Tomorrow night on Syfy will feature all-new episodes of Heroes of Cosplay and The Wil Wheaton Project. Check out sneak peeks below!

On The Wil Wheaton Project, airing at 9/8c, Wil makes fun of everything sci-fi pop culture! Find what is in store in for this week's episode in the teaser below. You must also check out a clip from episode three.

Then, on Heroes of Cosplay, airing 10/9c our heroes head to Oregon for the Wizard World convention. Check out a sneak peek below, when a hero faces a wardrobe malfunction. You should also check out cast's critiques of costumes from episode nine.

About The Wil Wheaton Project:

Syfy presents the 12-episode summer series, "The Wil Wheaton Project," a weekly topical comedy show hosted by actor, blogger and champion of geek culture Wil Wheaton. The 30-minute show offers a fast-paced, lighthearted exploration and celebration of all things within the realm of Science fiction and genre entertainment. The series premieres Tuesday, May 27 at 10PM ET/PT on Syfy.

Each week, Wil provides his insider point-of-view, sense of humor and genre expertise as he dissects the week's most popular and trending topics across Science fiction film, television and pop culture, video games, viral videos and news. Wil is on his feet for the rapid-fire half hour, delivering witty commentary on the things he knows and loves in this golden age of sci-pop culture. The result is a fun appreciation and celebration of fandom and all things Science fiction.

Wil Wheaton began acting in commercials at the age of seven, and by the age of ten had appeared in numerous television and film roles. In 1986, his critically acclaimed role in Rob Reiner's "Stand By Me" put him in the public spotlight. In 1987, Wil was cast as Wesley Crusher in the hit television series "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Recently, Wil has held recurring roles on Syfy's "Eureka," TNT's "Leverage" and CBS's "The Big Bang Theory." He played Axis of Anarchy leader Fawkes in Felicia Day's webseries, "The Guild," and currently hosts "Falling Skies: Second Watch" for TNT. Off-camera, he is the creator producer, and host of the wildly successful webseries Tabletop, which is currently in its second season. Tabletop was awarded the 2013 Diana Jones Award for Excellence in Gaming and the gold ENnie for Best Podcast at the 2013 Gen Con EN World RPG Awards. Wil was also awarded Best Host (taped) and the webiseries was honored as the Best Hosted Series (Pre-Recorded) at the 2013 IAWTV Awards.

Wil is also an author, blogger, podcaster, voice actor and widely-followed original Twitter user. Wil personally maintains a popular social media presence, and his frequently-cited Twitter account is followed by over 2.3 million people from all over the world. He has published a number of acclaimed books, among them: "Just A Geek, Dancing Barefoot" and "The Happiest Days of Our Lives." His latest book is "Memories of the Future Volume 1," a humorous and nostalgic episode guide of the first half of the first season of "Star Trek: The Next Generation." All of his books grew out of his award-winning weblog, which he personally created and maintains at WIL WHEATON dot NET. Wil is also widely recognized as one of the original celebrity bloggers, and is a respected voice in the blogging community.

"The Wil Wheaton Project" is a production of Pilgrim Studios. Craig Piligian and Mike Nichols ("Ghost Hunters") are executive producers.