Van Helsing will premiere on Syfy on September 13. The new take on the Dracula mythology follows Vanessa Helsing, daughter of vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing, who is resurrected five years in the future to a world overrun by vampires.

The 13-episode series is produced by Nomadic Pictures (Fargo, Hell On Wheels). Neil LaBute (In the Company of Men, The Wicker Man remake) serves as writer/showrunner.

Kelly Overton (True Blood) stars alongside Jonathan Scarfe (Hell on Wheels), Christopher Heyerdahl (Stargate Atlantis), Paul Johansson (Mad Men), David Cubitt (Ray Donovan), and Tim Guinee (Stargate SG-1).

Van Helsing is a total re-imagination of a timeless brand, set in a world dominated and controlled by vampires. Vanessa Helsing is the last hope for survival, as she unknowingly awakens to discover she has a unique blood composition that makes her not only immune to vampires, but with the ability to turn a vampire human. With this secret weapon, Vanessa becomes a prime target for the vampires, while trying to save humanity.

Before this tournament, Noah Davis wrote about how the 2014 World Cup was going to be the end of an era for the USMNT. We would be waving good-bye to Landon Donovan, Tim Howard, and maybe Clint Dempsey, and we would be getting our first peek at Jürgen Klinsmann’s 2.0 squad.

Tuesday’s loss to Belgium pretty much delivered on both of those fronts. We saw the living legends leave it all out on the Salvador field, while a whole nation of soccer-watching fans was introduced to DeAndre Yedlin and Julian Green.

—  Chris Ryan