SYFY WILL CELEBRATE AMERICA'S BIRTHDAY WITH ANNUAL 40-HOUR "TWILIGHT ZONE" MARATHON SUNDAY, JULY 3 THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 4
JULY 4TH WEEKEND SPECIAL PROGRAMMING BEGINS FRIDAY, JULY 1 WITH "WAREHOUSE 13" AND "EUREKA" MARATHONS
New York, NY - June 20, 2011 - Syfy will celebrate the Fourth of July weekend with three marathons (Warehouse 13, Eureka and The Twilight Zone) along with the premiere of the horror movie The Hills Have Eyes.
The fireworks begin on Friday, July 1, by giving fans of Syfy's two most popular series a chance to re-live last year's exciting seasons. The Warehouse 13 season two marathon airs 8AM-8PM (ET/PT), while the Eureka season 4.0 marathon runs 11PM-5AM.
Both series will return on Monday, July 11, with Eureka season 4.5 premiering at 8PM and Warehouse 13 season three at 9PM, followed by the debut of Alphas at 10PM, forming Syfy's new Monday night scripted programming block -- "The Most Powerful Night of the Week."
On Saturday, July 3, The Hills Have Eyes at 9PM will be the centerpiece of daylong frightful movies including The Cave, Children of the Corn and The Devil's Advocate.
The holiday festivities conclude with the 40-hour The Twilight Zone marathon, running Sunday, July 3 from 9AM-5AM and Monday, July 4, from 8AM-4AM, which takes viewers into a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity.
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