The ill- fated UPN series Enterprise has began running on the Sci-Fi channel, starting this week, beginning the 7th of January and running thru the 11th. The show was beginning to find its feet when the UPN network, now known as the CW network, decided that it didn’t need science fiction in its series lineup and now they have no shows of any real quality to show for itself. The show producers for Enterprise said UPN did nothing to help the series and seeing the things that are on there now, I believe it is true. Science Fiction has a tough time finding an audience on network television with the exception of NBC’s Heroes and ABC's Lost, which seems to be holding their audiences. Hopefully this trend will continue for some time to come as long as the scripts remain interesting. Battlestar Galactica is about to be signed for its 4th season and the announcement should come before the beginning of the second part of the third season returning in the later part of January. Ron Moore, co-producer of the BSG series is also working on a new show titled “Caprica”. "Caprica" deals with the humans of the colonies and what may have led up to the war between the cylons and humans. I think this show has definite possibilities for fans of BSG and political science enthusiasts alike, I just hope folks at the Sci-Fi channel can see the need for good television versus the B Movies they have produced and aired lately. We here at SCIFIPUNDIT hope you enjoy our blog and we will continue to keep you updated on the most recent developments in the science fiction and fantasy world. Another quick note for movie buffs, go see Night at the Museum. It is a very fun movie for the family and Ben Stiller is pretty good in it. If you have seen it or any other good movies lately please let us know here so, we can post about it.