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31st January 2008 By Graham P. Smith
Futon Critic have recently posted a news release from Chiller that Chris Carter's Millennium will be returning to US TV screens on Monday February 4th. Although the show has been available on DVD format for a number of years following a long battle, a whole new generation of US television viewers will now hopefully be introduced to this critically-acclaimed television masterpiece and the daily format will provide another opportunity for an impromptu re-run amongst Millennium DVD owners.
From the press release:
BURBANK, Calif. January 28, 2008 Viewers will spend the 29 days of February on edge as Chiller brings back fan-favorites, themed movie marathons and a spine-tingling Valentine's Day of programming. Audiences will be kept in suspense with fan-favorites "Profit" and "Millennium" - with never-before-seen episodes, a marathon of "Tales From The Darkside" and movies featuring cameo appearances by A-list stars.
"Chiller has a great line-up for February including rarely seen films with some of the best actors of our time," said Dan Harrison, Senior Vice President, Emerging Networks, NBC Universal Cable. "Bringing Profit and Millennium back to TV is exactly what Chiller fans want and expect."
Monday, February 4 marks the start of "Millennium," the thrilling series from the producers of "The X-Files," starring Lance Henriksen as a member of a mysterious organization that hunts serial killers. This series will air regularly Monday-Friday at 7pm and 3am (ET).
For UK based viewers, ITV4 continue to screen daily episodes around 2am.