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FringeTelevision now on Twitter

      Email Post       4/07/2009 01:15:00 PM      

FringeTelevision is now on Twitter!We think FringeTelevision.com is already the best and most up-to-date Fringe site anywhere, but for those that like their news even faster, you can now follow FringeTelevision on Twitter (FringeTV).

While you're at it, Fringe fans will want to follow Fringe Executive producer J.R. Orci (jrorci), and Fringe Co-producer Brad Kane (BradCalebKane).

If you have a Fringe twitter feed, let us know!

16 Comments:

Adam Morgan said...

I'm no Orci, but you can follow me at:

http://www.twitter.com/earthmorgan

mardarrell said...

You guys do a great job over here and somehow seem to be the only fan based internet outlet that Fox will let interview the actors, but FringeBloggers.com updates their site with Fringe news more often than you do so I'd say they are more up to date.

Like I said, you do a great job, but you're not as good as you think you are.

Dennis said...

We shoot for quality, not quantity. ;)

Patty said...

Take this crap off of the TV....people who want to twitter can follow it online...It Really distracts from the show and can't see half of what is going on due to all the twitter text covering it up. I LOVE this show but won't watch it much if this continues as it is EXTREMELY distracting.

Jerry said...

I'm all for social networking, but please can the tweets on the TV screen. All of your followers can do so online, the rest of us don't want to be bothered.

Amanda said...

REMOVE THIS Absurd, ridiculous, self INDULGENT IDIOT SPEW FROM what was, otherwise, one of the most intelligent shows on television. Seriously, no one cares what you think!!

Jim92065 said...

I agree with the majority of posters. Whoever thought that cluttering up 1/3 of the screen with garbage was a good idea should be canned.

It's a good show, but I want to change the channel.

Very annoying.

TVaddict99 said...

WTF that was the most annoying thing I've ever seen... even worse than the overlay crap other stations use. We had recorded the Fringe show and had to delete it 10 minutes in when because it was unwatchable. You TV idiots need to know most of us hate the overlay crap and it's driving us away from your medium.

maloo said...

i agree!
Get your TWEETS off the program!

Leave 'em here where folks who WANT to see them can but we who don't want to see them DON'T HAVE TO!

maloo said...

SHUT UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

maloo said...

there ought to be a law against this type of TV clutter.

Rob Dean said...

I am very disappointed in Fox for cluttering up my TV screen while I was trying to watch Fringe last night! If you want to do this twitter thing, fine, but use your computer and quit taking up my screen! Fox, please advise how I can turn off this stupidity! I do not want to have this garbage interfere with my TV watching! Please do NOT ever do this again - thank you. I do not even like having any little pop ups show up when I am watching TV - it is distracting and annoying! Viewers should have a choice as to whether they want to see this crap or not have it show on our screens! Please stop it now.

Holly Benzenhafer said...

Get the tweeting OFF the show!! After an exhausting week, we sat down to relax with 'Fringe' only to find it cluttered with conversations. Worse than texting and chatting through movies! And at least in those cases, we can complain to management, get a refund, or change seats. Here, a nice evening with a great show was just destroyed with no recourse other than dragging out the computer and having to do the ONE THING I did not want to do tonight--get online.
Drop this awful practice, or our household will simply drop every show we find you messing up this way.

Holly Benzenhafer said...

Get the tweeting OFF the show!! After an exhausting week, we sat down to relax with 'Fringe' only to find it cluttered with conversations. Worse than texting and chatting through movies! And at least in those cases, we can complain to management, get a refund, or change seats. Here, a nice evening with a great show was just destroyed with no recourse other than dragging out the computer and having to do the ONE THING I did not want to do tonight--get online.
Drop this awful practice, or our household will simply drop every show we find you messing up this way.

Dale said...

Thank you, Fox, for ruining one of the most interesting shows on television. Twitter, the dumbing down of the Internet, 140 characters at a time...

Wafer said...

Well I recorded this show and was trying to watch it but was amazed at how a great network would allow this bullshit to remain on the screen during the whole show. I can understand how you might want to leave it on for a few seconds after the commercials (which I fast forward thru) to let folks know about your new idea. Anyway I am seriously thinking about removing this program from my recording list if I find that it still exists on the next episode. Please fire the moron who thought up the idea to leave it on the screen while those of us are trying to watch the show.

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