Monday 7 January Sci Fi TV highlights


LIVING Charmed “It’s a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World, Part II”

SCI FI The Lost World “Nectar”

SKY TWO Star Trek: Enterprise “In a Mirror, Darkly”

UKTV DRAMA Doctor Who “Robot” – episode four

FIVE US Mission: Impossible “A Game of Chess” – thrilling episode title




SKY ONE Futurama “Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV”

SCI FI Mysterious Ways “Wonderful”

SKY TWO Stargate SG-1 “The Changeling”


ZONE HORROR The Collector


BBC3 Doctor Who “Daleks in Manhattan” – read the SFX review of this episode

ITV2 Smallville “Slumber”

ITV4 Andromeda “Delenda Est”

LIVING Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman “Pilot, Part I” – kicking off the first season, which actually isn’t too bad (considering the drivel the show would later descend into), and features the better (more geeky) Jimmy Olsen (actor Michael Landes was replaced by Justin Whalin in season two) and Tracy Scoggins (later to join Babylon 5) as a bitchy society columnist.

SCI FI Quantum Leap “Right Hand of God”

SKY TWO Stargate SG-1 “Memento”


ZONE HORROR The Twilight Zone


SCI FI Medium “Pilot” – if you haven’t been watching this excellent series, here’s your chance to acquaint yourself with it right from the beginning. Ghost Whisperer viewers can use this to wean themselves off their habit

TROUBLE Charmed “Repo Manor”

VIRGIN 1 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “Shakaar”


SCI FI Medium “Four Dreams, Part I” – the season three premier

VIRGIN 1 Star Trek: Enterprise “Oasis”


SCI FI Medium “Four Dreams, Part II”

VIRGIN 1 Blade: The Series “Pilot” – half-decent opening episode to a middling series, in which the eponymous character rarely gets to play more than a supporting role in his own show. The evil vampires are much more fun to watch, anyway. Fans of German rock music will love it


LIVING The X-Files “Lazarus”


LIVING Charmed “It’s a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World, Part II”

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