As excited as we are that 'Fringe's final season has definitively kicked up the pace in advance of the next run of episodes, premiering this Friday, January 11 with "The Boy Must Live," we can't believe the series finale airs in lest than two weeks. The finale will air in two installments on January 18 with "Liberty" and "An Enemy of Fate," but what does executive producer J.J. Abrams have to say on the season 5 closer? Will the 'Fringe' series finale deliver as we all hope?
For all the TV we watch, we inevitably recognize that not all of it is easy to track down. Pay-cable series dominate much of the casual conversation, yet relatively few subscribe to the services when entertainment comes for free on the major networks, or even cheaply with basic cable. So how are we to catch up on the latest 'Game of Thrones' or 'Dexter,' without waiting for DVDs or expensive services? With completely illegal and in-no-way-recommended piracy, of course! So what were the most pirated TV shows of 2012?
The battle against the Observers rolls forward as ‘Fringe’ season 5 debuts its tenth episode of the final season “Anomaly XB-6783746,” where Walter and the others attempt to communicate with the Observer boy Michael, while Nina Sharpe (Blaire Brown) makes a deadly sacrifice and the identity of the mysterious "Donald" is revealed.
Last week’s ‘Fringe’ episode “Black Blotter” saw Walter dropping acid and fighting to avoid turning into his former, villainous self, while the team followed a mysterious radio signal to uncover information about the even more-mysterious Donald, so how does “Anomaly XB-6783746” keep the final season in motion? How will season 5 of ‘Fringe’ close out the epic saga?
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Even though the world didn't end (yet), tonight brings us one step closer to the end of 'Fringe' with the airing of its final 2012 episode "Anomaly XB-6783746." With the recovered Observer child "Michael" in tow, Walter and the gang must once more stumble through the dark trying to understand how the boy fits into the grander plan to defeat the Observers, but what do the latest clips reveal? Is Walter going back to the dark side?
The battle against the Observers goes for a trip as ‘Fringe’ season 5 debuts its ninth episode of the final season “Black Blotter,” where Walter drops acid and fights to avoid turning into his former, villainous self, while the team follows a mysterious radio signal to hopefully uncover information about the even more-mysterious Donald.
Last week’s ‘Fringe’ episode “The Human Kind” saw Olivia retrieving an electromagnet from an oracle-like woman (Jill Scott), while the team tried desperately to convince Peter to abandon his hunt for Windmark and return to his humanity by ditching the Observer tech, so how does “Black Blotter” keep the final season in motion? How will season 5 of ‘Fringe’ close out the epic saga?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Fringe’ season 5 episode 9 “Black Blotter!”
Tonight's all-new 'Fringe' episode "Black Blotter" will kick off the first of 2012's final episodes, before the series finally closes its doors next year with January 18 series finale "An Enemy of Fate." And while we wait to discover how Walter Bishop's plans to defeat the Observers will all fall into place, series show-runner Joel Wyman has released a number of behind-the-scenes shots of the cast and crew preparing the series' final hour. Are you ready for a sneak peak of the 'Fringe' series finale?
Only five episodes remain in the final season of 'Fringe,' but the battle against the Observers is just beginning. This Friday's all-new episode "Black Blotter" will see the team finally making headway in assembling the various pieces of Walter's plan, receiving a clue toward the elusive "Donald" as Peter, Olivia, Astrid and Walter head into the woods. Will Walter be in his right mind, given three new clips from the episode? And what new mystery has cropped up overnight?
The battle against the Observers gets magnetic as ‘Fringe’ season 5 debuts its eighth episode of the final season “The Human Kind,” where Olivia retrieves an electromagnet from an oracle-like woman (Jill Scott), while the team tries desperately to convince Peter to abandon his hunt for Windmark and return to his humanity.
Last time’s ‘Fringe’ episode “Five-Twenty-Ten” saw the team working to recover several Observer beacons, while Peter’s new abilities allowed him to orchestrate a mission to attack several key Observer figures, so how does “The Human Kind” keep the final season in motion? How will season 5 of ‘Fringe’ close out the epic saga?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Fringe’ season 5 episode 8 “The Human Kind!”
For as much as we'll miss FOX's sci-fi cult hit 'Fringe' when the series wraps its five-year run this coming January, it doesn't hurt to think that some of TV's best actors could be free for new roles. Joshua Jackson managed to successfully shed his image as 'Dawson's Creek's' Pacey Witter, while John Noble cemented his place as one of TV's most under-awarded stars. Following 'Fringe's' end, will the cast return to work looking for new iconic roles in the 2013 pilot season? Two cast members' answers may surprise you!
Magnets, how do they work? A question we've all surely pondered now and again, and one 'Fringe' will likely answer with its first December episode "The Human Kind." When last we saw the Fringe team Peter Bishop had admitted to implanting himself with Observer tech, slowly robbing him of his humanity (and his hair) but will Olivia manage to save Peter before it's too late? Who is singer Jill Scott really playing? Why does Walter need a giant electromagnet? All these questions and more answered inside!