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Fall TV Season Underway – Two Must Watch SciFi TV Premieres

Fall is in the air and new and favorite TV shows are appearing on the small screen. Here are two return season premiers I’ve been looking forward to.

FRINGE

One of the recent great ‘sciencey’ sci-fi TV shows, Fringe, started out with investigations into weird happenings related to Fringe-Science experiments and has evolved into a clash between parallel dimensions. Last season’s cliffhanger left Olivia trapped in the ‘bad’ universe.

The romance factor: The love story in this show has been between Olivia and Peter. With the alternate Olivia masquerading as the ‘good’ Olivia, will Peter discover the truth or fall for ‘bad’ Olivia?

Fringe returns Thursday, Sept 23, 8PM Eastern on FOX. If you can’t watch it live, you can watch full episodes online day after they air.

STARGATE UNIVERSE

Probably, everyone already knows I’m a huge Stargate fan. I’m counting the days for the return of SGU.  Last season’s cliffhanger left us in the middle of a battle for control of the ship and three of Destiny’s residents shot.

The romance factor: Super-geek Eli is lost in a remote part of the ship with an injured Cloe, the woman he has a crush on and who has been involved with the dashing Lt. Scott. Will this change things for these two? TJ, pregnant with Col. Young’s baby, is one of my favorite characters and she is also among the injured. If she survives, will this bring these two back together?

SGU returns Tuesday,  Sept 28, 9PM Eastern on the SyFy channel.

Also check out this great post from GeekSugar on New SciFi Shows to Get Excited About.

What genre TV will you be watching this fall?

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4 thoughts on “Fall TV Season Underway – Two Must Watch SciFi TV Premieres

  1. Oooh, this is the first I’ve heard of Fringe – might have to peak at that. I’m watching Hawaii Five-O because Grace Park (the Sharons of BSG) is in it – and I need my Sharon/cylon fix! I guess an actor from Lost is in it too. AND you have the vampire, Mick, from Moonlight, the sadly short-lived vampire TV show.
    Other than that, I’m waiting for HBO’s version of Fire and Ice, A Game of Thrones based upon the George R. R. Martin fantasy series – a series of books I soooooo love!

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    • I understand following actors and actresses to new shows. After Firefly ended I watched anything that featured members of that cast. I definetly started watching Castle for Nathan Fillion. Fingers crossed, Five-O will be worthy of the acting talent it has assembled.

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