News: Syfy Gets New Logo And Reboot - Announces Pick Up Of Superman Prequel Krypton And The Graphic Novel Happy!

Syfy is changing up its logo for the first time since it was the Sci Fi Channel in 2009, just ahead of its 25th anniversary in September. The logo isn't the only change, as it will be expanding its news division Syfy Wire and adding more original programming. Chris McCumber, President, Entertainment Networks for NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment said that:

“I can think of no better occasion than SYFY’s 25th anniversary to get back to our roots, double down on premium original programming, and put fans at the center of everything we do. As the only television network dedicated to the genre 24/7, we’re building the ultimate universe for this passionate community to call home.”

They will be expanding the editorial division of Syfy Wire, hoping for it to be the genre equivalent of E! News. They also announced that several original series have been greenlit the superman prequel Krypton, written by David S. Goyer. It also picked up the adaptation of Grant Morrison's graphic novel Happy!, about a corrupt ex-cop (Christopher Meloni) turned hit-man and his imaginary blue winged horse (Bobby Moynihan). Syfy also agreed to develop George R.R. Martin's supernatural novella Nightflyers, which joins the previously announced projects Brave New World, from Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television, and Hyperion being developed with Bradley Cooper, Graham King and Todd Phillips.They also released images for Krypton and Happy!, which are below.