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.
Like J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek reboot? How about creepy supernatural tales? Then you’re in luck—because Fox’s mysterious new drama should be right up your alley.
Actor Joshua Jackson is ready to say goodbye to Peter Bishop. In fact, he believes tonight's two-hour Fringe series finale has the 'proper' ending for the Fox show's three main characters, Peter, Olivia and Walter.
It's been five terrifying, madcap, strange and wonderful years since Fox's Fringe first popped up on our TV screens, and executive producer and showrunner J.H. Wyman has been with the show for most of the way.
From introducing alternate universes to killing off beloved characters, no one can accuse Fox's Fringe of not being a brave show. But despite the writers' faith it'd turn out alright, there was one crazy plot twist the cast just couldn't get behind.