Season Two Debuts On UK TV Next Week

By Caillan
January 1, 2003 - 10:55 AM

See Also: 'Shockwave, Part II' Episode Guide

'Enterprise' article - courtesy Mark Hastings, copyright 'Sky - The Magazine'While North American fans have already seen twelve episodes of Enterprise's sophomore season, British viewers will get their first chance to catch up with the latest adventures of the NX-01 next week.

Satellite and cable channel Sky One will show the season two premiere 'Shockwave, Part II' at 21:00 GMT on Monday, January 6, following a repeat of 'Shockwave' at 20:00.

The start of the new season has been promoted in the latest issue of Sky's magazine, which features a large photo of Jolene Blalock (T'Pol) in civvies. A brief overview of the second season describes Enterprise as "jaw-dropping" and drops some teasers for British viewers.

"Series II promises more action, more humour and a greater sense that the technical innovations are a long way off," executive producer Rick Berman told Sky One. "Most of all, Jonathan Archer will become a more confident, more take-charge Captain as he leads Enterprise deeper into uncharted space."

For those without access to Sky One, Channel 4 has the terrestrial television rights to the latest Star Trek series. Although the first-season finale 'Shockwave' aired in December, Enterprise's second season will probably not be shown on Channel 4 until mid-2003.

The original article can be found here at Sky One's web site. Thanks to Mark Hastings and Benjamin Willcock for this!

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