Tag Archives: Syfy

Lost Girl – [Diana] Geeks Out!

Right around the time I started watching Being Human on SyFy, Lost Girl premiered as well. I saw a few episodes during it’s first season and enjoyed it, but stopped watching because I was mainly hooked on Being Human.

A few months ago I decided to binge watch all past 4 seasons, and am so glad I did. I forgot how much I truly liked the show, and now more so than before (which I have credited to my age). It’s got this salacious bisexual succubus named Bo, her hilarious sidekick Kenzi, a shapeshifter/wolf of an ex-boyfriend Dyson, her on/off again girlfriend (and doctor) Lauren, her bar-running/owner grandfather Trick, and a slew of other amazing characters/actors that make this show one of a kind, with an eclectic musical playlist to match. In it’s last season this year, I wanted to pay homage by dedicating this geek out to the glory that is this show.

Check out what I’ve got to gush about, but I must warn you, there may be spoilers, though I try hard not to reveal too much.

E[G] Drinking Game S3 E02 – Eureka S1 & 2


This week on the Educating [Geeks] drinking game podcast geek hosts Andrea, Cassie and Krissy create rules for the first two seasons of the SyFy original series Eureka. Krissy starts things off with a mini game and everyone has something to say about Fargo.

Geek [Supplies] – 12 Monkeys

Welcome to Geek [Supplies] where we help you find all the info you need about the Army of the 12 Monkeys. We found some great gear related to the 1995 film, so come on in and take a look.

TCA 2015 Winter Tour Recap: Genre series premieres, renewals and more


With the second half of the 2014-2015 television season well underway and the 2015 Television Critics Assn. Winter Press Tour concluded, we here at All About TV are happy to give you a rundown of the geeky details.

Which genre shows are coming back for another round this fall? Which shows are being given a stay of execution? (For now.) Check out the state of your favorite new and returning series below.

All About [TV] – Summer Genre TV wraps up in time for Fall TV season: What did you watch?

I don’t know about anyone else, but as far as television watching goes, I wasn’t very productive. There were just too many options and not enough time, which is something I’ll probably continue to lament in years to come given how many options we have now.

It’s not a bad problem to have as far as scripted television is concerned, but still mildly overwhelming as a viewer. The fact that so many serialized projects are in the works for the next 18 months and the fact that these shows are being filmed all over North America is definitely an interesting trend to track.