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1995–1997 1997–1999 1999–2000 2000-2001 2003-2004
1995–1997 1997–1999 1999–2000 2000-2001 2003-2004
2007–2010 2010–2018 2018–2023 2023–present
2007–2010 2010–2018 2018–2023 2023–present

Block on USA[]

Sábados de Sci-Fi[]

1995–1997[]

The Sci-Fi channel logo has introduced in 1995 in a Saturday block on USA Network Latin America (currently Universal TV) called Sábados de Sci-Fi (Sci-Fi Saturdays).

1997–1999[]

In 1997, the 1995 USA Network logo is replaced with the 1996 logo.

Sci-Fi (first era)[]

1999–2000[]

Sci-Fi UK logo 1999
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Sci-Fi Weekend[]

2000-2001[]

Sci-Fi Weekend
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On July 13, 2000, Sci-Fi change its name to Sci-Fi Weekend and was discontinued on October 2001 after 6 years of existence.

Sci-Fi (second era)[]

2003-2004[]

Sci Fi UK logo

On February 1, 2003, the Sci-Fi block returned until September 2004.

TV Channel[]

Sci Fi Channel[]

2007–2010[]

Sci Fi 2002

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.

Syfy[]

2010–2018[]

Syfy logo

On October 10, 2010, Sci Fi was renamed to Syfy.

2018–2023[]

Syfy (2017)
Designer:  Loyalkaspar
Trollbäck & Company
Typography:  SYFY Hero (custom-design)
SYFY Sidekick (custom-design)
Cinetype
Launched:  April 1st, 2018

USA Network[]

2023–present[]

USA Network 2005 Alt
Designer:  Imaginary Forces
On-air:
Trollbäck & Company
Typography:  Futura Bold
On-air:
Sequel 100 Wide 85
Launched:  Unknown

In August 2023, NBCUniversal announced that the USA Network channel would return to Latin American television after 19 years off the air, when it was replaced by Universal Channel (now Universal TV) on October 1, 2023, replacing Syfy after 16 years of history in Latin America as a TV channel.[1]

References[]

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