Finally! After months of waiting, we get to take a look at what fall TV has to offer. The premieres are here. Fringe returns with a look at the future, Doctor Who says goodbye to the Ponds, and 666 Park Avenue returns Terry O'Quinn to TV in a brand new mysterious bad guy role.
We're coming into the home stretch before the final season of Fringe premieres on Friday, Sept. 28, and Fox wants to make sure we know what we're getting into with the Observer-ruled world of 2036. Luckily, we have another creepy Observer PSA to break it down for us.
One of the big mysteries that has kept us hanging for much of Fringe's offseason is where, exactly, is Olivia (Anna Torv) in the Observer-occupied world of the future. Now we have our answer.
The fifth and final season of Fox's Fringe looks to throw out the biggest curveball yet, reportedly taking place heavily in the Observer-occupied future of 2036 glimpsed late last season. Want a sneak peek of the gang coming together 24 years from now?
There are zombies and dragons and world-ruling Observers headed our way, as well as ghosts and vampires and werewolves (and sometimes they're all in the same TV show). This is part two of our three part Fall 2012 TV Preview and we've got enough info here to make your head explode.
With J.J. Abrams' Fringe wrapping up its final season soon, explosion-maestro Michael Bay hopes to fill that smart sci-fi void with a new supernatural cop drama.
The Observer is back with another uncomfortable announcement. This time, Captain Windmark hides his threats under a monologue about the dos and don'ts of traveling.
Considering the jump into the future we've heard so much about, we already knew the fifth and final season of Fringe was going to be a different animal than previous years. Now producer J.H. Wyman has opened up about how he views the beloved series' swan song.
It's really happening. After five seasons, Fringe will come to an end. Executive producer J.H. Wyman has just announced the date of the series finale. So long, Olivia, Peter, Walter and the rest of the Fringe Division.
With Alcatraz long gone, and Fringe's final season on the way, Fox is keen to stay in the J.J. Abrams business. The latest idea? A near-future, buddy cop series featuring human-like cyborgs.