After weeks of hinting at the subject of time-travel, last night's Fringe on Fox took us into the future, and dropped more than a few bombshells about what's been going on in our present. No wonder we have questions about "Letters of Transit."
We're heading towards the endgame for the fourth season of Fringe, so it's no surprise that Friday's episode brought a few revelations, a little bit of confusion, and, of course, nowhere near enough of David Robert Jones. Here're five questions about "The Consultant."
If you've been following the weekly Fringe "5 Questions About" posts here every week, it's more than likely you have a question of your own about them: When, exactly, did Lincoln Lee die in the original timeline? The short answer is, he didn't.
This week's Fringe took us back to the alternate universe for the first time in too long, and also reminded us about those pesky shapechangers that've been causing trouble since the start of the season. All that and a Radiohead reference in the title, too! What else could we want from "Everything In its Right Place"?
In case last week's episode of Fringe didn't quite blow your mind enough, this week the Fox drama decided to go for the nostalgia vote by... retelling a story we've seen before, but making a point of showing that things can turn out differently this time around. Five questions about "Nothing As It Seems"? We've got 'em right here.
After a few weeks' vacation, Fox's Fringe returned last night with what may be the opening of its final run of episodes ever. But did the somewhat revelatory "A Short Story About Love" manage to fulfill your need for new information, theories and answers about just what the hell is going on with Peter, Olivia and Walter, not to mention the state of all reality? Unsurprisingly, we had some questions...
Fringe showrunners J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner and stars John Noble and Blair Brown talked with reporters at WonderCon about the remainder of the current season and the Fox drama's chances for renewal.
The Observer! Olivia and memories she shouldn't have! Answers to questions! This week's episode of Fox's Fringe had it all, but despite the title, "The End of All Things" was just the beginning of our five questions for the week...
Fringe executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman tease tonight's episode, "The End of All Things," and talk about the end of the fourth season and the chances for a fifth.
Why does Olivia remember things that she shouldn't? Will Peter be freaked out by the change, or happy that "his" Olivia is coming back? Last night's episode of Fringe played with the limits of reality once again, leading to this week's five questions about "A Better Human Being."
Worlds - and Astrids - collided in last night's episode of Fox's Fringe, as the threat of something that had yet to be invented - but existed, nonetheless - took center stage and brought even more than five questions we had to ask about "Making Angels."
Actress Jasika Nicole discusses tonight's emotional episode of Fringe, "Making Angels," in which her character Astrid meets her Other Side counterpart for the first time.
Admit it: We've all pondered the question of whether fate is some kind of unstoppable, unavoidable juggernaut, or whether we have control over our destinies at one point or another... but as this week's Fringe made clear, that question has a little more urgency to it when someone has told you that your fate is that you have to die in order for everything else to survive. Five questions about "Forced Perspective," anyone?
Fox has reportedly begun negotiations with Warner Bros. Television in hopes of drastically reducing the license fee for Fringe, which would pave the way for a fifth season.