What's got Joshua Jackson in uniform for 19 new Fringe set pics?

We've still got a few weeks before the premiere of Fringe's short (and hopefully sweet) final season, but we're finally getting our first glimpses from the set. Check out a look at new co-star Georgina Haig, plus Joshua Jackson walking around in a futuristic cop uniform.

*Spoilers ahead!*

Haig first popped up at the end of season four, where she revealed herself to be Etta (short for Henrietta), the daughter of Peter Bishop (Jackson) and Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv). It seems she's set to play a big part this season as the show heads toward its finale, and she's definitely getting some quality time with her father in these pics.

But the more intriguing thing in these images, though, is Joshua Jackson's Peter Bishop. He had a rough year last season, to say the least, and now that he's back to (apparently) full strength it looks like he's taken an alternate timeline gig as a cop (unless it's a clever disguise, or he's in the middle of one of Walter's patented LSD hallucinations). How did this happen? What does it mean as the show heads into the home stretch? We'll find out when Fringe returns on Sept. 28.

Check out the rest of the images below for more of Peter and Etta, plus a wave from Astrid and more than a couple of Observers.

(Via Just Jared)

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