Syfy continues its expansion into the reality space with a series order to another unscripted project, Dream Machines. Additionally, the cable network has renewed two reality series: Hollywood Treasure for six episodes and Haunted Collector for 12. All three shows are expected to air during the second quarter of 2012. Dream Machines, which has received a six-episode pickup, follows Florida-based brothers Marc and Shannon Parker, who take fantastical vehicles only seen in movies and TV shows — including The Dark Night’s Bat Pod and Tron‘s Light Cycle — and engineer them into real, drivable machines for celebrities, collectors and themselves. Triage Entertainment is producing, with Steve Kroopnick and Stu Schreiberg executive producing.
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