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See V, Fringe and Human Target early at Wondercon this weekend


If you’re going to the WonderCon convention in San Francisco this weekend and you’re a TV buff, be sure to check out the early screenings of new episodes of V, Fringe and Human Target on Friday. In the convention’s Esplanade room, screenings start at 3:45 on Friday, April 2.

First, V shows a new episode four days before its Tuesday timeslot on ABC. 4:30 brings you Thursday’s Fringe nearly a full week early. At 5:45, the newest Human Target is on. I’ll be interviewing the cast of Human Target on Sunday, so check back for more news after the weekend.

If you’re looking for something new, ABC is also screening the premiere of its new show Happy Town on Saturday. I’ve already seen this, thanks to my media access, but only on my computer screen. The WonderCon public screening will be more like the proper big screen TV experience.

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One Comment

  • April 1, 2010 | Permalink |

    I wish I were in northern california this weekend so that I could attend this. it sounds like a lot of fun

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