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‘Galactica’ Jumps to Sundays
“Battlestar Galactica” will explore uncharted territory for the Sci Fi Channel when it begins the second half of its season in January: Sunday nights.
The cable network has made official the long-circulating reports that it would move its critically acclaimed series to Sundays come January. The news, announced Monday, also comes with dates and times attached: “Galactica” will make the move at 10 p.m. ET Sunday, Jan. 21, following the series premiere of the supernatural-detective drama “The Dresden Files.”
“Sundays have long been considered an important night for television. [The scheduling change] is a signal to our viewers that this is destination programming and should be considered appointment viewing,” says Dave Howe, general manager of the network. “It only makes sense that Sci Fi would plant its signature series there.”
In the past “Battlestar Galactica” has aired as part of the channel’s successful Friday block of original series. Sci Fi plans to keep that night going later in 2007 with the return of both “Stargate” series and the new show “Painkiller Jane.” The network plans to produce some 210 hours of original programming for 2007, the most in its history.
“Galactica” closes the first part of its season on Friday, Dec. 15. In keeping with the Sci Fi m.o., the episode will be the first half of a two-parter.