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.
The Observers are dishing out some serious threats. In the latest Fringe promo, they're laying down the law. Resistance is futile and if you choose to rebel, there's a special form of punishment waiting for you.
The Observers are ruthless and the final season of Fringe proves it. Now that they've taken over, Peter, Olivia, and Walter's lives have been turned upside down. And poor Dr. Bishop gets the brunt of the backlash.
With Fringe's swan song season just a few weeks from kicking off, Fox has released the first set of cast photos for the series' final year. So who made the cut?
Peter and Olivia can't catch a break. In the latest promo for Fringe season five, their pride and joy is in danger. The Observers are coming and they've set their sights set on Etta—their daughter.
A foreboding new trailer for the final season of J.J. Abrams' cult fave Fox series Fringe has been released, and look out—the Observers are coming.
Fringe season five is back on schedule. Unfortunately, last month, production was shut down due to a star's illness. John Noble, who plays fan favorite Dr. Walter Bishop, was suffering from a serious disorder that was affecting his work. But with treatment, he and the show are back on track.
We've still got a few weeks before the premiere of Fringe's short (and hopefully sweet) final season, but we're finally getting our first glimpses from the set. Check out a look at new co-star Georgina Haig, plus Joshua Jackson walking around in a futuristic cop uniform.
Production on the fifth and final season of Fringe has hit a snag. Over the past month, its cast has experienced some serious personal problems. First, Blair Brown was put out of commission due to an illness, then Jasika Nicole was in a minor car accident and now John Noble is seeking treatment.
When the Emmy nominations were announced, Fringe fans (including Leonard Nimoy) were pretty upset about the beloved series' snub. So what does producer J.H. Wyman think about the omission? Apparently, he was pretty upset.