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[08/22/06 - 12:00 AM]
A Labor Day Marathon, Murder Mondays and Action Wednesdays Have Sleuth Simmering This September

[via press release from Sleuth]

A LABOR DAY MARATHON, MURDER MONDAYS AND ACTION WEDNESDAYS HAVE SLEUTH SIMMERING THIS SEPTEMBER

BURBANK, Calif. -� August 22, 2006 -� On Monday, September 4th, while everyone is taking a Labor Day break, the detectives of EZ Streets are hard at work in Sleuth's twenty hour marathon! Viewers can see all ten episodes of this critically acclaimed series beginning at 6:00am (ET), followed by encore airings beginning at 4:00pm (ET).

On Saturday, September 9th and Sunday, September 10th, it's "Those Meddling Kids" on Sleuth. Our heroes are facing their worst foes ever and they're all children! Sleuth will show episodes of Knight Rider, Simon & Simon and The A-Team featuring the mystery world's most precocious youngsters.

"Each month, we are giving our viewers the most engaging mystery content out there," said Dan Harrison, senior vice-president emerging networks, NBC Universal cable entertainment. "As Sleuth continues to grow, our audience will see more of the shows they love."

Saturday, September 23rd will feature a fill night of Sci-Fi's detectives on Sleuth. Audiences will be treated to episodes of Timecop, Running Against Time and a special airing of The Sci-Fi Channel's Battlestar Galactica � Season 2 Highlights.

Sleuth's newest series, Courthouse, follows the day-to-day lives of courthouse judges and stars Patricia Wettig, Robin Givens, and Nia Peeples. Episodes continuing rolling out on Thursday nights at 9pm and 12am (ET), followed by LA Dragnet.

Mondays at 9pm and 12am (ET) are filled with murder on Sleuth! This month's features are: Coopersmith: Sweet Scent of Murder, Profile for Murder, The Man Who Wouldn't Die, Thursday, Champagne Murders and Silhouette.

Wednesdays at 9pm and 12am (ET) are all about action! This month's features are: The Black Windmill, This Gun for Hire, The Take, Line of Fire, Wild Card, Birds II, Singapore Sling and Stick.

SLEUTH WEEKEND STAKEOUT MOVIES � Fridays and Saturdays, 9pm ET

Premieres
Dragonfly 9/15, 9/16
Bird on a Wire 9/30

Encores
Coogan's Bluff 9/1
Fierce Creatures 9/2
The Underneath 9/8
In The Name of the Father 9/22
Timecop 9/23
Radioland Murders 9/29





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