Some belated Sci-Fi TV Store updates:
- Fringe: The Complete Third Season was released on [sfs=1154]Blu-Ray[/sfs] and [sfs=1153]DVD[/sfs] last week
- Sanctuary: The Complete Third Season is out today on [sfs=1151]Blu-Ray[/sfs] and [sfs=1152]DVD[/sfs], and also gets its own section
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars also gets its own section, with The Complete Season Three out on [sfs=1159]Blu-Ray[/sfs] and [sfs=1160]DVD[/sfs] on October 18th – and Season 4 starts on Cartoon Network Friday!
- The second half of the sixth series of Doctor Who, currently airing, will be released on [sfs=1145]Blu-Ray[/sfs] and [sfs=1146]DVD[/sfs] on November 8th, followed by the complete sixth series on [sfs=1147]Blu-Ray[/sfs] and [sfs=1148]DVD[/sfs] on November 22nd.
And the following classic episodes of Doctor Who are scheduled:
- [sfs=334]The Talons of Weng-Chiang[/sfs] – October 11th
- [sfs=1144]Colony in Space[/sfs] – November 8th
- [sfs=1149]Invasion of the Dinosaurs[/sfs] – January 10th
- [sfs=1150]The Android Invasion[/sfs] – January 10th
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The 2011 Primetime Emmy nominations were announced today, and it looks like cable TV is the big winner this year. Read on for a list of the genre shows and their nominations.
News broke late last night (being on the east coast has its drawbacks), but despite it’s move into the so-called “Death Slot”, Fox has renewed Fringe for a fourth season, even with ratings slipping somewhat in recent weeks, mostly due to college basketball and daylight savings time…
The list of nominees for the 37th Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Awards (better known by the much shorter Saturn Awards) has been released. Leading the film categories is Inception, with 9 nominations, followed by Let Me In and Tron: Legacy, each with 7. On the TV side, The Walking Dead takes 6 nominations, with Fringe and Lost each taking 5.
See the whole list below – the awards will be handed out in June.
Despite being moved into the Friday night “death slot”, Fringe seems to refuse to lay for its fate. Seems that despite two consecutive drops, the J.J. Abrams-led sci-fi series on Fox saw a 7% gain this past Friday, getting a 1.4/5 rating. So perhaps the “death slot” is highly overrated, or perhaps antiquated?