Friday night's Fringe followed up on the revelation that there were tapes out there explaining how to save the human race in the only way possible: Getting our heroes out of the city, and back to nature. Not that they were alone out there, of course. Here are five questions about this week's "The Recordist."
Our second week in the year 2036 saw Peter and Olivia struggling to come to terms with what has happened in their absence, and just what their daughter has turned into. As we also try to get used to the future, we have some questions of our own. Five of them, in fact, about last night's "In Absentia."
Fringe returned this week with the show permanently moving to the year 2036 and humanity's struggle against the Observer invasion of Earth. With the series essentially being rebooted for its final season, are you that surprised that we have five questions about "Transilience Thought Unified Model-11"?
Fringe showrunner J.H. Wyman discusses the challenges facing the fifth and final season of the sci-drama, and reflects on the past four years of the cult series.
Fox's Fringe returns for its fifth and final season next Friday, jumping into the future to wrap up the series by giving us the showdown between humanity and the Observers... not to mention a Walter Bishop just a little unlike any we've seen before. Here are the five things you need to know before next week's season premiere.
Fox has unveiled the poster for the fifth and final season of Fringe showing Peter Bishop, Olivia Dunham and Walter Bishop depicted in graffiti as revolutionary icons in the year 2036. The series returns Friday, Sept. 28.
Fringe co-creator J.J. Abrams will reunite with series showrunner J.H. Wyman for an untitled Fox buddy-cop drama set in a near future in which Los Angeles police officers are teamed up "highly evolved human-like androids."
It's been a long summer, but September is almost here - and with it, the start of the new fall season of television. New shows! Old favorites! They're all here, which means that we're cheating with the regular recommendations of five shows to keep an eye out for this time. Today, we're giving you five season premieres of returning shows to tune into, and on Saturday, five all-new shows you might want to check out. Let's revisit some old friends first, shall we?
Fringe Executive Producer Joel Wyman and stars Josh Jackson, Anna Torv, John Noble and Jasika Nicole reflected at Comic-Con International on four years of the show and prepare for their curtain call in September.
Production has shut down for two weeks on the final season of Fringe so star John Noble can be treated for a sleep disorder. The sci-fi drama returns to Fox on Sept. 28.
The Fringe cast and crew come together one last time at Comic-Con International to tease the concluding season, look back on their time together and thank the fans for their support.
If comments from actor John Noble are to be believed, the fifth and final season of Fringe will take place almost exclusively in the far future that first appeared in the fourth season episode "Letters of Transit." We're still months away from the season premiere, but nonetheless: It's time for five questions about this development.
Fringe will air in syndication on the Science Channel, whose lineup includes Ricky Gervais' An Idiot Abroad, reruns of Firefly, and the John Noble-narrated Dark Matters.
As much as I may want to, the traditional five questions from last night's episode of Fringe, the season-finale "Brave New World (Part 2)" won't just be "WHAT?" repeated five times. But: William Bell! Betrayals! Revelations! And so much more! Click through for the real five questions.
The legendary actor talks about reprising his role as William Bell for tonight's season finale of Fringe, his incredible career, and his thoughts on J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek sequel.
We've reached the first half of the finale to Fringe's fourth season, and everything is up for grabs - Including the fate of not one, but two different Earths! For the second last time this (television) year, here are five questions about Friday's episode, "Brave New World (Part One)."
Fringe Executive Producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman expound on the phenomenon of the show's fifth season renewal, what to expect from the two-part season finale, and the importance of plot points in "Letters of Transit."