Published on February 17th, 2012 | by Caitlin O'Malley0
What to Watch February 17-19
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Catch a preview of this week’s new Fringe.
It’s the weekend! Set your DVRs if you’re busy, because there’s still some great television to be seen.
Friday, February 17
9/8c FOX – Fringe. This science fiction series continues to be engaging and exciting week after week. The gang investigates a series of murders linked to a patient with a mental disorder, but trying to crack the case brings up a lot of unexpected surprises for Olivia (Anna Torv).
Saturday, February 18
11:30/10:30c NBC – Saturday Night Live. There’s always a certain family-reunion feeling in the air when familiar faces grace the iconic 8H stage once again. Beloved alum Maya Rudolph is back hosting, and you can be sure she’ll have some old favorite characters up her sleeve. The Up All Night and Bridesmaids star even hinted at an Amy Poehler cameo while on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this week. Sleigh Bells is the musical guest. Be sure not to miss it!
Sunday, February 19
8/7c ABC – Once Upon a Time. This fairytale-based drama has been showing up strong, and the upcoming episode is no exception. David (Josh Dallas) reveals his secret romance with Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin) to Kathryn (Anastasia Griffith) to remove himself from his stale marriage. But in the fairytale world, Prince Charming (Dallas) holds off his search for Snow White (Goodwin) to help Abigail (Ellen Blain).
9/8c CBS – The Good Wife. There’s a reason why this show and everyone on it are continually being nominated for Emmys. This week, the firm is going to lead a class-action lawsuit against a software company. The issue? The company allowed the Syrian government to make US citizens disappear. And you know there will be drama along the way.