After checking out a few brief snippets here and there, a new extended trailer for the final hour of Fringe's series finale has been released—and it looks positively insane. From shootouts to Hail Mary plans to attack the Observers, it's all here.
After five seasons as the co-leading man on Fox's Fringe, Joshua Jackson has solidified himself as a star player in J.J. Abrams' stable of actors.
A new poster for the Fringe series finale has been released, and it looks like the team will be whipping out some old school freaky to take out the Observers this week. Mild spoilers ahead!
Fringe signs off forever, and Syfy's powerful Mondays are back, along with Syfy's other powerful days of the week. Continuum premieres, while Being Human, Lost Girl, Face Off, and Ghost Hunters return with new seasons.
With just three hours of television to go, Fox's Fringe will sign off next week with what actor John Noble believes is "one of the great finales of all time," said the Australian actor who plays mad scientist Walter Bishop.
In its final season, Fox's cult fave Fringe hasn't been afraid to take out main characters on the way to the epic finale. But, the latest episode's shocking death caught almost everyone by surprise. Luckily, the cast is here to explain why it had to happen. Spoilers ahead!
Admit it. If you watched Fringe your heart was broken just a little when Lincoln Lee vanished after being written out of the series with the other alternate universe characters at the end of last season. But if you're a fan of Seth Gabel, the guy who played Lincoln, you'll have plenty of opportunities to catch up with him in the next month.
With many of the most acclaimed sci-fi and fantasy shows popping up on cable and pay-cable stations, many fans are turning to the seedy underbelly of the web to keep up on everything from The Walking Dead to Game of Thrones. So which series ranked as most popular to track down by less-than-legal means this year?
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.
The holiday season is closing in, and our shows are dwindling down, but some are still out there pulling in viewers. This week, Fringe got a boost, while American Horror Story continued to struggle with its Wednesday competitors. Then there were all those midseason finales. Did The Vampire Diaries, Beauty and the Beast, The Big Bang Theory and more finish 2012 strong?