Welcome to FRINGE Tuesdays on Science Channel

As you know, Science Channel loves us, as they have proven by their frequent broadcasts of Firefly, the Firefly reunion and special, and their successful securing of the syndication rights to our beloved Fringe. Now it’s time to show them our love right back by watching the Fringe two-hour pilot and following episode when they make their Science Channel premiere TONIGHT at 8/7c.

TV Spot: Fringe – Tuesdays on the Science Channel
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As we told you earlier this month, Science Channel will be continuing and completing Season One of Fringe with daylong marathons on Friday, November 23 from 10:30 AM – 11 PM (ET/PT) and Saturday, November 24 from 11:30 AM – 11 PM (ET/PT). Following the marathon, Fringe will air regularly every Tuesday night from 8-11 PM (ET/PT) beginning on Tuesday, November 27 with Season Two.

That’s right, kids. If you want to see Season 1 of Fringe on Science Channel, you need to watch tonight and the marathons this Friday and Saturday. Science Channel doesn’t mess around with showing the same thing over and over. After gorging ourselves on Fringe Season 1 tonight, Friday, and Saturday, we’ll be starting right in on Season 2 one week from tonight, when they cut us back to “just” Tuesdays – for three hours every week.

And don’t forget, they’ve also promised us some special introductions by John Noble (Walter) and some enjoyable science-y stuff – time travel! parallel universes! – from experts, tucked in here and there, to make us even smarter. AND they’re filling in our otherwise-Fringe-less Thanksgiving Friday! And we’ll get to see Mark Valley again – AND CHARLIE! We love Science Channel.

You can Like Fringe on Science Channel on Facebook, and follow @ScienceChannel on Twitter, hashtag #Fringe.

Fringe Season 1, starring Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, and John Noble, airs Tuesdays from 8 – 11pm (ET/PT), with special marathons on on Friday, November 23 from 10:30 am – 11 pm (ET/PT) and Saturday, November 24 from 11:30 am – 11 pm (ET/PT), on Science Channel.

Erin Willard
Written by Erin Willard

Erin is the Editor In Chief and West Coast Correspondent for SciFiMafia.com

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