To the delight of many WB television network fans, Waco TV station KXXV-25, has made some of the WB's primetime programming available again to area viewers.

However, those fans of UPN shows, such as "Enterprise", "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Roswell," are still in limbo unless another local station picks up the popular shows.

Channel 25 started airing WB's primetime shows at 11:30 p.m. Friday. The shows will air between 11:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. weeknights and Sundays. WB kids programming will air 6-8 a.m. Sundays, according to Jeff Cook, vice president of Centex Television, which owns KXXV-25.

The WB and UPN programs have not been available in the Central Texas area since 6 p.m. Monday when KAKW Channel 62 in Killeen, changed its programming to Univision, a Spanish language network.

According to a Time-Warner spokeswoman, the cable company was notified at 2 p.m. Monday of the change, giving them only four hours to inform their viewers. Time-Warner is the major cable distributor in the Central Texas area.

KAKW did not answer phone calls about the development on Monday, but Time-Warner officials said the change occurred because Univision bought out KAKW.

Time-Warner officials could not comment on the possibility of other stations picking up the UPN shows, but said they were working to provide its viewers with the best programming available in a timely manner.