There's been some specuation that UPN may be a short-timer in the world of network television, and that the plug will be pulled on the #6 "netlet" sometime this year. Well, based on the behavior of my local UPN station, I'm beginning to believe this is true. They have basically pulled all programming other than the UPN prime time shows. Overnight they show "Shop at Home" broadcasting and during the day they seem to show what I can only imagine is material they are pulling from the public domain. God-awful cartoons, lots of old westerns, and a lot of no-name, black and white "shows." Plus the local edition of the "TV Guide" has dropped the station from the daily listings, showing only the prime time lineup in the nightly grids. So, whenever I want to find out if a UPN show is a rerun, I have to visit the UPN website. Is this a localized phenomenon, or are other UPN stations beginning a death spiral as well?