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Talking With Nick Antosca About Channel Zero: The Dream Door

Channel Zero‘s new season, titled The Dream Door, debuts tonight on Syfy, and it just may turn out to be the creepiest season yet. It is based off the creepypasta “I Found a Hidden Door in My Celler” by Charlotte Bywater, and centers around a couple moving into a house and find an old door […]

DC Universe’s Titans and Swamp Thing Shared Universe “Not Mandated”

Now that Gotham‘s Crystal Reed and Channel Zero‘s Maria Sten are set to join DC Universe‘s Swamp Thing, series screenwriter Gary Dauberman (It: Chapter One) is giving us some insight into what fans can expect from the upcoming series. Written by Dauberman and Mark Verheiden, directed by Len Wiseman (The Gifted, Lucifer), and based on the DC Comics characters created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, the […]

Channel Zero’s Maria Sten Joins DC Universe’s ‘Swamp Thing’ Series

Less than a day after Gotham‘s Crystal Reed was cast as the female lead in DC Universe‘s Swamp Thing, the streaming service has cast Maria Sten (Channel Zero, Straight Outta Compton) as a series regular in the upcoming drama. Written by Mark Verheiden and Gary Dauberman, directed by Len Wiseman (The Gifted, Lucifer), and based on the DC Comics characters created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, the series is expected […]

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Watch Episode 1 of Syfy’s Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block

Syfy has posted the first episode of their third season of the horror anthology series, Channel Zero. The network has had success with the first two seasons of Channel Zero, the original horror anthology television series created by Nick Antosca, who serves as writer, showrunner, and executive producer. It was originally approved for two six-episode seasons, the first […]

All the Glorious Science Fiction TV You Can (and Should) Watch This Year

When we keep saying it’s going to be a strong year for science fiction television, there are some obvious reasons why. Sure, I’m going to include some not ‘hard’ sci-fi shows (like the superhero ones), it’s a seriously impressive lineup of watchable offerings in 2018. I’m going to start with the series that just hit […]

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Channel Zero Season 3: Syfy Releases Extended Trailer for Butcher’s Block

Syfy has released an extended trailer for their upcoming third season of the horror anthology series, Channel Zero. The network has had success with the first two seasons of Channel Zero, the original horror anthology television series created by Nick Antosca, who serves as writer, showrunner, and executive producer. It was originally approved for two six-episode seasons, […]

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Syfy Teases the Upcoming 3rd Season of Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block

Syfy has had success with the first two seasons of Channel Zero, the original horror anthology television series created by Nick Antosca, who serves as writer, showrunner, and executive producer. It was originally approved for two six-episode seasons, the first was Candle Cove which debuted in October of 2016. The second, No End House made […]

Channel Zero: No-End House

‘Channel Zero: No-End House’ Gets A Very Creepy Full Trailer

SyFy has released a full trailer for the second season of Channel Zero, called No-End House. The first season of the horror series was called Candle Cove and featured a series of nightmarish puppets and tied into a children’s television series and a group of missing kids. This new season is based on an internet […]

SDCC 2017: SyFy Sets ‘Galactica’ Reunion, Live Comic-Con Recaps

With only a little over two weeks to go before Comic-Con International descends upon the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC 2017), Syfy is planting its programming flag loudly and proudly at the mecca of pop culture with over 15 panels and events schedule over the course of the four days. SyFy won’t just be bringing […]

Channel Zero: No-End House Trailer Drops As Candle Cove Concludes

Channel Zero is very unique as series go. The Syfy series wrapped up it’s first season… Candle Cove… last night and we already have a trailer for season 2 which will be called No-End House. The six-episode season / anthology format allowed for production on season 2 two begin before season 1 had finished. The […]

Channel Zero Makes Creepiest Kids Show Ever

Channel Zero on Syfy is about a series of abductions that took place while a horribly creepy children’s show called Candle Cover aired in the 1980’s. Now Syfy has released an episode of Candle Cove… and I’ve got to say that if I’d seen that when I was in my early years… I’d be freaked […]

Do You See Something Behind Me? – More Teasers For Channel Zero: Candle Cove

Syfy has released some more teasers for their upcoming series Channel Zero: Candle Cove. The little girl starring off into nothing is a little creepy… the due made of teeth is a lot of creepy. The series is about a child psychologist (Paul Schneider) returning to his home town to look into the disappearance of his twin brother and other […]


Channel Zero Gets First Official Trailer

Syfy has released the first trailer for their upcoming series Channel Zero. The new series from Max Landis and Nick Antosca recently had their second season leads announced prior to the first season even airing. Channel Zero: Candle Cove focuses on a child psychologist (Paul Schneider) who returns to the small town where he grew up to look into […]

Syfy Casts Lead For Season 2 Of Channel Zero Before Season 1 Airs

Syfy hasn’t even aired the first season of their new horror anthology series Channel Zero and they’ve already tapped the star and given a title for season 2. Channel Zero: Candle Cove debuts on September 27th as part of a two season pick-up deal that will now be followed by Channel Zero: The No-End House. […]

Cyberpunk’s Influence On Brian Wood’s Channel Zero And The Couriers

By Bart Bishop Graphic novelist Brian Wood’s Channel Zero (2000) and The Couriers (2003) fuse baroque sequential art with misanthropic prose. Wood’s surface influences of “punk rock” and cyberpunk are demonstrated in his aesthetic choices, utilizing the zine methodologies of early “underground” comic books and punk magazines and taking clear visual inspiration from the works […]