Syf's Most Dangerous Night of Television debuts disaster flick, End of the World, tonight @ 9pm.
Fanboys of disaster movies take center stage tonight in Syfy's newest Saturday Original Movie, End of the World (Directed by Steven R. Munroe, The 12 Disasters of Christmas) premiering @ 9pm.
Greg Grunberg (Heroes, Alias), Neil Grayston (Eureka), Mark Hildreth (V, The Tudors), Caroline Cave (Cra$h & Burn) and Brad Dourif (Lord of the Rings, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest) star as plasma rain kills indiscriminately and threatens the planet with just a trio of friends standing in its way.
Can the encyclopedic fanboy knowledge of a pair of small town sci-fi fans save the world? Check out Syfy's Most Dangerous Night of Television tonight to find out.
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