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Six Straight Hours of Star Trek: The Next Generation to air Thursday nights on SyFy beginning April 28

Today SyFy announced via their Twitter account that beginning April 28, six hours of Star Trek: The Next Generation will air on the channel every Thursday night, starting at 7pm.

SyFy currently airs an episode of Enterprise at 6pm on Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday nights and a single episode of The Next Generation 7pm on Mondays. So this is a substantial (and welcomed) jump in the amount of Trek on SyFy.

The current lineup according to TV Guide for next Thursday is:

7pm – Star Trek: The Next Generation – Sins of the Father
8pm – Star Trek: The Next Generation – Allegiance
9pm – Star Trek: The Next Generation – Captain’s Holiday
10pm – Star Trek: The Next Generation – Tin Man
11pm – Star Trek: The Next Generation – Hollow Pursuits
12am – Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Most Toys

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Gerry

    April 22, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Nice!

  2. Capt. Zorg

    April 22, 2011 at 4:34 am

    glad to hear it. I was in need of some TNG.

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