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morjana
September 5th, 2004, 11:34 AM
From SciFi Channel:

http://www.scifi.com/onair/specials/


SUMMER FINALES: STARGATE SG-1 & STARGATE ATLANTIS
Two teams ... two galaxies ... two must-see summer finales! The Stargate SG-1 team prepares to face its greatest enemy's insidious "End Game," while in another galaxy, the crew of Stargate Atlantis has to batten down the hatches and prepare to weather "The Storm."

Don't miss these stunning chapters in the Stargate saga — because after this, nothing will ever be the same....

Stargate SG-1 Summer Finale: Friday, Sept. 17, at 9PM ET/PT

Stargate Atlantis Summer Finale: Friday, Sept. 17, at 10PM ET/PT



NEW ORIGINAL SEASON OF ANDROMEDA ON SCI FI!

SCI FI presents the all-new fifth season of Andromeda! Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) stars as Captain Dylan Hunt, and Brandy Ledford (The Invisible Man) joins the cast as the new avatar of his ship, the Andromeda Ascendant. If you thought the adventure was over, think again — it's only just begun....

Season Five begins Friday, Sept. 24
New Episodes every Friday at 7PM ET/PT


ANDROMEDA TUESDAYS

Whether you're new to Andromeda or a longtime fan who just can't get enough of Captain Dylan Hunt and company, our Tuesday-night blocks of classic Andromeda episodes are just what you've been waiting for! Catch up on the first four seasons of Gene Roddenberry's visionary action-adventure series, then come back on Fridays to watch all-new Season Five episodes, premiering only on SCI FI!

Tuesdays from 7PM – 11PM ET/PT, starting Sept. 28



SCI FI PREMIERE: BEASTMASTER

BeastMaster, based on André Norton's novel The Beast Master, chronicles the adventures of Dar, the last surviving male of the storied Sula tribe, who is blessed with the ability to communicate telepathically with the animals of his ancient world. Also endowed with the strength, courage and fighting skills of a great warrior, he uses his gifts to defend all living creatures oppressed by the forces of evil.

Monday – Friday at 5PM ET/PT, starting Sept. 27



SCI FI PICTURES WORLD PREMIERE: DARKLIGHT (LBX)

Shiri Appleby (TV's Roswell), Richard Burgi (The Sentinel, the SCI FI Pictures original Decoys), John de Lancie (Q from the Star Trek franchise) and David Hewlett (Stargate Atlantis, Cube) star in this action drama about an ancient demoness who unwittingly holds the key to preventing the release of a plague that could destroy all human life.

Premieres Saturday, Sept. 18, at 9PM ET/PT


SCI FI PREMIERE: MONKEY SHINES: AN EXPERIMENT IN FEAR

A quadriplegic regains his sense of hope when he is given an experimental, genetically engineered monkey trained to obey his every wish and help him live independently. Unfortunately, it's not long before the animal takes on a murderous mind of its own — and begins to act out his master's repressed rage toward those around him. George A. Romero, who revolutionized movie horror with his classic Night of the Living Dead, directed this suspenseful feature.

Premieres Sunday, Sept. 5, at 9:30PM ET/PT


SCI FI PREMIERE: THE PHANTOM

The masked hero of Lee Falk's long-running comic strip springs into action as he travels from Africa to New York City in order to battle a wealthy madman with a plot to rule the world. And those are the best kinds of wealthy madmen. This live-action, family-friendly adventure stars Billy Zane (Titanic, the SCI FI Pictures original Silent Warnings) as the titular hero, along with Treat Williams (Prince of the City, Deep Rising), Kristy Swanson (the big-screen Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Oscar-winner Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago, The Mask of Zorro).

Premieres Saturday, Sept. 11, at 9PM ET/PT



SCI FI PREMIERE: ESCAPE FROM L.A.

In 2013, after Los Angeles has become a sealed-off penal colony for society's worst criminals, amoral adventurer Snake Plissken is smuggled into the prison by top government officials in order to recover a doomsday device. Kurt Russell (the movie Stargate) returns as Snake in director John Carpenter's follow-up to his Escape from New York. Stacy Keach (John Carpenter Presents Body Bags), Steve Buscemi (Armageddon), Bruce Campbell (Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy) and Pam Grier (Friday Foster, Foxy Brown, Ghosts of Mars) also star.

Premieres Saturday, Sept. 25, at 9PM ET/PT



SCI FI MARATHONS

First, get ready this Labor Day weekend for a full day on terra incognita as we present our Planet of the Apes marathon — all five films in widescreen, including the original 1968 classic! Read an exclusive SCIFI.COM essay by Planet of the Apes Revisited co-author Larry Landsman. Then spend Labor Day itself touring The Outer Limits, with a work-themed marathon of 10 of the award-winning modern episodes. Finally, hang on to your hat as you go globetrotting through all three Indiana Jones films, as Indy (Harrison Ford) tears through South America, Nepal, Egypt, China, India, the American Southwest, Italy and the Middle East. Bring your passports, 'cause this is going to be one wild ride!

