As a USA Network block
The Sci-Fi channel logo has introduced in 1995 in a Saturday block on USA Network Latin America (currently Universal Channel) called Sábados de Sci-Fi (Sci-Fi Saturdays).
The Sci-Fi logo is the same as the 1995 logo, but with the 1995 USA Network logo being replaced with the 1996 logo.
After 6 years of existence (and a failed attempt to launch Sci-Fi as a 24-hours TV channel in 1998), the brand was put dormant in 2001 after USA Network wiped out all the thematic block brands.
As a TV channel
Sci-Fi resurfaced in 2007 when it was launched as a 24-hour channel by NBCUniversal International Networks Latin America and FOX International Channels Latin America, the later acted as the distributor to pay TV providers and ad-sales.
On October 10, 2010, Sci Fi was renamed to Syfy.
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