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February 1, 2009 | Choire Sicha
Anna Torv stars as agent Olivia Dunham on Fox's "Fringe." She was born in Melbourne, Australia, and lives in New York City until at least April, when shooting is finished on the current season. What do you miss the most about having a life? God, what do I miss the most? I think on the days when I have to get up every morning and wash my hair -- I love sleeping in -- just to turn off the alarm button. Do they make you live in some Fox-approved housing or do you get your own? We found our own.
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May 14, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
This is a good time to be J.J. Abrams. His "Star Trek" prequel has earned big love from critics and cultists alike; "Lost," which he co-created, is moving smoothly toward its self-imposed date with destiny and should make it through with its dignity intact; and his co-creation "Fringe," which finished its first season Tuesday night, has been renewed for a second.
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September 9, 2008 | Mary McNamara, Times Television Critic
The poor airline industry. As if rising gas prices, increased security measures and constant cost-cutting were not enough, now there's another J.J. Abrams pilot. Travelers who have finally shaken the anxiety-provoking images of cult-inducing "Lost" can look forward to a whole new set of phobias thanks to the opening moments of Abrams' new show, "Fringe." As lightning crackles around an international flight to Boston, a wild-eyed passenger injects himself with something one can only hope is a tranquilizer, and then next thing you know . . . well, I don't want to spoil anything for the 19 people who haven't seen the pilot online, but it results in the assemblage of every law enforcement agency in the country donning hazmat suits.
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February 1, 2009 | Choire Sicha
Anna Torv stars as agent Olivia Dunham on Fox's "Fringe." She was born in Melbourne, Australia, and lives in New York City until at least April, when shooting is finished on the current season. What do you miss the most about having a life? God, what do I miss the most? I think on the days when I have to get up every morning and wash my hair -- I love sleeping in -- just to turn off the alarm button. Do they make you live in some Fox-approved housing or do you get your own? We found our own.
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July 15, 2008 | Matea Gold
The Television Critics Assn. Press Tour, the semiannual gathering of television journalists from around the country that began July 8, continues at the Beverly Hilton. We offer these dispatches. -- J.J. Abrams learned a lesson from "Alias." It hit him when he was at a friend's house one day and an episode of the ABC spy vs. spy drama was on television. Abrams, the show's executive producer, couldn't follow what was going on. "Literally, it was impenetrable," he said. So for his newest project, Fox's mystery "Fringe," the writer-producer took a different tack.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 14, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
This is a good time to be J.J. Abrams. His "Star Trek" prequel has earned big love from critics and cultists alike; "Lost," which he co-created, is moving smoothly toward its self-imposed date with destiny and should make it through with its dignity intact; and his co-creation "Fringe," which finished its first season Tuesday night, has been renewed for a second.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 9, 2008 | Mary McNamara, Times Television Critic
The poor airline industry. As if rising gas prices, increased security measures and constant cost-cutting were not enough, now there's another J.J. Abrams pilot. Travelers who have finally shaken the anxiety-provoking images of cult-inducing "Lost" can look forward to a whole new set of phobias thanks to the opening moments of Abrams' new show, "Fringe." As lightning crackles around an international flight to Boston, a wild-eyed passenger injects himself with something one can only hope is a tranquilizer, and then next thing you know . . . well, I don't want to spoil anything for the 19 people who haven't seen the pilot online, but it results in the assemblage of every law enforcement agency in the country donning hazmat suits.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2008 | Matea Gold
The Television Critics Assn. Press Tour, the semiannual gathering of television journalists from around the country that began July 8, continues at the Beverly Hilton. We offer these dispatches. -- J.J. Abrams learned a lesson from "Alias." It hit him when he was at a friend's house one day and an episode of the ABC spy vs. spy drama was on television. Abrams, the show's executive producer, couldn't follow what was going on. "Literally, it was impenetrable," he said. So for his newest project, Fox's mystery "Fringe," the writer-producer took a different tack.
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