I spent a good deal of time at the end of 2011 being frustrated and disappointed with Fringe. I wrote a review or two and did two podcasts about the first part of the series’ fourth season and if you recall those products, you’ll remember that I felt like Fringe’s approach to this second pair … Continue reading Review: Fringe, “Back To Where You’ve Never Been”
In the latest episode of the TV Surveillance podcast, I am joined by friends and former guests Tim Bavlnka and Chris Ryan for a wide-ranging discussion of all things Fringe season four and Supernatural season seven. As always, I'll remind you that you can subscribe to the TVS podcast through iTunes, if you'd like. Please take a moment to … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 16 — Welcome to the Seventh Annual Winchester Brother Angst-Off!
If you’ve been keeping up with TV Surveillance and following me on Twitter, you know that I haven’t been the biggest fan of the early going of Fringe season four. As I said in my short review of the premiere and in my extended podcast conversation with my buddy Tim Bavlnka, the series seemed aimless … Continue reading Review: Fringe, “Subject 9”
In the sixth episode of the TV Surveillance Podcast, Tim Bavlnka joins host Cory Barker for a discussion of the very young seasons of Supernatural and Fringe. The two talk about why season seven of Supernatural is on the path to success and why season four of Fringe feels a lot like the exact opposite of that. Also: You can now subscribe to the … Continue reading TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 6 — Lincoln Lee’s Glasses are Ridiculous
I'm short on time this weekend, but I wanted to jot down a few thoughts on the season four premiere of Fringe. This post will be brief. Fringe is in a weird position. Or at least it seems that way to me. Season three discarded all pretensions and presumptions of general popularity and dove quickly and … Continue reading Season Premiere review — Fringe, “Neither Here Nor There”