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FRINGE lives again on Fridays on Science Channel

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–FRINGE Moves to Friday Nights at 8PM (ET/PT) Beginning January 25– After the critically-acclaimed franchise ended its fifth season last Friday night on FOX, FRINGE fans turn to Science Channel on Friday nights from 8-11PM (ET/PT), beginning January 25, to relive the entire FRINGE experience from the very beginning. Science Channel continues to enhance FRINGE with leading experts, such as Dr. Michio Kaku, examining phenomena such as time travel, dream sharing, and parallel universes with … Continue reading

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Top 10 Most Frightening Horror TV Series Ever Made

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With the inclusion of several 2011 TV series adding to the roster, the official “10 most frightening horror TV series ever made” has indeed changed within the last year. We of course have a few classics that will most likely never get topped (case in point – Kolchak: The Night Stalker), however the public interest in all things horror has gained momentum thus resulting in a network need to accommodate. With “The Walking Dead“, scaring … Continue reading

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2012 Fall TV Genre Shows – Cancellations and Renewals

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As the 2012 Fall TV season rolls forward, we’ll have to say goodbye to a few decent genre “related” shows. Though with cancellation comes renewals as well, so hopefully this will help you plan your viewing nights appropriately. With the exception of 1 or 2, I hate to see any of these go…….but with that, let’s hope that there’s something more interesting to take their place for the genre fans. (please note: there may be … Continue reading

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Beyond The Fringe

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Where is Peter Bishop? Has anyone checked with DC Comics? Since Fringe star Joshua Jackson hasn’t been needed on set as much this season it seems he’s decided to use his downtime to leave his mark on the rest of the Fringe-verse. Jackson will be writing three issues of DC’s Beyond the Fringe, a bi-weekly, digital comic series. According to the official press release the issues will “alternate every two weeks between ‘A’ and ‘B’ … Continue reading

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Top 10 Horror-themed Thriller TV series of 2011

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Ok, horror fans, it’s that time again to round up this Fall‘s selections in the horror / fantastical arena. There are a few familiar returns with a few new faces as well. Of course, the ones that ARE returning are personal favs of mine, so no harm there. From this list of returning champions we have “True Blood”, “Supernatural”, “The Walking Dead”, and “Fringe”. We did lose a few from last year, which includes “V”, … Continue reading

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Where is Peter Bishop?

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Fox has released a new trailer teasing next weeks Season 4 premiere of Fringe. This new spot offers a glimpse of life on our side now that Peter has never existed. Also, you can follow Fringe director Ari Margolis’s own viral twitter campaign for the new season at #WhereIsPeterBishop

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Fringe/Lost Crossover Revealed?

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A recent promo has sent Easter egg hounds and Lost fans all abuzz, as it seems to show actor Jorge Garcia (aka Hurley, from Fringe Co-creator and Producer, JJ Abrams, other, more famous show,) having a chat with Fringe’s Walter (John Noble). Apparently, or it’s assumed, Garcia’s character is a Massive Dynamic employee of some sort. But given Abrams and co’s affinity for Easter eggs I wouldn’t be surprised if it was Hurley trying to … Continue reading

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Fringe Season 3: The Search for William Bell

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Not a year since Leonard Nimoy’s “retirement” and, awesomely, word is coming down the pipe that he may return to one of his greatest roles, that of the mysterious William Bell. As some of us might remember Bell seemed to sacrifice himself in order to let The Fringe team (includig Faux-livia) get back to our world, but a tech savvy Nimoy recently Tweeted, yes, Spock, tweets, that he may be in line to return to … Continue reading

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Friday Death Slot: Fringe vs Supernatural

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For those of you who have been scratching your heads looking for Fringe on Fox fear not, it hasn’t been canceled it’s been moved. To Friday nights, and for those of you Fox fans who know their history, you know that means one thing: Friday Death Slot! It’s the next best thing to being canceled, or not, you know what I mean. Yes, in a surprise move Fox moved Fringe away from its Thursday slot … Continue reading

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Top 10 Horror-themed Thriller TV series of 2010

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The year 2010 was a bit fragmented in terms horror / thriller tv shows. Though at least we had 10 worth mentioning which might have not been the case years back. 2010 was the year of carry-overs with very little in the way of new debuts. Though even without alot of new material coming at us we managed to squeeze in one of the greatest horror series of all time. If anything, 2010 will be … Continue reading

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Unexplained Confidential: Fringe Realities & Beyond

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It’s Joyhorror once again exploring the impossibilities of the possible. Last time out I mentioned the Fringe finale and the image of the World Trade Center shown in an Alternate Reality. Is the concept of a Parallel Universe that far fetched? What exactly is a Parallel Universe? It is reality as we know it – but it’s a little different. It’s like sliding doors. In one reality, one decision shapes your entire future. In a … Continue reading

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Fringe Ep 3.2 – “The Box” Preview

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The Fringe team investigates  a mysterious box, as Walter and Nina attend the reading of the last will and testament of William Bell. The story alternates to the Fringe Team “over here” where they investigate a mystifying case that people are discovered in a trance-like state that ultimately leads to their death. The unlikely suspect: a mysterious box. As Peter and Walter collaborate to study its properties, alternate Olivia presses on and turns up the … Continue reading

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Horror Back as Fall TV Schedule Begins

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As we watch the school buses begin to crowd streets and feel the air begin to chill, we realize that our sweet summer has come and gone. Fall has arrived and with it, the return of the television season. This year brings forth many fan favorites such as “Supernatural” and “Vampire Diaries.” But, it also brings some rookies such as the much anticipated “The Walking Dead.” Horror fans have been patiently waiting to see the … Continue reading

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Fringe — Season Premiere Extended Look

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The marketing machine from the good folks at Fox have yet another Promo out for this Thursday’s premiere. See the extended video below, but beware of potential spoilers. Since season 3 will have us splitting our time between the two universes every other week, it seems the show runners aren’t wasting anytime and have promised to start things off with a bang.

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Fringe Season 3 — A Tale of Two Series

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Last season Fringe brought about a slew of earth (and universe) shattering revelations. Some secrets, such as the origin of Walter’s mental state, were better kept than others, like Peter’s origin. But still, the show started with a bang and kept the momentum rolling throughout the season, and ultimately they delivered some darn good television with plenty of surprises (Charlie cameo!). What more can you ask for? How about doing two shows at once? Impossible? … Continue reading

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“Unusual Side Effects” — Fringe Season 2 Blooper Reel

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A must see for any Fringe fan or anyone who just wants a quick laugh.  Bloopers are a great side effect of the production process, and always entertaining especially when the show is a drama. This reel is also fun because actors like John Noble and Joshua Jackson are known for their sense of humor off screen if not always on it. The bloopers are a feature on the Season 2 DVD and Blu-ray, out … Continue reading

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