In the little town of Eureka, Secret Santa gifts are being passed out as Carter sinks his teeth into an out-of-this-world fruitcake. His thrilling palate experience is interrupted by a code 12 and immediately orders everyone to get down. He’ll have to put his holiday cheer on hold in order to once again put the town first. Find out what happens by watching the clip and tuning in on Tuesday, December 7th at 9/8c on Syfy.
Claudia goes to persuade Artie’s father to come back with her to see Artie. She has to think a little outside the box and tells him his son is dying. Fearing the worst and with Claudia saying she’s omitting more information forces Artie’s dad to join her. Meanwhile, Artie is off to tell Pete and Myka to cancel their trips because they have a new case in search of a familiar face around the holidays. Will it stop them from their own get-aways? Watch the clip and tune in on Tuesday, December 7th at 10/9c immediately following the Eureka episode on Syfy.
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Colin Ferguson answers questions and talks about the first ever Eureka holiday special on Tuesday, December 7 on Syfy.
You’ve done both acting and directing. What’s next for you? Anything else that you want to try out?
Colin Ferguson: I don’t know. I’d love to – no, I’d love to keep doing what I’m doing. I’m really enjoying the combination of it. I’m really enjoying being on both sides of the camera and hopefully I can continue to be on both sides of the camera.
I find that with directing you get in earlier, you can protect the story longer, get into more conversations about it and I find that really rewarding. So I’m actually really excited where things are and I hope it sort of stays as it is for a bit.
Tell us a bit about the Eureka holiday special.
Colin Ferguson: Yes, actually just on the previous question I got to say I’d like to start a show. That’s something that I’d like to do. I have a bunch of meetings and ideas and have been sort of talking about that, so I guess that’s new.
That’d be interesting to see something from the ground up. So I guess that’s what’s on the plate for me with that. As far as the Christmas episode goes it’s really, really fun.
People have said who have seen it – I haven’t seen the finished – with all the special effects in it. They say it’s the funniest episode we’ve done. It’s basically getting into the science of Christmas.
If there are reindeers who fly – if there are reindeers that can fly how did it happen? If there’s a sleigh that could fly how would it happen? How do you get around the world? It’s Eureka sort of attacking Christmas in a really fun way and it has a great ending to it.
The Syfy Channel new series Being Human (adapted from the British version) premieres Monday, January 17th at 9/8c. Starring Sam Witwer (Smallville), Meaghan Rath (The Assistants), Sam Huntington (Superman Returns) and Mark Pellegrino (Lost) – the show depicts the lives of three paranormal roommates: a vampire, werewolf, and a ghost, and their difficulties with living double lives.
Being Human – Season Premiere Trailer: “I Am Different”