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It was actually better than I thought it was gonna be, but it needs better writers. It could use some originality in characters, too. The FBI agents could be named Mulder and Scully, and the old man used a line almost directly quoted from Fringe. "Don't eat that, you'll see things"

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Yeah, I thought it was alright. A good show to DVR and save for time when there is nothing on. But it's just another Xfiles ripoff. As long as it stays entertaining I'll watch it and doesn't become a complete ripoff of Xfiles.....like Fringe. Sorry I found that show so boring I stopped watching mid 3rd show.

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I thought it was ok. I will watch it again

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Yeah, I thought it was alright. A good show to DVR and save for time when there is nothing on. But it's just another Xfiles ripoff. As long as it stays entertaining I'll watch it and doesn't become a complete ripoff of Xfiles.....like Fringe. Sorry I found that show so boring I stopped watching mid 3rd show.

Well you need to give it another chance, because the second half of the season is amazing.....its really nothing like the x-files. Seriously, it goes wayyyyyy into some other poo that the x-files never sniffed. I was just like you, and then i picked it back up and watched the last 6 or 7 episodes on hulu and now it is one of my favorite shows.

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Meanwhile, Primeval was excellent again last night. And only a week until Torchwood-Children of Earth starts.

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Meanwhile, Primeval was excellent again last night. And only a week until Torchwood-Children of Earth starts.

And BBCA's new show BEING HUMAN looks promising as well. It starts the same day as Primeval's season finale (July 25), but looks like it may worth checking out...even if it is for only six episodes. Here's a brief synopsis from The Futon Critic.

BROADCAST HISTORY:

7/25/09 - ???

STATUS:

new this summer (yet to premiere)

TIME SLOT:

saturdays from 9:00 PM-10:00 PM EST

CURRENT SEASON:

1 (6 episodes)

DESCRIPTION:

(from BBC America's press release, May 2009) Mixing the mythic with the commonplace, the farcical with the horrific and the domestic with the epic, Being Human, a BBC AMERICA co-production, is a witty and extraordinary look into the lives of three twenty-somethings and their secret double-lives as a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost. Russell Tovey (Doctor Who, The History Boys), Lenora Crichlow (Sugar Rush, Doctor Who) and Aidan Turner (The Clinic) star as housemates trying to live normal lives, despite their strange and dark secrets. Being Human premieres Saturday, July 25, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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I was a big fan of The Dresden Files

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Yeah, but it's gone now. It was a great show.

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Yeah, I don't understand why that show went away. Something a little different and they can't let it sit long enough to get an audience.

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Back for Season 2 Tuesday!

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Can't wait, end of season 1 had a good cliffhanger.

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