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Now that the new TV season's well and fully underway I figured I'd jot down a few notes on the subject...
Fringe: Pleasantly surprised. Thus far the only new show I actually look forward to watching.
The Mentalist: Not so much a horror genre related series - I guess I hoped they'd do more with the psychic bit. As many have suggested it's essentially Psych with serial killers and less slapstick. However, I thought the first episode was pretty good and I'm more than willing to keep watching.
Sarah Connor/Terminator thingie: I wanted to like, no, I wanted to love this show but I don't. I have no emotional attachment to any of these characters, I don't believe in them. I've ditched my season pass (again) and will catch up on Fox.com and Hulu.
Destination Truth: This is the one high-ish profile ghost/monster/ufo hunting series that doesn't take itself too seriously or try to defraud the viewer at every other turn. There have been a couple of times this season where it looked headed in the night vision heavy, fake shock-a-thon bin (the haunted Malaysian Mosque for instance) but I have faith in Josh Gates who's simply too cool to go total woo.
I'll miss Eureka, until it returns next year, and I missed the last few minutes of the last episode thanks to what, wrestling? On Scifi? Idiots - both me and them - I should have checked my season pass and padded the episode - they should have never canceled MST3K ( yeah, I can hold a grudge) or started showing wrestling!