Well, this has nothing to do with search engine optimization or marketing, but as with any true computer geek-type person, I’m a science fiction fan. As such, I subscribe to the Sci Fi Wire service from the Sci Fi Channel through Avantgo. I just sync my PDA and all of the latest info is downloaded ontoÂ my good old IPAQÂ ready for me to take with me.
Today’s announcement that the Sci Fi Channel will pick up the reruns of Star Trek: Enterprise comes as no big surprise. The Sci Fi Channel is where it belongs. In fact, that is where it should have ALWAYS been – not on the Unwatchable Program Network (UPN).Â I’m not alone in expressing disappointment that the Sci Fi Channel didn’t pick up the series when UPN dumped it. After all, they picked up Stargate SG-1 after several years on Showtime and it’s still running strong.
It’s no surprise to me either that UPN will be going away when it folds into a single entity with WB, which is a little better (at least they kept Smallville). Since Star Trek: Enterprise went off the air, I haven’t watched a single show on UPN. It’s not just that I’m still pissed at UPN. They’ve just nothing of interest. All of their current programming is really lame.
I appreciate the Sci Fi Channel and love much of the current programming (they could dump the stupid wrestling show, IMHO), but they dropped the ball on this one. New episodes of Enterprise should be running in between Sci Fi Friday seasons much as the current version of Dr. Who.
So, Enterprise reruns will be on Sci Fi. Guess it’s better than nothing.