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Sarah's Pick of the Week:
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America is totally obsessed with superheroes, the supernatural and vampires. I mean, seriously. Here's three new upcoming television shows to prove it!
"Lost" creator J.J. Abrams has created a new series called "Fringe" which is a cross between "The X-Files", "Altered States" and "The Twilight Zone". The series premieres on Fox, September 9th.
And for all you vampire lovers out there, a new HBO series called "True Blood" is getting ready to drop. Created by Alan Ball, the brains behind "Six Feet Under", "True Blood" is based on the Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris and premieres on HBO September 7th.
And finally, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon has been working on a new series called "Dollhouse" and is scheduled to release on Fox in January 2009.
And in other news, developing an iPhone application could be your ticket to the high life. According to 9to5mac.com, Eliza Block makes $2,000 per day from the little iPhone crossword app she created called "2 Across". Download it from iTunes here.
Sarah's On the Prowl:
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