Yes, I've dissed the Sci Fi Channel in the past, but...
It's short, so I'll post it here and highlight the interesting details:
The SCI FI Channel will premiere the original feature-length UFO documentary Out of the Blue as part of its Tuesday Declassified prime-time block, 9 p.m. ET/PT June 24. Filmmakers James Fox, Tim Coleman and Boris Zubov produced the documentary, which takes a look at the legitimacy of the UFO phenomenon and features military and government personnel going on record for the first time saying that certain unidentified flying objects could be of extraterrestrial origin. Peter Coyote (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) narrates.
The documentary features former astronauts, including Apollo 14's Edgar Mitchell, disclosing knowledge of the covert effort to keep the subject matter classified. Military personnel also recall witnessing UFOs' disabling nuclear missiles during test flights. And former U.S. presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter come forward to offer accounts about their involvement with the UFO phenomenon.
Wow. That bit alone makes it worth watching. Remember the story of President Carter trying to get access to the UFO documents, but was refused by DCI George H.W. Bush, who said Carter's clearance wasn't high enough? It's one thing to get some disgruntled military officer to talk about stuff lik this, but it's something else when you get two former Commander in Chiefs from opposing parties talking about it. Should be interesting.