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Sci Fi Channel has picked up the four seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise to premiere on the cable network early this fall.
Enterprise, starring Scott Bakula as "Captain Jonathan Archer," originally aired on UPN from 2001 to 2005, and its 98 produced episodes have been in syndication ever since.
The new venue for Enterprise is part of a package deal between Sci Fi Channel and CBS Paramount Domestic Television that includes multiple made-for-television movies and other series, including Threshold co-starring Brent Spiner ("Data") and produced by Enterprise co-creator Brannon Braga.
Threshold was CBS' entry in the competitive sci-fi/thriller field last fall, but was pulled from the network after eight episodes. Twelve episodes were shot — all of which have aired overseas — so the Sci Fi deal will give U.S. audiences a chance to see the whole series on TV. (Of course, serious fans can pick up the DVD starting August 22.)
The Sci Fi package includes another show starring Bakula, the 1995 miniseries "The Invaders." In the three-hour remake of the classic '60s series, Bakula plays "Nolan Wood," who tries to foil an invasion of Earth by aliens disguised as humans.
Bakula's Quantum Leap partner Dean Stockwell (who was "Colonel Grat" in the Enterprise episode "Detained") stars in "The Langoliers," another 1995 miniseries on the new Sci Fi slate. The three-hour Stephen King adaptation is about a small group of passengers on a cross-country flight who awake to find that they are the only people left on Earth. "Invaders" and "Langoliers" both were nominated for a Saturn Award that year.
Ron Perlman (the Reman "Viceroy" in "Star Trek Nemesis") is the star of "Primal Force," a 1999 TV movie about rescuers attempting to reach plane crash victims trapped on an island populated by mutant baboons.
Sharon Lawrence ("Amelia Earhart" in "The 37's") stars in Wolf Lake, a 2001 nine-episode series that originally aired on both CBS and UPN about a Seattle suburb that gets overtaken by werewolves. The late Kellie Waymire ("Ensign Cutler" in Enterprise) co-stars.
The CBS-Sci Fi deal also includes exclusive cable rights to the classic Twilight Zone, as well as Tales from the Darkside, Haunted, Jake 2.0, Level 9 and other series and movies to air during the 2006-07 season.