Planet of the Apes Marathon
Sunday, Sept. 5, from 9AM – 7:30PM ET/PT

The Outer Limits Marathon
Monday, Sept. 6, from 8AM – 6PM ET/PT

The Indiana Jones Trilogy
Saturday, September 18, from 1PM – 9PM ET/PT
Sunday, Sept. 19, from 9AM – 5PM ET/PT



SCI FI CLASSICS

Get your daily block of blockbusters! We're encoring some of the biggest and best SF series from the '70s, '80s and beyond — in big, EIGHT-HOUR marathons, every weekday from 8AM to 4PM ET/PT! Catch up on the classics and fill in the gaps in your SF viewing with these not-to-be-missed shows! Look for your favorites below:


Amazing Stories
Tuesday, Sept. 21

Battlestar Galactica (1970s)
Tuesday, Sept. 28

Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction
Friday, Sept. 10

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Monday, Sept. 27

Farscape (LBX)
Thursday, Sept. 16

Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Wednesday, Sept. 29

Night Visions
Tuesday, Sept. 7

The Outer Limits (1960s)
Thursday, Sept. 9

Quantum Leap
Friday, Sept. 24

Roar
Friday, Sept. 17

Roswell
Thursday, Sept. 13

The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne
Wednesday, Sept. 15

Sliders
Monday, Sept. 20

Star Trek
Wednesday, Sept. 8
Tuesday, Sept. 14
Wednesday, Sept. 22
Thursday, Sept. 30

Timecop
Thursday, Sept. 23



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Morjana

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DownFallAngel
September 5th, 2004, 01:15 PM
So in other words, nothing to watch.

Tsk tsk tsk. So sad.

I'm just waiting for FARSCAPE and BSG(N).

Mio
September 5th, 2004, 01:18 PM
So in other words, nothing to watch.

Tsk tsk tsk. So sad.

I'm just waiting for FARSCAPE and BSG(N). You're ignoring the 2 eps of Stargate SG-1 And Stargate Atlantis <g>

Only 4 45 minute new episodes left until next year.

ARGH! <reaches out to his monitor, hoping to strangle the guy who decided to put the break in>

DownFallAngel
September 5th, 2004, 01:23 PM
I did no such thing. I was talking about the summer/fall without SG1/SGA. We all know SG1/SGA is holding SciFi alive. But until BSG and FARSCAPE come along, we have nothing to watch.

LordAnubis
September 6th, 2004, 06:00 AM
From SciFi Channel:

http://www.scifi.com/onair/specials/


SUMMER FINALES: STARGATE SG-1 & STARGATE ATLANTIS
Two teams ... two galaxies ... two must-see summer finales! The Stargate SG-1 team prepares to face its greatest enemy's insidious "End Game," while in another galaxy, the crew of Stargate Atlantis has to batten down the hatches and prepare to weather "The Storm."

Don't miss these stunning chapters in the Stargate saga — because after this, nothing will ever be the same....

Stargate SG-1 Summer Finale: Friday, Sept. 17, at 9PM ET/PT

Stargate Atlantis Summer Finale: Friday, Sept. 17, at 10PM ET/PT



NEW ORIGINAL SEASON OF ANDROMEDA ON SCI FI!

SCI FI presents the all-new fifth season of Andromeda! Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) stars as Captain Dylan Hunt, and Brandy Ledford (The Invisible Man) joins the cast as the new avatar of his ship, the Andromeda Ascendant. If you thought the adventure was over, think again — it's only just begun....

Season Five begins Friday, Sept. 24
New Episodes every Friday at 7PM ET/PT


ANDROMEDA TUESDAYS

Whether you're new to Andromeda or a longtime fan who just can't get enough of Captain Dylan Hunt and company, our Tuesday-night blocks of classic Andromeda episodes are just what you've been waiting for! Catch up on the first four seasons of Gene Roddenberry's visionary action-adventure series, then come back on Fridays to watch all-new Season Five episodes, premiering only on SCI FI!

Tuesdays from 7PM – 11PM ET/PT, starting Sept. 28



SCI FI PREMIERE: BEASTMASTER

BeastMaster, based on André Norton's novel The Beast Master, chronicles the adventures of Dar, the last surviving male of the storied Sula tribe, who is blessed with the ability to communicate telepathically with the animals of his ancient world. Also endowed with the strength, courage and fighting skills of a great warrior, he uses his gifts to defend all living creatures oppressed by the forces of evil.

Monday – Friday at 5PM ET/PT, starting Sept. 27



SCI FI PICTURES WORLD PREMIERE: DARKLIGHT (LBX)

Shiri Appleby (TV's Roswell), Richard Burgi (The Sentinel, the SCI FI Pictures original Decoys), John de Lancie (Q from the Star Trek franchise) and David Hewlett (Stargate Atlantis, Cube) star in this action drama about an ancient demoness who unwittingly holds the key to preventing the release of a plague that could destroy all human life.

