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The Asylum Wants Fans to Fund Bonus Scene for 'Sharknado 2'

The Asylum, the production company behind Sharknado and a slew of other Syfy films featuring nefarious creatures of unusual size, is seeking $50,000 to include a “bonus” scene in Sharknado 2: The Second One.

Syfy Announces 'Olympus' Mythology Drama Series

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DOMINION -- Pictured: (l-r) Christopher Egan as Alex Lannen, Alan Dale as Rysen, Anthony Stewart Head, Roxanne McKee as Claire Rysen -- (Photo by: Ilze Kitshoff/Syfy)DOMINION — Pictured: (l-r) Christopher Egan as Alex Lannen, Alan Dale as Rysen, Anthony Stewart Head, Roxanne McKee as Claire Rysen — (Photo by: Ilze Kitshoff/Syfy)Syfy announced in a press release today that it has picked up a new mythology drama series. The 13 one-hour episodes will premier in 2015, written and directed by Nick Willing, writer of the Syfy miniseries Tin Man, Alice, and Neverland.

New Frontiers: The Making of 'Defiance'

Photo by: Joe Pugliese/SyfyPhoto by: Joe Pugliese/SyfyAs television networks struggle to keep their audiences engaged, the Syfy channel has a solution—get viewers to play along. On April 15, Syfy will premier Defiance, a TV series about life on a futuristic, alien-inhabited Earth.

Monster's Ball: Paul Jones

Things that go bump in the night are Paul Jones’ specialty. Since 1988, the English expatriate has done makeup, creature design, and special effects for films ranging from Bride of Chucky to the Resident Evil franchise.

Creature Feature: Neville Page

Neville Page’s big break into behind-the-scenes Hollywood was even less likely than those competing on his show. After getting a degree in product design, Page co-founded an industrial design company in Culver City, California that specialized in creating children’s toys, wheelchairs, and sporting goods, amongst other things. In the mid ’90s, the company received a contract to develop Men In Black: Alien Attack, a ride for Universal Studios Florida.

Syfy

The cable home for all things science fiction, fantasy, and horror was conceived by Mitchell Rubenstein and Laurie Silvers in 1992 and was originally picked up by USA Networks. The channel, which underwent a rebranding from Sci Fi Channel to Syfy in 2009, has switched hands through several media sales since its inception, and in 2004 became part of NBC Universal.