We've gotten to see a lot of the Observer-occupied future in season five of Fox's cult fave Fringe, and some new viral videos show that the resistance hasn't given up yet.
The end is near. Fringe's finale date's been set, and the characters are on edge. Last week, one of them crossed the line, and he won't be the only one. Expect the whole crew to go above and beyond for the cause.
The folks behind Fringe aren't pulling any punches this season, and the series' shortened swan song broke some hearts Friday with a brutal death to a regular member of the cast. So what happened—and why did it have to go down this way? Spoilers ahead!
With a shortened season, you knew the writers behind Fox's Fringe wouldn't be pulling any punches. Now it seems a death is coming soon that will apparently rip our collective hearts out.
We'd heard a while back that J.J. Abrams and current Fringe showrunner J.H. Wyman were working on a new sci-fi series—and now Wyman has been kind enough to spill the beans.
With a risky jump into the future, the new season of Fox's Fringe is already blowing up the formula for the final year. Now it seems they could be taking a Matrix-y twist sometime soon.
Premiere week has come and gone, and we've once again got a full slate of new fall shows to follow. This week saw the return of Fringe, Once Upon a Time, Person of Interest and more, along with the debuts of new shows like Elementary, 666 Park Avenue and Last Resort. So how'd they do?
Last Friday, Fringe kicked off its fifth and final season. With only 12 episodes left, the writers are pulling out all the stops. Co-star Joshua Jackson (Peter Bishop) hints that the next few weeks lay the groundwork for a game changing event.
Over five seasons, the team behind Fox's Fringe has built a dense sci-fi world full of quirks and nuance, all leading to the future-jump we saw this past Friday with the premiere of season five. But did you know one major plot point that has run the length of the series was actually retconned?
Get ready for a hair-raising fifth and final season on Fox's Fringe that takes us into the future, which turns out to be just as freaky as the past, present and alternate Fringe worlds were, said executive producer J.H. Wyman in an exclusive interview with Blastr.