Supergirl Season 4. Melissa Benoist & Anthony Konechny at Vancouver’s Olympic Cauldron. Supergirl faces off against a turncoat agent with parasitic powers in Sunday night’s… Read More »SEASON 4: SUPERGIRL’s Melissa Benoist & Anthony Konechny Fight in This Sunday’s Parasite Lost
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SHOOT: THE FLASH With Grant Gustin & Andy Mientus Back at Rathaway Industries Near Vancouver’s Olympic Cauldron
Update for 2×17 Flash Back: After the shocking revelation that Zoom is Jay Garrick, Barry is more determined than ever to get back to Earth-2… Read More »SHOOT: THE FLASH With Grant Gustin & Andy Mientus Back at Rathaway Industries Near Vancouver’s Olympic Cauldron
The Flash faced off against his latest villain, The Pied Piper, today in downtown Vancouver near the Olympic Cauldron. Background actors ran in terror as… Read More »SHOOT: THE FLASH Films the Flash (Grant Gustin) vs Pied Piper (Andy Mientus) near Olympic Cauldron
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Published February 17, 2012 on Vancouver is Awesome
A Skype discussion early this year led to an amazing social media campaign by Fringe fans to make sure people knew their ratings-challenged show was returning in mid-January with a Winter Premiere after a long two-month hiatus. For five consecutive Friday nights, their unique episode hashtags have trended on Twitter worldwide, in the U.S. and in Vancouver. You may have seen #crosstheline, #enemyofmyenemy, #observeitlive, #takethelead and #breakingout trending and wondered what they were. Feel free to join in tonight by tweeting this week’s hashtag #BeaBetterMan after 5 p.m. our time.
The Fringe Campaign organized by @Fringenuity is smart. Audience isn’t just about Nielsen ratings anymore. Fringe has proved itself a social media success with a big presence on Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook. I’ve participated in all five Twitter campaigns to date by live-tweeting during the west coast broadcast but not in the GetGlue campaign, where fans check in to Fringe and the show’s sponsors — Nissan Leaf and Sprint — live during commercials. Fringe is topping the trending charts at GetGlue too on Friday nights, with over ten thousand checking in. The ongoing campaign helps decision-makers see how much reach the unmeasured Fringe fandom has coming up on discussions between broadcaster FOX and production company Warner Bros TV about whether or not to renew the cult show for a fifth and final season.
Season Four began dramatically with one of the show’s trio of main characters — Peter Bishop — erased from existence and the absence of Joshua Jackson, the actor who plays him, from his hometown. See my YVRShoots series post Where is Peter Bishop? He returned to existence with a big splash at Reiden Lake in the Fall but as a stranger to his beloved Olivia Dunham played by Anna Torv and to his “father” Walter Bishop played by John Noble. See my YVRShoots series post Here is Peter Bishop. Peter remembers them but they don’t remember him in this altered timeline. Are they not his Olivia and his Walter?
We still don’t know about this Olivia and Walter but it was wonderful to catch a glimpse of the Fringe trio acting more like themselves this week at a CBC Vancouver shoot for an upcoming Spring episode, along with junior Fringe agent Astrid Farnsworth played by Jasika Nicole.
Fringe’s fourth season is divided into three acts — the Fall, Winter and Spring episodes. When World Series baseball on FOX unexpectedly pre-empted the eighth episode showrunners planned as their big Fall Finale it hurt the dramatic arc of the show and disappointed viewers.
So the Fall Finale became the Winter Premiere. In Back to Where You’ve Never Been, Peter Bishop decides to Read More »BIG READ: FRINGE is Trending in Vancouver and Worldwide