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Sci Fi nabs Enterprise, Threshold; Olmos/Singer/Raimi Interviews; More..

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The Sci Fi channel has aquired syndication rights to Star Trek: Enterprise, as well as CBS' Threshold, which should debut sometime this Fall. They also picked up rights to a number of other shows, TV movies, and mini-series, including Stephen King's The Stand, and The Langoliers. Other shows either picked up or renewed include The Twilight Zone, Tales From the Darkside, Jake 2.0, and Wolf Lake. Full digs here.

CBS is continuing the trend of landing big name film stars for TV series, given the suprior writing that now can often be found on the small screen. Of four new shows coming this fall, James Woods, Skeet Ulrich, and Ray Liotta have signed up (though not together.) Also comes news that ABC is moving hit series Grey's Anatomy to Thursdays to go head-to-head with CSI, a very risky move in my opinion. The full CBS schedule and details are here.

Sci Fi Wire has an exclusive interview with Edward James Olmos discussing Battlestar Galactica's third season, along with Sam Raimi (re: Spider-Man 3), and Bryan Singer (re: next Superman flick). (Top of main page here)
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