Syfy Announces New Lineup Including Returns of “Resident Alien” and “Chucky” (TV News Roundup)

With more than a year left before reaching their target planet, a lack of life-sustaining supplies and loss of leadership, the remaining crew must adapt and persevere to stay on course and survive. The series stars Christie Burke, Richard Fleeshman, Reece Ritchie, Stacey Read and Ryan Adams. "The Ark" is a space-set survival drama from writer Dean Devlin that takes place 100 years in the future. In this world, planetary colonization missions have become a necessity to help secure the survival of the human race. Dean Devlin and Jonathan Glassner are co-showrunners and executive producers alongside Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan-Wilson of Electric Entertainment. Jonathan English of Balkanic Media and Steve Lee serve as producers. The first of these missions, set aboard a spacecraft known as Ark One, encounters a catastrophic event causing massive destruction.
Eve Stewart. The new Syfy original film "Bring It On: Cheer or Die” follows a cheer squad on Halloween at a secret practice they organized at a nearby abandoned school. Tony Gonzalez also returns as choreographer. Tony Gonzalez of the "Bring it On" franchise co-produces the film alongside C. The night takes a turn, though, when their teammates start disappearing one by one. The film is written by Rebekah McKendry and Dana Schwartz  from a story by Alyson Fouse. It is executive produced by Armyan Bernstein and Charlie Lyons from Beacon partners, and Griff Furst acts as producer.
Timed to the network's 30th anniversary, Syfy has announced a new crop of programs including two new scripted original series, an original film and returning shows. New series include “Reginald the Vampire" and "The Ark,” while back for more are “Chucky,” “Resident Alien” and “SurrealEstate."
It is produced by Great Pacific Media, Modern Story Company, December Films and Cineflix Studios and executive produced by Harley Peyton, Jeremiah Chechik, Todd Berger, Lindsay Macadam, Brett Burlock and Peter Emerson. Andres tumbles into a world populated by beautiful, fit and vain vampires as an unlikely hero who will have to navigate numerous obstacles along the way, from forbidden love to bullying to a vampire chieftain who wants him dead. "Reginald the Vampire," a dramedy based on Johnny B. Fortunately, Andres discovers he has a few unrecognized powers of his own. The series also stars Mandela Van Peebles and Em Haine. Truant’s “Fat Vampire” book series, stars MCU veteran Jacob Batalon as Reginald Andres.
The deal was negotiated by FilmRise global content acquisitions VP Jonitha Keymoore and Marc Lieberman, president of Above Average. FilmRise will distribute the newly formatted series to digital platforms, its AVOD app and FAST channels. New York-based studio and streaming network FilmRise is teaming up with Lorne Michaels to stream TV episodes featuring comedy scketches from his Above Average library. FilmRise will initially release two season worth of content this July, featuring comedy sketches from talent such as Paul Rudd, Tina Fey, Ellen DeGeneres, Amy Poehler and Andy Samberg.
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Finally, the network announced that “Resident Alien” and “Chucky” will return with new episodes later this year. “Chucky,” which is executive produced by Don Mancini, will be simulcast on USA Network for its second consecutive season. Additionally, the paranormal drama series “SurrealEstate” will return with its second season in 2023.
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