DC Comics icons Superman and Batman are giving up 30 minutes each and will share the 6 p.m. hour to make room for The Incredible Hulk at 7 p.m. on Super Sci-Fi Saturday Night.
Marvel Comics’ monstrous mainstay has since starred in two of his
own big-screen movies as well as the Avengers films, his definitive
and most critically-acclaimed live-action interpretation remains the
classic hit television series of the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Bixby stars as mild-mannered scientist David Banner, who, after
exposing himself to an accidental overdose of gamma radiation, reacts
to the slightest provocation by hulking out in the form of
green-painted bodybuilder and muscleman Lou Ferrigno (another actor
interviewed by me who’s now on Me TV).
on the run from unrelenting newspaper reporter Jack McGee (Jack
Colvin), who has a penchant for making Banner angry even though Mr.
McGee wouldn’t like him when he’s angry, Banner and his beastly
alter ego end up helping all manner of people in all manner of
Banner finishes hulking out, Super Sci-Fi Saturday Night continues with DC
Comics’ Wonder Woman at 8 p.m., followed by Star Trek
at 9 p.m., Svengoolie at 10 p.m., and Irwin Allen productions
Lost in Space and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea at
midnight and 1 a.m.