The fantasy horror will continue in 2019.
December 18, 2018
Syfy announced today that Van Helsing has been picked up for a fourth season. The good news comes with two episodes remaining in the vampire hunting drama's third season, which will conclude just before the new year on December 28.
The cable network has ordered another 13 episodes for Season 4, matching the length of each of the show's first three seasons. Jonathan Walker, who writes and executive-produces the series, will take over as showrunner going forward, replacing Neil LaBute.
Van Helsing is a re-imagining of the perennial Dracula brand that follows the resurrection of Vanessa Helsing, a descendent of the legendary Van Helsing lineage of warriors, and her quest to lead mankind against a world controlled by vampires in the post-Rising landscape.
03/23/19 at 04:48pm
All viewers should have my mind set, networks don't care about the viewers, so don't care about the networks. Watch their product but don't give them all your time and always be ready to move on to the next show. Because for them its ail ways about the money, never about the viewer.
01/20/19 at 00:42am
I also enjoyed the first season but was disappointed when it started doing what twd does. It's not right to go weeks without seeing characters, it makes it hard to follow and I decided to stop watching live, not worth my time. Shame. Why bother doing a tv show if your going to disrespect what tv entertainment is all about.
12/29/18 at 11:24am
This show has a good ensemble cast and it tied them all together. It does mean that your attention can't handle it though if you do not see them together for a few weeks though. The ending of this season was pretty crazy with sam becoming a monster elder thing. Can this make it to season five? Few scy fy shows do anymore. The magicians may though.
12/25/18 at 01:53am
I watched the first two seasons. It started out interesting when it was set in a barricaded hospital in Seattle but after it "broke out" the plot started wandering all over the place. Characters disappeared and then reappeared many episodes later making it hard to follow. It also became a lot more mystical with a made up mythology that nobody cared about.
It's just another of the dingy, cheap-to-produce apocalyptic series that SyFy foists off on us as "science fiction". Meanwhile they cancel innovative SF series such as "The Expanse".
12/22/18 at 00:21am
this show suffers from the same thing as the walking dead. some episodes feature a couple characters, then you don't see them for a week or two. then it has episodes with minor characters who have not been around since last season. also, when your title character is one of the least interesting, you got a problem. keeping this over the expanse or dark matter is just wrong. I do like axel and scarlett.
12/19/18 at 03:29pm
Totally love it am glad SyFy did this early. I hate when networks make you wait and wait and wait. Looking forward to Season 4 and beyond.
12/19/18 at 05:48am
This is great news few horror or sci fi shows get thar far.