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SyFy's 2009 Fall Schedule Dates

July 21, 2009 (2:47 am) GMT
SyFy puts reality show 'Destination Truth' as the season opener and keeps the second round of 'Sanctuary' for October premiere.

SyFy has announced the dates of its new and returning series that will flood the Fall schedule. A season opener, "" will come on September 9. In the third season, host Josh Gates will travel to Chernobyl and isolated Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, explore King Tut's cursed tomb and roam through Caribbean caves.

Also debuting on September 9 is "", a 2006 horror film starring which is finally picked up for distribution by Voltage Pictures. Summer hit show "" meanwhile, will continue with new episodes on September 22 at its regular slot, Tuesdays at 9/8c. Guest stars include Michael Hogan and Mark Sheppard from "", from "" and Joe Morton from "".

On September 26, there will be a remake of Stephen King's horror classic "". Featuring Kandyse McClure, the remake is co-written by King himself with the directing by Donald P. Borchers.

In October, SyFy will premiere its new original series "". The latest in the "Stargate" franchise will debut for two hours on October 2 at 9/8c. "" will be back on October 6 followed by new episodes of "Ghost Hunters" that will air every Wednesdays at 9/8c.

"" will be the latest to get its premiere. It returns for a second season on October 9 at 10/9c, becoming the first surviving show that departs from online series.

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