Most people don’t realize there are plenty of great Syfy channel shows. Despite the channel’s longevity and some of the awesome shows it’s produced over the years, many get overlooked or ignored. And, sadly, all too often, Syfy is forced to cancel great tv shows that deserve a chance. From space operas to vampire adventures, they provide all kinds of mixed genre shows that tend to become cult classics. So, if you’re a science fiction fan and aren’t watching the Syfy channel, it might be time to give it a look. In the meantime, we’ll help you find the good ones. Here are 25 Most Watched Syfy Channel Shows You’ll Want To See.
The Dresden Files
While it only got one season, The Dresden Files still had its niche following and is considered one of the Syfy channel’s better shows. It’s based on the novels by Jim Butcher about a wizard that advertises in the yellow pages for his services.
More of a horror drama than science fiction, Superstition centers on the Hastings family, the only family that owns a funeral home in the town of La Rochelle, Georgia. Turns out, this family also offers “afterlife care” and deals heavily with the supernatural. It has modest ratings with an average viewership of 300,000 people.
Based on the famous character from Bram Stoker’s Dracula, this story follows Vanessa “Van” Helsing as she wakes up to find a world ruled by vampires. Only, she’s immune to their power and seeks to turn them back into humans. It’s moving to its third season and gets an average viewership of 400,000 people.
Based on the movie of the same name, this TV show is about James Cole as he’s sent back in time from the year 2043 to stop the Army of the 12 Monkeys from destroying the world. It’s been renewed several times and on average gets a viewership of 346,000 people.
This show is about a sci-fi action drama starring Aaron Ashmore, Luke Macfarlane, and Hannah John-Kamen and is about interplanetary bounty hunters sworn to be impartial as they track down their targets in the Quad. In its second season, it garnered favorable ratings with an average viewership of 600,000 people.