Oct 28, 2013 08:00 PMTV Network - Syfy
If you're thinking that it's been a long time since the last new episode of "Scare Tactics," you're absolutely correct. Oh yes, it's been just about a year since Syfy gave us a marathon of the first half of season five and now, we're getting the second half. Well, slightly less than half -- six of the 13 episodes that comprise the fifth season will air tonight. But, let us not concern ourselves with percentages, let us only worry about frights. Six episodes worth of frights is really not bad. Plus, Tracy Morgan is still hosting.
Oct 29, 2012TV Network - Syfy
As you know, this Wednesday is Halloween. Now, what better way could there be to celebrate the day before the day before Halloween than with seven new episodes of "Scare Tactics." No way. There is simply no better way to celebrate the day before the day before Halloween than with seven new episodes of "Scare Tactics." Tracy Morgan returns to host once more and if an episode title like 'Pregnant with a Mutant' can't make you watch a seven episode "Scare Tactics" marathon, we don't know what will. Did we mention that there are going to be seven new episodes tonight? Because there are totally going to be seven new episodes tonight.
Nov 21, 2011TV Network - Syfy
Tracy Morgan is one of those people whom we could watch on multiple television series quite happily. That is a good thing for us, because in addition to starring on "30 Rock," he hosts "Scare Tactics." No, he wasn't the first host of the series, but he is the current one and he makes the show a whole lot of fun. You see, the series needs to carefully balance the dichotomy between fear and funny, and Tracy makes sure to bring the funny, leaving only the fear for others to worry about. Watch and see how that bit is handled on the season finale.
Oct 10, 2011TV Network - Syfy
We tell you, here's a show whose concept we can really get behind. The concept is pretty simple -- scare the living daylights out of a friend or family member with the help of scaring professionals and have Tracy Morgan laugh back in the studio about it. This is the exact sort of thing we'd love to do, but we'd have to be the scarer, not the scaree. We don't think we could take being the scaree, it would probably give us a heart attack were we the scaree.