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Flash Gordon Returns on SciFi Channel
Comic strip hero Flash Gordon gets a modern update and has returned to airwaves on the SciFi Channel, airing Friday nights at 9 p.m. ET.
Five Most Notorious SciFi TV Cancellations
The networks don´t always give scifi television a chance. That´s why some of our very favorite shows, like "Star Trek," had to get cancelled before they became classics. Here are my picks for some extremely shortsighted scifi TV cancellations.
Movie Review—“Sunshine” Dazzles, Then Fades
Danny Boyle´s new science fiction movie, "Sunshine," opens this Friday. We review the film and provide some insight from the director himself.
“Doctor Who” Returns to U.S. Airwaves Friday
We´ve got some great "Doctor Who" news, including bits about a special guest star and a brand-new companion for the fourth season, the U.S. release of "Torchwood" and the U.S. debut of season three this week!
“Stargate SG-1” Ends—Long Live “Stargate!”
"Stargate SG-1" aired its final episode Friday, June 22--but fans have a new season of "Stargate Atlantis," plus two direct-to-DVD movies, to look forward to.
“Jericho” Returns--But For How Long?
Fans united to save "Jericho"--and thanks to over 20 tons of nuts, CBS listened. But the network also challenged viewers, saying that if they want more than seven new episodes the show´s got to grow.
“Battlestar Galactica” To End After Season Four
Last week the SciFi Channel announced that "Battlestar Galactica" will end after next season. Executive producers David Eick and Ronald D. Moore tell us a little more about season four and what went into the decision to end the show.
History Channel Celebrates 30 Years of “Star Wars”
"Star Wars" celebrated its 30th anniversary last week. The History Channel is celebrating with two new documentaries on the little space fantasy that turned into a media powerhouse.
Fans Unite to Save Jericho
Last week CBS left "Jericho" off its fall schedule. Find out how fans are trying to tell network execs that they made a mistake in cancelling the show, in an extremely organized campaign that's getting noticed. Updated June 7, 2007!
Broadcast Networks Reveal Fall Schedules
ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CW have announced their next-season lineups. Here are the new shows, renewals and cancellations that may be of interest to scifi fans.
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