Popular Science

Snierson, Dan
October 2004
Entertainment Weekly;10/22/2004, Issue 789, p84
Reports on several upcoming projects for the Sci Fi Channel, a cable television network that caters to fans of aliens and paranormal occurrences, as of October 22, 2004.


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