The drama has been the cabler’s top show in the demo for the past three seasons.
The Magicians is staying put at Syfy.
The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has renewed the drama for a fourth season of 13 episodes set to return in 2019.
Currently airing its third season, the Universal Cable Productions effort is Syfy’s top scripted series among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic over the past three years.
The drama stars Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve and Olivia Taylor Dudley and is based on the best-selling novels by Lev Grossman about a group of twenty-something friends who discover their magical abilities and ward off evil. John McNamara, Sera Gamble, Chris Fisher, Henry Alonso Myers and Groundswell Productions’ Michael London and Janice Williams executive produce.
The Magicians is part of a scripted roster at Syfy that also includes the forthcoming final season of 12 Monkeys, Channel Zero, The Expanse, Killjoys, Van Helsing, Wynonna Earp, Superstition, Happy, Krypton, The Purge and Nightflyers.
Source : hollywoodreporter.com
Syfy has set Season 2 premiere dates for its hit drama series The Magicians
and The Expanse
. The Magicians
will premiere on Wednesday, January 25 at 9 PM, and The Expanse
will kick off Wednesday February 8 at 10 PM with a double-episode premiere.
Source : deadline.com
The Orchard has announced that the company has acquired director Chadd Harbold’s narrative feature Long Nights Short Mornings
. The 2016 SXSW drama stars Shiloh Fernandez, Addison Timlin, Natalia Dyer, Stella Maeve and Helen Rogers. The film “is an examination of the romantic life of a young man in New York City and his sometimes fleeting, sometimes profound experiences with the women he encounters.”
The Orchard, which owns all English-speaking digital and ancillary distribution rights to the film, plans a digital and VOD released in the first quarter of 2017. It will have its New York Premiere on October 5 as part of NewFilmmakers NY, the longest running screening series in the city, held at the Anthology Film Archives.
Source : indiewire.com