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How to Watch the TV Series Fringe From Beginning to End for All It's Worth!
It was a horror-mystery serial that fed into the cynical society of the time. It was full of conspiracies and a troublesome bureaucracy that had been compromised by exterior and interior forces alike. However, Fringe leans more towards mind-bending, misused pseudo-science rather than monsters or governmental conspiracies. It is a series of mystery boxes, the likes of which could be expected from series creator J. Therefore, we must simply do our best to distinguish the strengths of each show. Generally speaking, The X-Files was all over the place with its overarching story.
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The paranormal Fox drama, which originally ran from to , was a major part of my youth and instilled a love for Mulder and Scully in me that still burns strong to this very day. The series continues to be so popular that it's even in the midst of a revival in mini-series form , but once it's over which unfortunately will be the case in less than a week , what do we do?
The "government agents investigate strange things" premise has almost become a trope these days, but if you think back a few decades, there was a time when it was the bleeding edge of cool. The year was , and Fox—the little network that could—was still building its reputation. Execs took a chance on a little show called The X-Files , and the rest was history. The show ran for a decade, and became a part of popular culture, inspiring cult status among fans and undying admiration to this day despite the taint of some recent feature-length duds. So what are some of the best—and worst—shows to be inspired by the classic conspiracy series of yore? What it was: Developed by X-Files producer Frank Spotnitz, it's no surprise this reboot of the series Kolchak: The Night Stalker bore a passing resemblance to the popular Fox series. The show followed journalist Carl Kolchak as he searched for answers after the mysterious death of his wife, investigating strange stories along the way.