Walter Bishop Gets His Own Science Show

Posted by Michael Sacco on Aug 12, 2011 in Science, Television

Err, you know what I mean. Another science show. It’s totally different than the other one; this one deals with horrific experiments, fringe science, and … okay, okay, I get it. But this one’s about real science! That’s right, Fringe‘s John Noble will be hosting a new show on the Science channel called Dark Matters, dealing with the dark side of science using real historical examples. The first six episode descriptions read like Fringe summaries, which is, of course, wildly appropriate. Expect to see body transplants, reanimation, and more, with Noble’s trademark mug to guide you through the creepiness. Who could ask for anything more? Read more…

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Fringe Division Keeps Their Jobs

Posted by Michael Sacco on Mar 25, 2011 in Television

Fringe Cast

In a parallel universe, the internet is mourning the loss of some of the best sci-fi ever seen on television. But not in this universe! Despite worries about ratings and a much-dreaded move to the “Friday night death slot,” Fringe has officially been renewed for a fourth season. And it gets better: a full run of 22 episodes has been ordered, not a “we’re worried about this show’s chances” 13-episode run. Fox seems to be of the mind that an established show will do better in the Friday night slot than a new one, and they’re probably right. Either way, great news all around. Read more…

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Fox Moves Fringe to a Parallel Timeslot

Posted by Michael Sacco on Nov 21, 2010 in Television

Fringe

Fox’s dimension-hopping sci-fi drama, Fringe, took its time to get good, but by golly did it get good. Unfortunately, its ratings haven’t been up to par — it’s in a difficult timeslot, competing with shows like CSI Thursdays at 9 PM. Well, the good news is that it won’t have much competition anymore. The bad news is that it’s because it’s being moved to Friday at 9 PM instead. This timeslot is colloquially referred to as the “Friday Night Death Slot,” where dozens of other shows — usually genre shows, at that — have gone to die. So is there any good news? Actually, yes — Fringe’s grand-daddy The X-Files lived a good long life Fridays at 9, so if you care about it, make sure you watch it at its new time, or it’s bye-bye Fringe Division. Read more…

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