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- 'Battlestar' Soldiers On. Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;3/26/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p39
The article reports that Admiral William Adama will command "Battlestar Galactica" television program for its fourth season in the U.S. According to Mark Stern, executive vice president of programming, Sci Fi Channel said that it ordered nine more hours of the popular drama. It was unclear when...
- PUERILE 'RIFT' SENDS UP SCI FI GENRE. Smith, Eric // Multichannel News;2/16/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p20
Reviews the animated television program "Tripping the Rift," produced by Sci Fi Channel.
- Sci-Fi brings 'First Wave' back to U.S. Spring, Greg // Electronic Media;12/07/98, Vol. 17 Issue 50, p4
Details Sci-Fi Channel's three-year 66-episode order involving `First Wave,' the science-fiction action-hour backed by director Francis Ford Coppola. Trend in the scripted hour business; First series to be originated in the United States but have a full season produced, presold and aired...
- Sci Fi, AtomFilms ink for shorts rights. Shirkani, K.D. // Daily Variety;03/29/2000, Vol. 267 Issue 19, p14
Reports on the licensing deal signed by Sci Fi Channel with AtomFilms for its television series `Exposure.'
- Amazing But True: 'Chronicle' Fizzles. Martínez, José A. // Multichannel News;7/2/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 27, p14
Sci Fi Channel's newest original series, has a solid concept to work from. Tabloid reporter uncovers truth behind paranormal stories. Chad Willett stars as Tucker Burns, a J-school grad who, because of a scandal during his college days, can't find work at a "legitimate" newspaper. Based on John...
- Sci fi nabs `Xena' for block. Bernstein, Paula // Daily Variety;01/25/2000, Vol. 266 Issue 38, p32
Reports on Sci Fi Channel cable television network's acquisition of the off-network rights to several episodes of the syndicated television series `Xena: Warrior Princess' from Studios USA TV Distribution.
- 'Strange' in new world with Sci Fi pickup. Bernstein, Paula // Daily Variety;12/14/2001, Vol. 274 Issue 10, p20
Reports the acquisition of rights to the television serial 'Strange World' by Sci Fi network in the United States. Writer and producer of the series; Schedule of broadcasting; Plot of the program.
- Sci Fi picks up 'Stargate' pair. Martin, Denise // Daily Variety;10/25/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 17, p2
Reports that Sci Fi Channel has renewed space operas "Stargate SG-1" and "Stargate Atlantis" in the U.S. Rank of Sci Fi among the basic cablers on Friday nights over the summer; Consideration of "SG-1" as the longest running science fiction drama; Production of "SG-1" by Double Secret Productions.
- Creepy Camera. Goodwin, Betty // Television Week;10/27/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 43, p23
Presents information on the television program "Scare Tactics" from Sci Fi Channel. Target audience; Television ratings as of October 2003; Concept behind the show.