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  1. In April, the SyFy channel announced they ordered a ten-episode season based on James S.A. Corey's sci-fi series, The Expanse. Corey is the pen name of co-authors Daniel Abraham, an excellent fantasy writer, and Ty Franck, who served as George R.R. Martin's assistant for a number of years. I think the first season is going to correspond with the first novel in the series, Leviathan Wakes. It's a big book with a lot of plot, so ten episodes seems right. I just finished the second book in the series, Caliban's War. I loved both it and Leviathan Wakes. The books fit into the space opera mold,
  2. Lev Grossman's novel The Magicians is being developed for Syfy. http://m.deadline.com/2014/07/magicians-pilot-syfy-drama-series-lev-grossman-books/ I hope the TV version will tone down the mopey-ness. Otherwise, I'm intrigued.
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    Hollywood Reporter: Sounds kind of like that one episode of The X-Files, or John Carpenter's The Thing. Link to Ronald D. Moore's other SyFy series, Battlestar Galactica.
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