Support Us

Satellite News is not financially supported by Best Brains or any other entity. It is a labor of love, paid for out of our own pockets. If you value this site, we would be delighted if you showed it by making an occasional donation of any amount. Thanks.

Sampo & Erhardt

Discuss the show!

Sci-Fi Archives


Visit our archives of the MST3K pages previously hosted by the Sci-Fi Channel's SCIFI.COM.

Goodbye Sci-Fi

Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett reflect on MST3K's final broadcast.

Social Media


Visit these!


Visit mst3k.com, the official site of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

And don't forget about RiffTrax, the place to find commentaries by Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett.

And be sure to visit The Mads are Back to see Trace Beaulieu and Frank Conniff live!

And check out the official web site of Joel Hodgson.

Alan Thicke, RIP

Burbank, Calif.–Alan Thicke, an actor best known for playing beloved father Jason Seaver in the ‘80s sitcom “Growing Pains,” collapsed at a hockey rink here Dec. 14, and later later died of a heart attack. He was 69.

Thicke was obliquely referred to in a host segment in episode 213- GODZILLA VS. […]

RIP Greg Lake

Greg Lake, a singer and multi-instrumentalist who helped propel progressive rock into the mainstream as a member of Emerson, Lake and Palmer and King Crimson, died of cancer Dec. 6. The news comes nine months after the death of his bandmate, Keith Emerson. He was 69.

He was mentioned in a host […]

RIP Leonard of Mayfair

Leonard of Mayfair, a celebrity hairdresser who created looks for many stars, including Twiggy and the Beatles, has died. He was 78. MSTies might remember his work for the movie in episode 111- MOON ZERO TWO — he provided some wigs. The Daily Mail has the story.

[…]

RIP Tony Zarindast

Tehran, Iran — Iranian-American director and actor and producer Tony Zarindast died here of cancer Nov. 29. He was 82. He was reportedly considered by some to be the “Persian Ed Wood” and MSTies will remember his work as writer, director and producer of the movie in episode 904- WEREWOLF (in which he […]

Tom Neyman, RIP

Tom Neyman, who played The Master in the movie in episode 424- “MANOS” THE HANDS OF FATE, died Saturday, Nov. 12, according to a Facebook post by his daughter Jackey Raye Neyman Jones. He was 80.

My dad, The Master from “Manos The Hands of Fate” passed away last night when […]

RIP Robert Vaughn

Robert Vaughn, the urbane actor who starred as the American spy Napoleon Solo on the slick 1960s NBC series “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” died Friday. He was 83. Vaughn, who received an Oscar nomination for playing Paul Newman’s hard-drinking buddy Chet in the 1959 drama “The Young Philadelphians,” and is also remembered […]

Ted V. Mikels, RIP

LAS VEGAS–Director Ted V. Mikels died at his home here on Oct. 16. He was 87.

MSTies will remember him as the producer/director of the movie in episode 1002- GIRL IN GOLD BOOTS but may not have been aware that he was cinematographer for the movie in episode 204- CATALINA CAPER.

The Las […]

Patricia Barry, RIP

Los Angeles–Actress Patricia Barry, perhaps best known for long stints on several soap operas including “Days of Our Lives” and “All My Children,” died at her home here Oct. 11. She was 93.

MSTies will remember her role as Vera in the movie in episode 615- KITTEN WITH A WHIP.

The Hollywood […]

RIP Herschell Gordon Lewis

Horror icon Herschell Gordon Lewis, who directed more than 34 movies between 1961 and 1972 and was affectionately known as the “godfather of gore,” has died. He was 87 years old. A representative for the filmmaker, who rose to prominence after directing such titles as “Two Thousand Maniacs” and “Blood Feast,” said […]

RIP Noel Neill

TUCSON, ARIZONA–Actress Noel Neill, best remembered as Lois Lane from the TV series “Adventures of Superman” from 1953 to 1958, died at her home here July 3 after a long illness. She was 95. MSTies will remember that she played an airline desk clerk in the movie in episode 602- INVASION USA. […]