Fans are still debating that timey-wimey finale, and now star John Noble has opened up about what he thought that final episode really meant.
Fringe may be done, but the great John Noble is still dishing out riveting performances.
Rumor has it one of J.J. Abrams' old Fringe stars could be heading to Star Wars: Episode VII.
With just three hours of television to go, Fox's Fringe will sign off next week with what actor John Noble believes is "one of the great finales of all time," said the Australian actor who plays mad scientist Walter Bishop.
We might not get the usual, wacky Episode 19 in the abbreviated final season of Fox's Fringe—but that doesn't mean we won't get some trippy action before the series heads off into the sunset.
Remember when Fringe's Walter Bishop first showed up on our TV screens? How about when Damon Salvatore from The Vampire Diaries made his first snarky comment? Or when Stargate's Dr. Rodney McKay first became loveable?
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?
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.
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.
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.