Fringe has teased us for weeks now that Olivia (Anna Torv) will be headed home after being trapped all season in an alternate universe referred to as "over there." In Thursday night's new episode, "Entrada," which promises to be pivotal, it looks like things are finally going to come to a head.
Though it's evolved into everything from a battle against an alternate dimension to a full-on war for the future of humanity, Fox's Fringe is likely most beloved for it's truly freaky freaks of the week. With the final season winding down, the cast has opened up about which baddie-of-the-week actually made them a little sick.
As Fringe's emotionally wrought, buttoned-down Agent Olivia Dunham, Anna Torv has gotten to show off a wide range of her talents: playing alternate-universe versions of herself, an ability to carry a tune, and do a pretty decent Leonard Nimoy impersonation. But she's never been out-and-out sexy or funny. Until now.
You've got to love a television show that throws caution to the wind and takes an enormous risk. Fox's Fringe did just that this season when it split apart its storytelling by stranding its main character in an alternate universe and didn't look back.
It's easy to slap the term evil on someone who wants to destroy your universe. However, the question on Fox's Fringe of whether or not Walternate and the people from his universe are evil seems to pop up a lot these days.
Call her Bolivia, Fauxlivia or Altivia ... but whatever you call that alternate Olivia on Fringe, Australian actress Anna Torv is thrilled with the developments on the sci-fi series that have allowed her to play TWO Olivia Dunhams in TWO universes.