Thursday, February 15, 2007

Sci Fi Channel Adds "Lost Colony" to its Saturday Night Lineup

Sci Fi Channel has added two movies to its 2007 production slate, including one starring Highlander's Adrian Paul, and given the green light to another three for development as part of the new Saturday-night programming block called "SCI FI Saturday: The Most Dangerous Night of Television." The following films are scheduled to premiere in 2007: The Lost Colony, starring Paul, about the age-old mystery surrounding the lost colony of Roanoke, and King Arthur & The Order of the Dragon, written by Tim Cox and Brook Durham (Mammoth) and chronicling the quest for the Holy Grail. The following films have been green-lighted for development: Riddle of the Sphinx, about an astronomer and a cryptographer who unwittingly unleash a deadly Sphinx; Sherlock Holmes & the Banshee, which follows the famous detective as he investigates a wailing, soul-sucking ghost that turns out to be a banshee; and Odysseus & the Isle of Mists, a mythical melee in which Odysseus and his men battle Persephone and her deadly vampire beasts.

1 comment:

sheryl said...

Official website:

impressive trailer and still photos.