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  • initialism television, US Initialism of United Paramount Network.

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Examples

  • Patrick Warburton stars as the voice of Rip Smashenburn, a hotshot Grand Prix racecar driver who rides and wrecks daily, in UPN?

    Man of Steel, Comedian of Gortex

  • It’s just a shame that UPN is clueless when it comes to programming the show for next year – first, the move to Wednesday nights at 9: 00PM opposite of LOST and what looks like a decision to rerun the episodes this summer out of order.

    Thursday Link Dump

  • New episodes of “America’s Next Top Model” will stay on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m., where the dramality modeling series has become the defining show in UPN’s reach for young female viewers.

    UPN’s fall 2005 schedule

  • However, the recent decision to conclude the show’s run on UPN is final.

    Enterprise is really, really canceled

  • UPN is promising that next fall, we’ll get more action and super special effects.

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  • UPN is promising that next fall, we’ll get more action and super special effects.

    Michael in Nashville

  • After two fledgling television networks called UPN and the WB launched in 1995, a pattern began to set in during the spring and fall "upfronts," as the industry refers to the lavish productions where networks try to dazzle advertisers with clips of their new series.

    Not Ready for Prime Time

  • The singer-actress is best known to TV fans as Moesha from the long-running UPN sitcom of the same name.

    90210 Elects Brandy For Recurring Role

  • And of those few that did make it to the Prime Time schedule, rarely did they survive past even a half of a season (with the two part time networks, UPN and WB, providing the only exceptions).

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  • And of those few that did make it to the Prime Time schedule, rarely did they survive past even a half of a season (with the two part time networks, UPN and WB, providing the only exceptions).

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