Fringe is back! Not just back after more than a month without new episodes, but back to the alternate earth, as Peter continues to try and find out just what happened to him and where he belongs in the grand scheme of things. And we're back to having five questions about "Back to Where You've Never Been," as well.
While co-creator J.J. Abrams remains "hopeful" about the future of Fringe, Fox President Kevin Reilly acknowledges "we're not in the business of losing money." Star Joshua Jackson, meanwhile, only hopes that the writers will be able to give the series a proper ending.
What is causing people to die in mysterious (of course) and pale-skinned (less obvious) ways? This week's Fringe answered that question, but only raised many more, not least about what's going on with Olivia. Why, here are five questions about "Wallflower" right now!
As the song goes, time kept on slipping in last night's episode of Fringe. What was behind it? That would be telling... but even that wouldn't answer all of our five questions about "And Those We've Left Behind."
Peter may be back, but that doesn't mean that Fringe is back to normal. As this week's episode showed, Peter's "return" to a timeline that he doesn't belong in was one more mystery to be solved for Walter, Olivia and Lincoln ... and the rest of us. Here are five questions about "Novation."
Friday's Fringe brought the moment we've all been waiting for since the start of the season - but even that only meant that we were more confused about what's actually going on. A little delayed because of New York Comic-Con, here're five questions about "Subject 9."
It was all scary monsters and super freaks in last night's episode of Fringe, whether they were psychic virally-growing brains or scientists trying to perform unsafe medical procedures on themselves. Really, can you blame us for having five questions about "Alone in The World"?
Last night's Fringe spanned the two parallel realities like never before, with "our" Olivia crossing over to the alternate reality to catch a serial killer using a special informant from "our" world... Unsurprisingly, we've got five questions about "One Night In October"'s magical mystery tour.
Everything old was new again as Fringe returned to our screens last night with an all-new history following the removal of Peter from the timeline. No wonder that we have five questions about "Neither Here Nor There."
A fake "audition tape" screened at Fringe's Comic-Con International panel may contain a hint of the fate that befell Peter Bishop at the end of the last season.
Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Fringe, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck and Person of Interest are among the Warner Bros. Television shows coming to Comic-Con International next month.