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2009 TV Shows Reviews

NEW SHOW REVIEW - FRINGE
Fringe on FOXThis highly anticipated show is the only new scripted drama coming to primetime this fall other than the revamped Beverly Hills 90210 and I don't know anyone other than has been teen stars who are looking forward to that.

For Fringe, co-creator and co-writer J.J. Abrams (Lost and the upcoming Star Trek film) takes us back to a familiar location to jumpstart the series - onboard an airliner flying into unmitigated disaster. A joint task force looking into incidents of terror stumble into a nightmare of a virus that melts its victims - can the team discover what it is and stop its spread? How is this incident and other unexplained phenomena related?

It's the X-Files meets CSI meets House; a creepy, exhilarating, live wire that sizzles with potential, a conspiratorial whirlwind that promises to keep you guessing at every twist and turn.

Fringe on FOXThe cast is a strong one. Anna Torv is stellar as Agent Olivia Dunham while Lance Reddick (Lt. Daniels on The Wire) is rock solid as the team's stoic commander, good to see him back in the saddle.

The opening sequence is a real shocker sure to lure you in. While this pilot episode doesn't quite meet the intensity of the first episode of Lost, there's a world of trippy concepts introduced with loads of action, not to mention one of the most amazing car chase sequenses I can remember.

This spine chilling thriller deserves a look and could develop into a real zinger depending on where they go with this open-ended concept.

Fringe airs Tuesday nights at 8:00 beginning September 9th on FOX. Here's a preview.

2009 TV Shows Reviews
The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi

Which Way Home

Shouting Fire: Stories From the Edge of Free Speech

Jesse James Is A Dead Man

Important Things With Demetri Martin

Lie To Me 24 - Season 7

Taxicab Confessions: New York 3

Simpsons Treehouse of Horror

Chocolate City

Sarah Silverman Program

House - Season 5

Bones - Season 4

Real Vice Cops Uncut

Kung Fu Killer

The Gong Show

Reality Bites Back

Ganja Queen

Hard Times at Douglass High

Roman Polanski:
Wanted and Desired

Carlos Mencia - Performance Enhanced

Unhitched

DEA

By The People: The Election of Barack Obama

The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant

Youth Knows No Pain

Nine Lives of Marion Barry

Boy Interrupted

Teddy: In His Own Words

Prom Night in Mississippi

Teddy: In His Own Words

Mental

Reno 911 Seaon 6

Death on a Factory Farm

Dollhouse

Hell's Kitchen Season 5

Cat Dancers

A Colbert Christmas

24: Redemption

Sunday Night Animation Domination

Do Not Disturb

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Season 2

Prison Break Season 4

Fringe

Kitchen Nightmares 2008

S.I.S.

Heidi Fleiss: The Would-Be Madam of Crystal

Thank You Mr. President - Helen Thomas At The White House

Big Ideas

Factory

The Academy: LASD Class #368

John Oliver: Terrifying Times


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