soulmirror wrote:Honestly, it took FRINGE a little while to build up on the whole "two Universes at war" story arc they'd started with (maybe that's why some viewers drifted away?)
WriteToLive wrote:soulmirror wrote:Honestly, it took FRINGE a little while to build up on the whole "two Universes at war" story arc they'd started with (maybe that's why some viewers drifted away?)
Rule 17: Never confuse your audience so much that they are lost. Unless there is a mystery behind it and becons them into the storyline.
Strycher wrote:In Fringe, the characters matter. They are in way over their heads, but they still count for something.
wellsdesigned wrote:Did I miss a pilot movie or did Falling Skies just start in the middle of the story? I started watching Jerrico a few episodes after the bombs dropped and seeing Falling Skies from the "start" feels the same.
Jess wrote:I've watched nearly all of Falling Skies so far, and I still can't decide whether I like it or not. I'm not sure exactly what it is about it that's leaving me wanting, but there's definitely something.
wellsdesigned wrote:soulmirror wrote:TERRA NOVA ... troubled teens...
I could do without another show that throws in a troubled teen/kid angle.
kyle wrote:OK, seriously, everyone. Go hit Hulu or iTunes or IMDB or whatever and watch the first episode of Once Upon a Time. I'm not kidding. It's that good. Don't wait.
Strycher wrote:I don't know how they'll make an ongoing series out of that premise.
Grayson Morris wrote:"Well, Bob, we have all these European viewers just salivating to see our shows, but gosh, I don't think it's a good idea to license our stuff over there..."
"You're right, Zack. I mean, I know it would make us gazillions of bucks on stuff that's already DONE and READY TO STREAM, with little to no effort on our part, but it just seems...unprofitable."
kyle wrote:I fully expect it will either jump the shark quickly
or get cancelled abruptly because the network doesn't get it
I have high hopes that they've got an interesting and complicated story developing.
kyle wrote:The creators actually have a pretty long pedigree in SF, though heretofore their work has never particularly excited me. As my husband said, "I hope this is the project they've been dying to make for years, and just had to get enough credits to be allowed to do it right."
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