I’ll be honest with you, the first season after they switched over to the Sci-Fi Channel wasn’t all that great. Text version below the fold.
Deepwater Black, Part 1 | Episode 1 | 10/6/00 | 6.8
Deep space, the distant future: following Earth’s devestation by plague, the future of mankind rests with the colony ship Deepwater. The Doctor arrives to find the ship badly damaged by a mysterious creature.
Deepwater Black, Part 2 | Episode 2 | 10/13/00 | 7.1
The Doctor returns to Deepwater five hundred years later, but far less has changed than he expected.
Now You See Me | Episode 3 | 10/20/00 | 6.2
In modern-day San Diego, the Doctor shuts down a smuggling ring trafficking in shipwrecked aliens with the help of a government agent who can turn invisible.
Chicago | Episode 4 | 10/27/00 | 8.6
An alien which feeds on violent emotions is escalating the gang war in prohibition-era Chicago.
The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre | Episode 5 | 11/3/00 | 8.4
With his new friends Ruth and Leo, the Doctor makes an uneasy alliance with the only man powerful enough to stop the T’l’k’n: Al Capone.
The Masters of Luxor | Episode 6 | 11/10/00 | 8.8
The Doctor offers to take Ruth and Leo somewhere they can get married. Instead, he lands them in an abandoned luxury hotel where hospitality robots have run amok.
Damaged Goods | Episode 7 | 11/17/00 | 8.0
The TARDIS alerts the Doctor to the presence of a powerful Time Lord weapon in modern-day New York.
The War on Drugs | Episode 8 | 11/24/00 | 7.8
The Doctor struggles to stop the N-form without sacrificing the people of New York. But is the N-form right about humanity being tainted by the Time Lords’ Enemy?