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TV Listings (continued)

***** TBS (TurnerBroadcastStation) *****

Starting January 2000, TBS started all-new eps of Ripley's Believe It or Not, hosted by Dean Cain of "Lois & Clark" fame. It has moved to the SCIFI channel for all 4 years of reruns
Hosted movies on TBS include the weekly Dinner And A Movie

***** TV Land channel *****

Bewitched & I Dream Of Jeannie are sometimes shown on TV Land or Nick at Nite. And sometimes Munsters or Addams Family episodes.

The Adventures of Superman (the 1950s tv series) had a 48-hour marathon 12-9-00 and a recreation of
Orson Welles' War of the Worlds broadcast

***** AMC (AmericanMovieClassics) *****
shows movies by Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Peter Cushing, Henry Jones, and Hitchcock at various times.
Click here for their entire monthly movie schedule

***** A&E (Arts & Entertainment) *****

Prime-time listings include reruns of The Sopranos
Monty Python's Flying Circus has no episodes scheduled here anymore, but this wierd link works
The qwirky Northern Exposure has moving to the Hallmark Channel (previously Odyssey), not to be confused with Twin Peaks
And some interesting NASA and wierd stuff on their the History channel

***** COM (Comedy Central) *****

has comedy movies that have included both Ghostbusters 1 & 2

***** USA network *****

Hercules or Xena produced for USA Network are not showing there anymore
Click here for monthly USA movies schedule
that have included "Class of 1999: The Substitute" (1993); a school with gang problems is assigned a cyborg. Poltergeist, And Splash (1984) starring Tom Hanks with a mermaid (Daryl Hannah). Note: USA and the Sci-Fi channel share the same movie library

***** Cartoon Network (listings: CartoonNetwork.com) *****

has shown Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast, and animated eps of: Beetlejuice
The Addams Family
The Jetsons
Jonny Quest
and Scooby-Doo (some with Vincent Price)
And on weekends, they show an animated classic or Scooby-Doo animated movie like Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, or even the live-action version

***** Hallmark Channel (Odyssey) *****

(listed on Hallmark Channel)
Occasionally shows the Muppet Show - past guest hosts have included Mark Hamill (as both Luke Skywalker and himself), Roger Moore (stalked by muppet villains), and even Alice Cooper (singing "Welcome to my Nightmare" and School's Out)

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Trivia Question:

Name the 1938 Shadow adventure in which Lamont and Margo are passengers who are hijacked, learn that the hijackers are planning to use airplanes to attack New York City, and overcome the hijackers? Answer

If you speak Spanish, check The Scifi channel's old website in Spanish, and sabados listings which include Night Gallery, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, American Gothic, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (the Gil Gerard series), The Twilight Zone, Sliders, The Incredible Hulk, seaQuest DSV, War of the Worlds (the syndicated series), Back To The Future (Saturday morning series), Star Trek, The Next Generation, Star Trek (1960s series), Swamp Thing, etc. Note: all series & movies on the Scifi Sabados Channel have been dubbed into Spanish or subtitled.
Network & nationally syndicated returning shows as of 9-20-99 are at the top of previous listings page

Third Rock From The Sun has it's own website that includes biographies of cast members & their characters (archived March, 2000) though you can still look up today's entire NBC schedule at NBC.com

CBS.com, ABC.com, and Fox.com don't seem to have much that meets our format and have so many animated graphics they take a long time to come up if you're using a dial-up modem

Syndicated reruns of PSI Factor hosted by Dan Aykroyd, have moved to TNT
Which reminds me, you might want to check out Hangar 18
Or click here for Greetings from Space (500k)

Also, if you have listened to Seeing Ear Theater online at the Sci-Fi channel website, here are a couple of places you can hear classic radio shows online (all genres):
KNX Online

Or check this day in Sci-Fi History

Last major update of this page was October, 2001