Syfy Cancels “Alphas”

After two seasons, Alphas is headed into retirement. Syfy has declined to renew the series for a third season.

“Syfy has decided not to renew Alphas for a third season. We’ve been proud to present this entertaining, high-quality series for two seasons and to work with an incredible ensemble of talented actors, producers and creatives as well as our partners at BermanBraun Television. We’d like to thank the show’s dedicated regular viewers for their tremendous support,” the network said in an official statement.

The second season ended in October. The series produced 24 episodes over two seasons.


  1. says

    What idiot at SyFy or NBC Universal made that dumb-ass decision? Why is it when a network gets a show that works they can it? What? Is Warehouse 13 or Being Human next? They are great shows too so why not axe them as well and feed us more so-called reality shit!

    • DanVzare says

      The original Being Human may as well get cancelled. All the original cast member are gone, and I didn’t even bother watching the most recent season because of it.

      As for the US verion of Being Human, it didn’t even hold a candle to the original when I watched it. I doubt it’s gotten any better.

  2. Alverant says

    Why should we bother watching and enjoying a genre show when chances are that it’s going to get canceled suddenly after getting abused by the network?

    What alternatives do we have? Seriously, do we have go to YouTube or something?

  3. waelse1 says

    Hate it, Alphas has gotten to be my favorite Syfy show, now we’ll never know how the cliffhanger gets resolved.
    Maybe Syfy wants to focus on shows from Canada where they only pay some of the cost (Continuum, Lost Girl). Alphas didn’t have great ratings so maybe it just couldn’t justify the cost.

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