Stargate Atlantis gets 10 p.m. timeslot
Wednesday - August 1, 2007 | by Darren Sumner
Stargate Atlantis will move to 10 p.m. Eastern/Pacific when it returns for its fourth season on Friday, September 28, according to SCI FI Channel's Schedulebot.
This marks a return to Atlantis's original timeslot, in which it aired during the first part of its first season in 2004. Atlantis was bumped up to 9 p.m. when the darker and more adult-themed Battlestar Galactica premiered in 2005.
Just how the later (and, generally speaking, better-performing) timeslot will affect the show's all-important ratings is anyone's guess. Season Four will mark Atlantis's first time airing new episodes during the more competitive fall season; and its first time airing without Stargate SG-1 as its lead-in.
SCI FI Channel's Friday night line-up -- at least for the first part of the fall, as its summer series are still winding down -- looks like this:
7 p.m. - Bionic Woman (off-network rerun) The same episode of Atlantis will reair at 12 midnight. As always, scheduling decisions are subject to change between now and the show's September 28 premiere.
8 p.m. - Doctor Who (Season Three)
9 p.m. - Flash Gordon
10 p.m. - Stargate Atlantis
Learn more about Season Four in GateWorld's episode guide!
(Thanks to Morjana for the tip)
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