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  • Syfy's 'Almighty Johnsons' an amiable take on Norse gods

     Syfy's 'Almighty Johnsons' an amiable take on Norse gods
    In the fullness of time, in the country of New Zealand, it occurred to James Griffin and Rachel Lang that what their country needed was a television series in which four brothers and their cousin, who is really their grandfather, were the human incarnation of Norse gods. These gods had at some time in the far past crossed the rainbow bridge from Asgard to go among humans, who scared them off to the Antipodes, where their powers and godliness have been in decline ever since.
  • Kevin McAuliffe Joins Branded Entertainment Agency Brand Arc

    Kevin McAuliffe, the founder of Universal Television Networks' branded entertainment practice, has joined Brand Arc as managing director of the agency's New York office. "Kevin's strategic efforts for NBCU drove brand and network marketing goals and...

    Comic-Con 2014: Syfy to bring ‘Sharknado 2,’ ‘Dominion,’ ‘Helix’ stars

     
    “Sharknado 2: The Second One” may not officially touch down on the shoreline of New York until its official release […]

    TV Review: Syfy's 'The Almighty Johnsons'

    Occasionally, a lack of resources breeds ingenuity, and so it is with "The Almighty Johnsons," a Syfy import from New Zealand. The out-there premise -- four brothers, each of whom, upon his 21st birthday, acquires the powers of a different Norse god --...

    To Launch New Series, Sprout Lets Space Animals Invade Its Kiddie-Program Lineup

    Space travelers have invaded TV's kiddie-oriented Sprout network. Tykes viewing a recent broadcast of the animated series "Justin Time" on the NBCUniversal-owned outlet may have been surprised to see the actual show shrink into the center of the screen...