Christopher Nolan's sci-fi thriller and Frank Darabont's horror comic adaptation topped the film and television fields in the nominations for the 37th annual Saturn Awards.
Fringe star Joshua Jackson makes an appeal for fans to tune in and show their support so the show will make it to its next season.
Fox's president comments on the chances for renewal for Fringe, Human Target and Lie To Me, three series that haven't been burning up the Nielsen charts.
Fringe showrunners Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman brush off any concerns about the move to Fridays and promise great things to come and a new chapter to be born by the end of the show's third season.
As Fringe makes its transition to Friday nights, actors John Noble and Christopher Lloyd spoke with Spinoff Online about "The Firefly," in which Lloyd plays a member of Noble's favorite band.
Is it time to say goodbye to Human Target? Two weeks of pre-emption doesn't look good, after all, and switching broadcast days without notice is a sure way to lose viewers. So is there reason to be slightly hopeful about the future of Christopher Chance? And if so, why?
The Bad Robot founder spoke extensively about why he might not direct Star Trek 2, what he thinks of Fringe's move to Friday nights, what fans can expect from Alcatraz and much more.
Fox has released a new promo addressing concerns that Fringe's impending move to Friday nights is a sign that cancellation is on the horizon.
In an effort to get back into the swing of things, agent Olivia Dunham returns to work alongside the Fringe team as they investigate a man who is stealing organs to reanimate a long lost love. Meanwhile, Olivia struggles with the revelation of Peter and Bolivia's recently terminated relationship.
Showrunners Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman and actor John Noble spoke about their feelings on Fringe's impending move from Thursday to Friday nights.
When Fox announced that Fringe was moving to a Friday 9pm timeslot in January, many people - including myself - feared that it meant that Fox was preparing to kill the show. Not so, according to network president Kevin Reilly.
As part of its midseason schedule shakeup, executives at the Fox network have decided to move Fringe to the dreaded Friday night death slot.