Reminder: Fringe Returns For Season 2

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fringe 2009 01 Reminder: Fringe Returns For Season 2

Fringe is back for a 2nd season, don’t forget!

Last season Olivia (Anna Torv) met William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) in the alternate reality, Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) has a secretive past only hinted at, Walter Bishop (John Noble) has what looks like a serious ethical nightmare to deal with and the FBI is just confused in general about what their Fringe department does. I think we have lots of material ripe for discussion!

Fringe is moving to Thursdays, starting this Thursday, September 17th.

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  1. I’m so excited for the new season but I wish they hadn’t changed days. It will make it harder to watch every week since I have other shows on that day and don’t have TiVo. :(

  2. There is always Hulu =)

  3. This is one of the very few main network shows I watch(as in FOX, CBS, ABC, and NBC). Most of them I watch are all on Channels like FX and USA. But yeah, I can’t wait for it to premiere tomorrow, I probably watch it when it’s half way into the recording so I can still Fast Forward the commercials.

  4. @Thomas: Hahaha, I do the same thing! :D

  5. Good to see changes in the writing and make up of the show. Yes they have gone even more X-Files like in the season opener. I counted 3 references to X-Files and even though we have seen the “Super Soldier” in the X-files its not bad to see a rehash of that in this show.

    Thank the deity’s that finally they are giving the Peter character something to do. The new agent is interesting so far.

    Fringe has gotten a little better, now lets hope FOX gives it a chance.