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Welcome To ParadoxWelcome To Paradox

Welcome to Paradox is a provocative sci-fi anthology series. All episodes are based on short stories by renowned sf writers and adapted for TV screening. To create a common background for the separate stories, they are set in the futuristic city of Betaville (a nod to Jean-Luc Goddard's classic sf movie Alphaville). Each episode is introduced by a host character called Paradox. Betaville is an utopian city where crime, violence, disease and other problems of society no longer exist. But all this has a dark side: virtual reality is taking over real life, people are struggling to keep control over their near-perfect machines and their own humanity.


Black ScorpionBlack Scorpion

After her father is shot by a crooked district attorney, Angel City police Detective Darcy Walker takes to the streets to dispense vigilante justice in the guise of the Black Scorpion.


Hell DenHell Den

Hell Den mixes original animation and re-dubbed cartoons in a deliciously warped and hilarious brew of social satire, musical parody, and good ol' fashioned juvenile humor.


Beast LegendsBeast Legends

Mystical monsters will be studied and debunked in this new reality series.


School SpiritsSchool Spirits

When most people hear the phrase "school spirit," they think of cheering on a school's sports teams. When people on the reality series "School Spirits" hear the phrase, they think of ghosts and other types of paranormal activity. The series travels to schools across the country to reveal first-hand accounts of paranormal activity as experienced by students, teachers, parents and staff members on the campuses. Bone-chilling re-enactments of the narratives help to bring the hauntings to life for viewers. Prolific reality-TV producer Mark Burnett ("Survivor") serves as an executive producer on the hourlong series.


Collection InterventionCollection Intervention
SyFy, 2012 | Reality

In this series, former Head of Special Collections at Christie's Elyse Luray helps couples, families and individuals whose pop-culture memorabilia collections - from Star Wars and Battlestar Galactica to Catwoman and Barbie - have become damaging obsessions, creating financial strife and a huge strain on their lives. In each of the six hour-long episodes, Elyse will create a strategy that helps these collectors curate and showcase their collection by assessing where the true value lies and then allow them to decide what's worth keeping and what they can sell. These massive collections include dining rooms stuffed with 30,000 comic books, a garage filled to the rafters with Catwoman memorabilia, and an almost uninhabitable house filled with Transformers. For each collector, parting with some of their collection may free up some much needed space in their home, provide a cash windfall to get out of debt, or even just allow a couple to become more focused on their relationship.


Estate of PanicEstate of Panic
SyFy, 2008 | Action, Thriller, Horror, Reality
Rating: 1/5

This Sci-Fi reality competition captures the conflict between seven people racing to find millions of dollars at an estate.


Cha$eCha$e

In this Sci Fi reality competition series a group of contestants are pitted against each other in an effort to win a cash prize while being stalked by "hunters". Based on a Japanese show, this stressful series has contestants earning winnings for each minute they stay alive.


Foxy & Co.Foxy & Co.

Popular former Face Off contestant Eric Fox (aka Foxy) is taking on Hollywood with his charmingly sinister personality and characteristic good humor. Foxy appeared on season four of Face Off and became an immediate fan favorite thanks to his original style, wild imagination and mad-scientist-like creations. This all-new special follows Foxy as he opens up his very own creature effects shop with the help of fellow former Face Off contestants Nicole Chilelli, RJ Haddy and Roy Wooley.


Good vs EvilGood vs Evil

A reporter, Chandler Smythe discovers that there are secret demons-Morlocks-among us. He's recruited by a heavenly institution, the Corps, to kill Morlocks and save their victims, who trade away their souls to get their heart's desires. Teaming up with Chandler is Henry McNeil, a man who has been with the Corps since the 70s. Together, Chandler and Heavenly kick Hell's butt and save sinners.