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Top 10 Sci-Fi Channel Shows
Anonymous Rex 1.4
Storm of the Century, Part 1 1.2
Storm of the Century, Part 3 1.2
Stargate SG-1 1.2
Ghost Hunters 1.1
Storm of the Century, Part 2 1.1
Stargate 1.0
The Beast, Part 2 1.0
Snakehead Terror 1.0
Scare Tactics 0.9

Source: Nielsen Galaxy Report, 11/29/04 - 12/5/04.

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9:00am ET, 15-November-02

 Stargate Cast Returning

The SCI FI Channel confirmed that Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge and Don S. Davis will return as regular cast members of the channel's original series Stargate SG-1 in the show's upcoming seventh season. Corin Nemec also returns in the recurring role of Jonas Quinn. Tapping reprises the role of Maj. Samantha Carter, Judge plays Teal'c and Davis returns as Gen. George Hammond.

Earlier, the SCI FI Channel confirmed that Michael Shanks was coming back as a regular cast member, playing Dr. Daniel Jackson and joining series star Richard Dean Anderson as Col. Jack O'Neill. The network earlier this month announced that it had renewed the show for a full 22-episode new season.

Production on the new season is slated to begin in Vancouver, B.C., early next year, for a summer 2003 launch. The remaining original sixth-season episodes will resume on SCI FI on Jan. 10, 2003.

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