Skip to comments.'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' coming to cable, plus Syfy's spring premiere dates
Posted on 03/03/2011 7:16:50 AM PST by Immerito
Another former Fox sci-fi fan favorite is heading to cable: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles has been picked up by Syfy.
EW can exclusively report that Syfy has gained the rights to all 31 episodes of the series, which ran for two seasons on Fox from 2007-09. This will mark the first time the show has aired off broadcast.
The news comes on the heels of Science Channel making waves by picking up Foxs cult fave Firefly. Sarah Conner Chronicles will launch on Syfy on Thursday, April 7 at 9 p.m., with an airing of Terminator 3 for a lead-in. Its regular time slot will be Thursdays from 7 to 11 p.m. (So, yes, four episodes in a row!)
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Summer Glau is spectacular, but Lena Heady is all woman. She wouldn’t need that gun to order me around either.
competition has been terminated
Lena is a good looking woman, but gets an immediate -3 for all the tats
I want to find out what happens to John when he travelled into the future with John Henry.
If this is what that kid had in mind when he said “my girl robot,” I believe he was totally misjudged.
This show is currently in the watch instantly section of Netflix if anybody is interested.
I’m very close to boycotting the CrapFy channel soon.
Wrestling, Face off, Ghost Hunters this and that 24/7 and when the rare occasion happens that there is something remotely interesting on you get deluged with face Off, Ghost Hunter commercials.
Me too! I remember when my hubby & I learned that Sarah Connor Chronicles had been cancelled and he said that he hoped they would wind it up and not leave it as a cliffhanger. Well, they left it as a cliffhanger and we were really disappointed.
They have purchased another 10 new episodes of "Stargate: Universe" premiering this Monday at 10pm. It will wrap up and conclude the series rather than leaving it hanging like they did.
Not my favprite SG series by far...but it has potential. We shall see what comes. There may be hope for SyFy yet after the new owners get things cranking again.
“It’s hot in here...must be Summer.” - Howard Wolowitz
if they are not going to continue...or make a decent end to the Sarah chronicles, why bother.
Yawn. The Sarah Chronicles were boring. I got the DVDs on Netflix but quit watching after 3 or 4 episodes. They didn’t even have the camp “value” of those horrid SyFy original movies.
I’m not sure going back to being rerun land is such a good idea. Back when it started maybe, but this is the day of Netflix and DVDs. I own TSC, and even if I didn’t they’re on Netflix stream, I see a pretty small audience that would watch it on SyFy with all the commercials. Basically people who’ve heard about it, and don’t have Netflix, or a friends with a copy, maybe the random channel surfer.
Now a Firefly reboot would be a different matter altogether.
Hey, I didn't know that. Thanks for the info.
The end of season 2 was much better than its beginning.
Riley and Jesse drove away more than a few fans, in my opinion. They should never have been incorporated into the show.
I missed the last bunch of SG:U’s then i watched a couple of the newer ones a few days ago.
It seems i’ve missed out on a lot of stuff.
Seed Ship? Little alien dudes?
I’ll have to catch up this weekend for the premier on monday.
The good thing is they are not going to leave the show hanging.
Let’s hope for the best.
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