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23rd June 2003 By Graham P. Smith
Excellent news for UK based Millennium fans this week as the UK Sci-Fi Channel prepares to embark on a new complete run of Millennium Season One, providing an excellent Summer to look forward to for the show's fans. Continuing in it's established weekly slots of Tuesday's 'new' episodes) and Sunday nights (weekly repeats), UK Sci Fi have stepped up the transmission of the Millennium series by screening two back to back episodes, excellent news for those fans who cannot bear to wait another week for a fresh episode. Forthcoming episodes are listed below, as usual special care should be taken to note that the start times occur after midnight, occasionally pushing Millennium into Wednesdays and Mondays.
Millennium fans should head over to the website of UK Sci-Fi Channel which continues its established home base for Millennium where they will find an opportunity to submit Episode and Series reviews of Millennium as indeed they can at TIWWA.info Visitors to UK Sci-Fi's Website should navigate to What's On Sci Fi. Then select June 24th where they will find listings and information on the Millennium TV series and the opportunity to submit reviews.
On behalf of all UK based MillenniuM fans, Millennium Desktop UK (MDUK) would like to extend its grateful thanks to Sci Fi Channel for continuing to provide its established home for Frank Black and for making this much understated series available to its fans.