[06/02/09 - 01:01 PM]
Starz Digital Media Strikes Comprehensive Movie and Television Distribution Deal with Playstation(R)network's Video Delivery Service
Episodes of "Head Case," "Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-up," "Painkiller Jane," "Tripping the Rift" and more are available to Playstation users beginning today.

[05/23/08 - 05:22 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 23
Updates include: "24" prequel adds trio; Kelsey Grammer to head ABC's "Roman's Empire"; and Ron Perlman signs up for FX's "Sons of Anarchy."

[08/15/06 - 12:00 AM]
BET Inks Animation Pact with Film Roman Studios

[03/17/06 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Channel Restructures Online Group to Create Broadband Team

[09/29/05 - 12:00 AM]
Paul Reubens, A.kA. 'Pee Wee Herman,' and Patricia Hearst Guest Star on October Episodes of Sci Fi Channel's Irreverent Animated Series "Tripping the Rift"

[08/17/05 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Gears Up for Big Summer Finales

[07/08/05 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Delivers 8 Consecutive Quarters with Over 1 Million Viewers in Prime

[06/28/05 - 12:00 AM]
Paul Giamatti, David Hyde Pierce and Molly Shannon Infuse 'The Amazing Screw-On Head' with Life

[06/09/05 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Channel Boosts Its Programming Team

[05/27/05 - 12:00 AM]
2005 Summer Programming Preview: Comedy Series

[05/16/05 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Sizzles with Its Biggest Summer Ever!

[04/19/05 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Channel Confirms Six July Premiere Dates

[04/14/05 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Revs Up Pilot Production with Aggressive Slate of Originals

[03/07/05 - 12:00 AM]
Carmen Electra Joins Sci Fi Channel Animated Series 'Tripping the Rift'

[12/29/04 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi's Year-End Ratings Win!

[10/25/04 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: October 25

[07/26/04 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: July 20-26

[04/05/04 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Announces 2005-06 Plans, 'Farscape'S' Return

[03/08/04 - 12:00 AM]
Development Update: March 8

[01/07/04 - 12:00 AM]
TCA Winter Press Tour: Sci Fi Channel

[05/20/03 - 12:00 AM]
Primetime Cgi Series Land Stellar Casts

3/4/04 - 10/19/05
canceled/ended (2005-2006 season)
completed airing its current season
2 (13 episodes)
(from Sci Fi's web site) Tripping the Rift is the continuing comic saga of five misfits who live, work and play on the starship Jupiter 42, which is controlled by a neurotic A.I. known as Spaceship Bob. Bob's neuroses are kept in check by the verbally abusive pilot T'Nuk, and the ship's inner workings are tended by Gus, the depressive robotic chief engineer. No one's really sure what job, if any, is performed by teen slacker Whip, but everyone knows what kinds of jobs sexy android Six specializes in. The captain, a walking purple blob of rancor named Chode, hates his crew and they hate him back, but they have bigger problems to worry about — namely, the corporate-minded Dark Clowns, who are bent on dominating the galaxy, and the hopelessly conformist Confederation, which will stop at nothing to bring our bumbling antiheroes to injustice. The Dark Clowns and the Confederation, despite being more alike than different, clash constantly in their cold war to determine whose brand of oppression will dominate the universe. Each insists the other is the cause of all problems great and small, and their power struggle is basically a huge pain in the ass for sentient beings everywhere. Chode and his crew — motivated by greed and survival instinct — have no desire to take sides in this pointless conflict, and so spend their time traveling (a.k.a. "tripping") the rift that separates the two great rivals. Produced by CinéGroupe (Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension, Sagwa, The Chinese Siamese Cat), in association with Film Roman (The Simpsons, King of the Hill), Tripping the Rift is an edgy, half-hour CGI-animated series based on the award-winning short film of the same name. This new weekly comedy is an irreverent and lusty send-up of space adventure, shredding pop culture and science-fiction clichés as only SCI FI can. The production team marshals the comic talents of creators Chuck Austen and Chris Moeller, and combines it with the raucous humor of head writers Lanier Laney & Terry Sweeney (Saturday Night Live, MadTV). Writers Bill Rosenthal (The Single Guy, The John Larroquette Show) and Andrew Borakove (South Park, Dilbert) oversaw the first episode, "God Is Our Pilot."
· Andrew Borakove as WRTR (Pilot)
· Bernie Denk as DIR (Pilot)
· Chris Moeller as CRTR/EP
· Chuck Austen as CRTR/EP
· William Rosenthal as WRTR (Pilot)
· comedy (all)
· comedy (animated)
· CinéGroupe
· Film Roman