During the late 1990s, United Paramount Network produced a number of television movies branded "Blockbuster Shockwave Cinema," in conjunction with sponsor (and sister company) Blockbuster Video. Almost all were science fiction films. From UPN's inception until 2000, the network also offered a hosted movie series called the UPN Movie Trailer to their stations. The show featured mostly older Hollywood action and comedy films, often those made by Paramount Pictures. Movie Trailer was discontinued in 2000 to give stations that opted for them room for a second weekend run of Star Trek: Enterprise and America's Next Top Model (and later, Veronica Mars). There were also three Paramount-branded blocks on the company's owned-and-operated stations ("O&Os") only: Paramount Teleplex as the main brand

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  • During the late 1990s, United Paramount Network produced a number of television movies branded "Blockbuster Shockwave Cinema," in conjunction with sponsor (and sister company) Blockbuster Video. Almost all were science fiction films. From UPN's inception until 2000, the network also offered a hosted movie series called the UPN Movie Trailer to their stations. The show featured mostly older Hollywood action and comedy films, often those made by Paramount Pictures. Movie Trailer was discontinued in 2000 to give stations that opted for them room for a second weekend run of Star Trek: Enterprise and America's Next Top Model (and later, Veronica Mars). There were also three Paramount-branded blocks on the company's owned-and-operated stations ("O&Os") only: Paramount Teleplex as the main brand for movies at any given timeslot, Paramount Prime Movie for primetime features, and the Paramount Late Movie on late nights. This is a list of television films produced for UPN, an American broadcast television network: * Abazi Avni: The Life of a Land (2001) * Airtight (1999) * Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (1998) * Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion (2000) * Amanda and the Alien (1995) * Avalon: Beyond the Abyss (1999) * Chameleon (1998) * Chameleon II: Death Match (1999) * Chameleon 3: Dark Angel (2000) * Curse of the Talisman (2001) * The Cyber-stalking aka Nightworld: Pretty Girl Crossover (1999) * Darwin Conspiracy (1999) * Escape from Mars (1999) * Harrison: Cry of the City (1996) * Inferno (1998) * Killer Deal aka Nightworld: Parkland (1999) * The Last Man On Planet Earth (1999) * Lost In the Bermuda Triangle (1998) * The Mania of WrestleMania (2003, filmed and 2004, aired) * Max Knight: Ultra Spy (2000) * Monster! (1999) * Nightworld: 30 Years to Life (1998) * Nightworld: Lost Souls aka Lost Souls and Nightworld (1998) * Riddler's Moon aka Nightworld: Riddler's Moon (1998) * Roswell: The Aliens Attack (1999) * Star Command aka In the Fold (1996) * Survivor aka Nightworld: Survivor (1999) * Virtual Nightmare (2000) * The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy (1998) * What About Your Friends: Weekend Getaway (2002) (en)
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  • During the late 1990s, United Paramount Network produced a number of television movies branded "Blockbuster Shockwave Cinema," in conjunction with sponsor (and sister company) Blockbuster Video. Almost all were science fiction films. From UPN's inception until 2000, the network also offered a hosted movie series called the UPN Movie Trailer to their stations. The show featured mostly older Hollywood action and comedy films, often those made by Paramount Pictures. Movie Trailer was discontinued in 2000 to give stations that opted for them room for a second weekend run of Star Trek: Enterprise and America's Next Top Model (and later, Veronica Mars). There were also three Paramount-branded blocks on the company's owned-and-operated stations ("O&Os") only: Paramount Teleplex as the main brand (en)
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  • List of television films produced for UPN (en)
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