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Fringe : My Favorite Show That Is Not Lost

Yes, my favorite show is Lost. Until recently I would have said that Smallville or Supernatural or Chuck is right behind it. I still love all of those shows, but a few months ago I became addicted to new show. Well, new for me.

I love Fringe.

I first started watching it right when in premiered in the fall of 2008. Unfortunately, I drifted away from the show because I thought it was just a formulaic show where every problem seemed to always be the result of some work that Walter Bishop did in the past.

I apologize. I was wrong.

My brother suggested that I get back into it, so when the season 1 DVD came out I devoured it while also capturing the start of season 2 on  my TiVo. I caught up a couple months ago and now it’s a staple of my television viewing.

You’re probably going to find out soon that I am not that good of a blogger. I’m not going to delve into major plots or stories or give great details about the show.

I just want to give my opinion that this show is a lot of fun and is totally worth tuning in to every episode. If you like a show that is both episodic and yet has an overall story arch and it’s own mythology – Fringe is definitely up your alley.

Like monsters? Strange Beings? Other Dimensions? Time Travel? Crazy Hilarious Genius Doctors?

If you’re nodding in front of your computer and you’re not yet a viewer of Fringe – what the hell are you waiting for?

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