Though it was emotionally satisfying, the Fringe series finale left some major logistical questions still up in the air.
Ah, April Fool's Day: the one holiday that has half of us grinning with villainous glee and the other half wishing we didn't have to leave the house.
The World Science Fiction Society has released its list of nominees for the annual Hugo Awards, and as usual, there are a few names you'll recognize.
So where are all our favorite Fringe stars heading now that the show is over?
The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has just announced its picks for the best in genre film and television in 2012.
Fringe may be done, but the great John Noble is still dishing out riveting performances.
You never realize how many people get hit by buses in TV shows and movies until you see them all at once.
Last week, the Fringe finale got a loyal audience, Once Upon a Time struggled, Archer premiered strong and Syfy got a mixed bag of Monday night premieres.
For the brave few who stuck it out until the end, Fox’s Fringe has been a thrill ride of alternate universes and insane plot twists.
He may be busy shepherding new installments of Star Wars and Star Trek, but that doesn’t mean J.J. Abrams has turned his back on the medium that made him famous.