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.
It seems the start of Fringe's final season will be a familiar scene for viewers—just not in the way you might think. So how long does it take us to get to the future?
The Emmy nominations list was announced Thursday, and though some sci-fi series made the cut, several fan favorites were left out. One of the most glaring omissions? Fox's Fringe, which is gearing up for its final season. Luckily, Fringe guest star and sci-fi legend Leonard Nimoy is not taking this snub lightly.
Sunday morning, the cast of Fringe appeared at their final Comic-Con panel. The hour was filled with excitement and emotion as fans prepared to say goodbye. But before they bid adieu, the cast gave us some much needed hope. Could a Fringe movie be on the horizon?
We're still a few weeks away from seeing who got nominated for an Emmy, and until the official announcement, we plan on living in hope that some of these stellar sci-fi performances of the past year manage to make the cut.
With Comic-Con just a few weeks away, Fox is trying to build some buzz for the final season of Fringe. If we had any question as to what season five is about, we know now—and it looks like war is coming.
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.