Yesterday, Eureka brought its five-season journey to a close. The finale gave us callbacks and cameos galore, happy endings for all the townspeople, and one last chance for Sheriff Carter to be the big dumb hero. Basically, it was perfect.
After five seasons and seventy seven episodes, it’s time to say goodbye to Eureka . Facing the closure of the town by the Department of Defense, the folks of Eureka are beginning to pack up and wonder what to do next. When wormholes suddenly appear threa more
It is with a heavy heart and a few tears in my eyes that I write the sendoff for Eureka. After 77 incredible episodes we say goodbye to our favorite small town in " Just Another Day ."
I was so glad to see that so many people made an appearance; starti more
"Eureka" showrunner Jaime Paglia calls his series finale, "Just Another Day," a "love letter to fans." So did you feel the love?We sure did -- especially if you are measuring by tears and goosebumps. Maybe the best line of the evening came from amnesiac H more
Six years ago a little show called Eureka premiered on Syfy. And
since that day it has blossomed into a truly brilliant, underappreciated
gem. The show follows a town created by the government and filled with
super geniuses to create the most advanc more
Yesterday's Eureka found Allison, Fargo, and Zane as the only ones left to stop a complete takeover by bio-printed replicants. The episode taught one very clear, terrifying lesson — you do not want to mess with evil clone Sheriff Carter.
I imagine that the pitch meeting for " Double Take " started with, “ We've done zombies, now we are going to do body snatchers! ” Because, this week’s episode had all the things you would look for in a suspenseful body snatching story. A few examples are more
Tonight’s penultimate Eureka brings us the exciting end to the doppelganger storyline that started during last week’s “Mirror, Mirror”. Evil Holly and rest of the duplicates slowly assimilate other Eurekans and plug them into the Matrix from earlier t more