SEPTEMBER 2016 ARCHIVE

SOMETHING BIG IS COMING TO HORROR

Land of the Giants on the UK Horror Channel

Land of the Giants is back in the UK on the Horror Channel on weekdays at 12 pm and 8pm starting on 19th September 2016 (Freeview 70, Sky 319, Virgin 149, Freesat 138).

Horror Channel Trailer

RED EYE SCI-FI

Land of the Giants, The Time Tunnel, Lost in Space, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea are all now being broadcast on US television after midnight on Sunday mornings on the MeTV network. Enjoy the MeTV trailer above.

MeTV Red Eye Sci-Fi

MeTV Land of the Giants

MeTV The Time Tunnel

MeTV Lost in Space

MeTV Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

THE TIME TUNNEL 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Happy 50th Birthday to The Time Tunnel and to all who have travelled through time with us this past 50 years. On Friday 9th September 2016, The Time Tunnel celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its first broadcast in the US on Friday 9th September 1966. Above are the original US TV Guide clippings for the premiere. Time hasn't weakened the popularity of this series as evidenced by the continued interest amongst fans, collectors, authors, and time travellers! The influence of The Time Tunnel is far reaching as many night clubs, events, movies and tv shows take inspiration from the theme and design of the Time Tunnel for their stories, logos and backdrops. In the UK, The Time Tunnel first aired on the BBC on 9th July 1968, and only had a partial run before being shown in a few ITV regions in the 1970s and then experienced a rebirth over 22 years later on late night television (ITV).

HOLLYWOOD SHOW CHICAGO

Morgan Fairchild (Memory of Eva Ryker) and Barbara Carrera (When Time Ran Out) are attending the Hollywood Show Chicago on 9-11 September 2016 at the Hilton Rosemont / Chicago O'Hare Airport Hotel.

LEE MERIWETHER IN THE ULTIMATE GIFT

Channel 5 in the UK has been showing the Ultimate Gift series of movies featuring Lee Meriwether as Miss Hastings during August and September 2016.

The Ultimate Gift (2006) featuring Lee Meriwether

 

 

 

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