It's starring the chick from 'John From Cincinnati' (yes, I liked that show; so sue me), and Eric Balfour, who's like the kiss of death to a TV series. But if it's lame enough, it'll find enough viewers on SyFy to survive. It's only the occasional good, serious, adult-oriented science fiction effort that fails to find an audience there.
Their most popular series aren't the stellar and acclaimed BSG or the shamefully discarded 'Charlie Jade'; it's 'Warehouse 13', a pale imitation of what 'The Lost Room' could have been, and 'Eureka', and ghost hunting shows, and schlock "D" movies and, of course, rasslin'. They are what they are, and quality sci-fi isn't something they're terribly interested in.