Looking for a webseries about the zombie apocalypse? How about a comedy set in Purgatory or a show that mixes live action with hand-drawn animation? The latest trailer from SciFinal shows dozens of series sure to fix your scifi jones.
To those waiting decades to see Buck Rogers In The 25th Century's Gil Gerard and Erin Grey together again: Your patience has been rewarded! But this time, the onetime Buck is his own father in a new web-based Buck Rogers.
Could one of Joss Whedon's post-Dollhouse projects be a web series based on his Buffy Season Eight comics from Dark Horse? Sci Fi Wire seems to think so, and they're saying that casting is already underway.
Who knew that Dr. Horrible would turn out to be such a fruitful franchise? In addition to the official Sing-Along Blog, soundtrack and spin-off comics, there's now an unauthorized prequel on its way. And, yes, this one has songs too.
Superheroing meets middlemanagement in new webseries Captain Alpha Male, showing that even men of steel can have egos of glass. Or something.
Crimefighting is a stressful business. Is it really any surprise, then, that some superheroes turn to drugs to escape the pressure, and end up in Narcotics Anonymous as a result? Welcome to the world of webseries Sanctum.
It's not just fans who have reason to be grateful for the return of Battlestar Galactica last week; the show also brought the SciFi Channel television and internet supremacy for the day, as well.
Ah, Felix Gaeta. After so many years of wondering about your love life, we finally got to see it — and this being Battlestar Galactica, the fantasies were probably better. Spoilers for the webisodes ahead.
David Gerrold, famous for writing the "Trouble with Tribbles" Star Trek episode, also wrote an episode that included gay characters - but it was shot down by Paramount. Now you can watch it online.
For once, we don't have to report that Joss Whedon's Dollhouse TV series is in trouble... because this time, it's the webisode spin-off series that we're worried about.
Today SciFi is hosting the first of 10 Battlestar webisodes, focusing on what happened to Gaeta a few days after the fleet found what seems to be a bombed-out Earth.
In case you saw the pre-order appearance of Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog on Amazon over the weekend but haven't quite decided whether or not it's worth the $13.49 Amazon is asking for, then we'd like to introduce you to a man who can help with your decision. His name? Joss Whedon.