Monday 17 December TV Highlights


ZONE HORROR Dark Shadows – The first episode of the 1990s remake of a vampire soap series that is spoken off in hushed tones by US telefantasy fans but means sod all to us here in the UK.


FX Buffy The Vampire Slayer “The Wish”

LIVING Charmed “Forget Me… Not”

SCI FI The Lost World “Travellers”

SKY TWO A Town Called Eureka “Once in a Lifetime”

SKY THREE Relic Hunter “Last of the Mochicas”


ITV4 Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) “Murder Ain’t What It Used To Be”

SKY ONE Futurama “The Cyber House Rules”

FX Buffy The Vampire Slayer “Amends”

SCI FI Profiler “Die Beautiful”

ZONE HORROR Dark Shadows – continued.


ITV2 The New Adventures of Superman “Twas the Night Before Mxymas” – it’s Lois and Clark’s time loop episode for those of you following this discussion on our forum.

FX Buffy The Vampire Slayer “Gingerbread”

LIVING The X-Files “Talitha Cumi”

SCI FI Mysterious Ways “Stranger in the Mirror”

SKY TWO Stargate SG-1 “Proving Ground”


BBC4 Children’s TV on Trial: The Kids’ Verdict – not strictly SFX but we know you love this kind of thing: today‘s kids give their verdict on children’s TV of yesteryear.

ZONE HORROR The Twilight Zone – no episode information


ITV4 Andromeda “Slipfighter the Dogs of War” – what kind of an episode title’s that?

SCI FI The Dead Zone “Lotto Fever”

SKY TWO Stargate SG-1 “48 Hours”

TROUBLE Charmed “Carpe Demon”

VIRGIN 1 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Defiant”


SCI FI Medium “Still Life”

TROUBLE Kyle XY “Come to your Senses”

VIRGIN 1 Star Trek: Enterprise “Cold Front”


SCI FI Medium “The Reckoning”


SKY ONE Journeyman “Keepers”


LIVING Charmed “Valhalley of the Dolls”


CHANNEL 4 The Invasion – bizarre-sounding French animated short about aliens with genitals for heads and heads for genitals. Does the phrase “dick head” lose something in translation, we wonder?

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