"Wonderland" Returns On DirecTV's 101 Network
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"Wonderland" Returns On DirecTV's 101 Network

December 10, 2008 10:51 pm CST 

The show "Wonderland" is returning to television thanks to DirecTV and their 101 Network. "Wonderland" is a gritty drama that delves into the lives of the doctors of Rivervue, a fictional New York psychiatric hospital.

This isn't the first time DirecTV has come to the rescue of a fan-favorite television show -- the critically acclaimed series "Friday Night Lights" has also found a home on the network.

"Wonderland" first aired on ABC in the spring of 2000 where it was met with both critical praise and controversy. Because of its dark tone and intense nature, it was quickly taken off the air. Now, fans will be able to see the entire series from start to finish with new opening commentary, circa 2009, by Peter Berg, the series' creator and executive producer.

Celebrity News Service has learned that all eight episodes of the series, including six never-before-seen on television, will air Wednesday nights at 10/9c beginning January14, 2009, only on DirecTV's The 101 Network and DirecTV on Demand.

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