Premieres Saturday, Sept. 18, at 9PM ET/PT


SCI FI PREMIERE: MONKEY SHINES: AN EXPERIMENT IN FEAR

A quadriplegic regains his sense of hope when he is given an experimental, genetically engineered monkey trained to obey his every wish and help him live independently. Unfortunately, it's not long before the animal takes on a murderous mind of its own — and begins to act out his master's repressed rage toward those around him. George A. Romero, who revolutionized movie horror with his classic Night of the Living Dead, directed this suspenseful feature.

Premieres Sunday, Sept. 5, at 9:30PM ET/PT


SCI FI PREMIERE: THE PHANTOM

The masked hero of Lee Falk's long-running comic strip springs into action as he travels from Africa to New York City in order to battle a wealthy madman with a plot to rule the world. And those are the best kinds of wealthy madmen. This live-action, family-friendly adventure stars Billy Zane (Titanic, the SCI FI Pictures original Silent Warnings) as the titular hero, along with Treat Williams (Prince of the City, Deep Rising), Kristy Swanson (the big-screen Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Oscar-winner Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago, The Mask of Zorro).

Premieres Saturday, Sept. 11, at 9PM ET/PT



SCI FI PREMIERE: ESCAPE FROM L.A.

In 2013, after Los Angeles has become a sealed-off penal colony for society's worst criminals, amoral adventurer Snake Plissken is smuggled into the prison by top government officials in order to recover a doomsday device. Kurt Russell (the movie Stargate) returns as Snake in director John Carpenter's follow-up to his Escape from New York. Stacy Keach (John Carpenter Presents Body Bags), Steve Buscemi (Armageddon), Bruce Campbell (Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy) and Pam Grier (Friday Foster, Foxy Brown, Ghosts of Mars) also star.

Premieres Saturday, Sept. 25, at 9PM ET/PT



SCI FI MARATHONS

First, get ready this Labor Day weekend for a full day on terra incognita as we present our Planet of the Apes marathon — all five films in widescreen, including the original 1968 classic! Read an exclusive SCIFI.COM essay by Planet of the Apes Revisited co-author Larry Landsman. Then spend Labor Day itself touring The Outer Limits, with a work-themed marathon of 10 of the award-winning modern episodes. Finally, hang on to your hat as you go globetrotting through all three Indiana Jones films, as Indy (Harrison Ford) tears through South America, Nepal, Egypt, China, India, the American Southwest, Italy and the Middle East. Bring your passports, 'cause this is going to be one wild ride!

Planet of the Apes Marathon
Sunday, Sept. 5, from 9AM – 7:30PM ET/PT

The Outer Limits Marathon
Monday, Sept. 6, from 8AM – 6PM ET/PT

The Indiana Jones Trilogy
Saturday, September 18, from 1PM – 9PM ET/PT
Sunday, Sept. 19, from 9AM – 5PM ET/PT



SCI FI CLASSICS

Get your daily block of blockbusters! We're encoring some of the biggest and best SF series from the '70s, '80s and beyond — in big, EIGHT-HOUR marathons, every weekday from 8AM to 4PM ET/PT! Catch up on the classics and fill in the gaps in your SF viewing with these not-to-be-missed shows! Look for your favorites below:


Amazing Stories
Tuesday, Sept. 21

Battlestar Galactica (1970s)
Tuesday, Sept. 28

Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction
Friday, Sept. 10

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Monday, Sept. 27

Farscape (LBX)
Thursday, Sept. 16

Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Wednesday, Sept. 29

Night Visions
Tuesday, Sept. 7

The Outer Limits (1960s)
Thursday, Sept. 9

Quantum Leap
Friday, Sept. 24

Roar
Friday, Sept. 17

Roswell
Thursday, Sept. 13

The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne
Wednesday, Sept. 15

Sliders
Monday, Sept. 20

Star Trek
Wednesday, Sept. 8
Tuesday, Sept. 14
Wednesday, Sept. 22
Thursday, Sept. 30

Timecop
Thursday, Sept. 23



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Morjana

SG1-Spoilergate
http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/SG1-Spoilergate/

Richard Dean Anderson Fans
http://movies.groups.yahoo.com/group/rdandersonfans/
What a pile of swill. They can't even use the classic stuff in the right way. What a bunch of morons.

morjana
September 6th, 2004, 08:17 AM
What a pile of swill. They can't even use the classic stuff in the right way. What a bunch of morons.

What would YOU consider the right way to use the classic stuff?

Morjana

NightGloom
September 6th, 2004, 11:55 AM
Wow... Sci Fi needs to work on their scheduling a bit- at least The Flintstones weren't featured on that list. I don't really consider some of that stuff on the "Classics" list actual classics.