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SyFy Channel to premiere new series 'The Wil Wheaton Project'

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Who better to host a TV show about geeks than Wil Wheaton? The answer is, of course, nobody. Best known as Wesley Crusher from Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wheaton is far more than just an actor. He happens to be a very popular author, blogger, podcaster, voice actor, and beloved voice of geeks worldwide. Tuesday nights will never be the same as Wheaton takes over the TV screens with his new SyFy Network’s TV series The Wil Wheaton Project that premieres Tuesday May 27 at 10/9c. This new SyFy show is sure to be a summer hit with geeks worldwide as Wheaton will spend 30 minutes a week discussing and sometimes ripping apart the latest TV shows, films, and other geek related genre. In a recent interview he states that he has been a fan of science fiction ever since he can remember. True to his passion for all things geek, Wheaton will discuss everything people love about Sci-fi. He will praise it, make fun of it, and discuss what is on all minds of fellow geeks.

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Born in 1972 this beloved actor was part of the Star Wars generation and fell in love with Sci-Fi with his first memory of reading Marvel comics’ adaptation of the movie Alien. In a recent interview promoting The Wil Wheaton Project, he spills a rant starting with "Seriously, what was the last episode of Battlestar Galactica about? I don't have time to talk to you about your train wreck. I'm still getting over Firefly." No doubt geeks will be turning in to Wil Wheaton’s new show starting Tuesday.

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