My friends at "Sue Thomas, F.B. Eye," the 2002-06 Pax series, sent along this announcement:
“Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye”, inspired by the true story of the F.B.I’s first deaf surveillant and her hearing dog Levi—is coming to ANIMAL PLANET, beginning Monday, April 6, with a two-hour opener (8:00 – 10:00 p.m., ET/PT, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Central and Mountain. Thereafter, it will be shown in its regular time slot, Mondays at 9:00 ET/PT and 8:00 p.m. Central and Mountain. ... “This is a call to action for ‘Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye,’ fans” says co-creator Gary Johnson. “It’s a chance to enjoy your favorite ‘Sue Thomas’ episodes. And if the show does well, Animal Planet is interested in making new episodes. So we’d encourage fans to let them know you’re out there by telling them how much you enjoy the show.”
And why on Animal Planet? In case you have forgotten, Sue had a dog. Here's a show synopsis:
Deanne Bray stars as a young deaf woman who, along with her hearing dog, Levi, is starting her first job – with the F.B.I. -- where Sue’s unique lip reading ability lands her in the bureau’s elite surveillance team. Suddenly Sue and Levi are “G-men,” caught up in more action than they ever bargained for. But what they lack in experience, they make up for in spirit and enthusiasm.