The final day's festivities have finally been announced, and it seems like Comic-Con 2012 organizers saved a few of the best for last with the Day 4 slate.
Some sci-fi friendships seem like they were always meant to be. Han and Chewie? Kirk and Spock? Perfect matches, right? But then there are those unexpected friendships that shouldn't have happened—but seemed oh so perfect when they did. Get up close and personal with 10 pairs of unlikely pals in the second episode of our new digital series, BlastrTV.
It seems the rumors are true: Fringe's final season will, apparently, be very different than the first four years—we're talking different decades different.
It may just be the dog days of summer, but TV networks are already gearing up for what they'll be bringing back on this fall—an now we finally know when to expect new Fringe and Touch episodes to get back on the airwaves.
In fatherhood, you're called upon to do a lot of things: Change diapers, teach your child right from wrong, put Band-aids on boo-boos, etc.. But these dads went way above and beyond the call of duty—and actually helped saved their kiddos from the apocalypse itself.
The character of William Bell has come a long way in four seasons of Fox's Fringe, and acting legend Leonard Nimoy says his latest persona (probably) isn't quite finished yet. So what can we expect from the maddest scientist of all in the show's fifth and final season?
With the soul-ripping season finale of HBO's Game of Thrones, the Spring finales come to a close. While series like Alcatraz and Awake finished their runs far too early for some fans, other finales, like Grimm and Fringe, were gearing up for next season.
Though a fifth and final season of Fox's Fringe was an unknown at the time, the producers decided to take the risk and introduce us to a wild, weird future ruled by the Observers late in season four. With a fifth year now a certainty, producer J.H. Wyman wants you to know: We will definitely be revisiting the bizzaro future of 2036 we glimpsed in "Letters of Transit."
Fringe's fall return will be bittersweet in more ways than one. Not only is it the drama's last season, but the show's losing a castmember. Shortly after becoming a series regular, Seth Gabel has been put out to pasture.
We see a lot of death on our favorite genre TV shows. Villains go down, henchmen meet gruesome ends, monsters fall, heroes make brave sacrifices. Blood is spilled, bodies pile up, and we keep watching. But which of those shows is actually the deadliest? The rankings may prove surprising.