Those who kept up with the madcap insanity of FOX's 'Sleepy Hollow' through the recent season finale were treated to one wallop of a shocker with 'Fringe' star John Noble's guest character, Henry Parrish, so the latest development should prove far less surprising. Not only will Noble reprise his mysterious role for the second season later on this year, but the former Walter Bishop has been promoted to 'Hollow' regular alongside guest star Lyndie Greenwood!
FX horror drama 'American Horror Story: Coven' remains deep enough into the season that most of the focus has shifted toward the fourth cycle in 2014, though it seems 'Coven' has a few more spells to cast. Literally! 'Fringe' vet and recent 'Wilfred' guest Lance Reddick will conjure up a significant appearance in the final four installments of 'Coven,' but as whom?
Throw another movie franchise on the TV remake pile, as it seems Paramount Television looks to resurrect Patrick Swayze classic 'Ghost' on the small screen. 'Fringe' alumni Jeff Pinkner and Akiva Goldsman have been tasked with conjuring a pilot for the latest TV reboot, but what network would a potential 'Ghost' TV series land on?
'Fringe' star John Noble won't make his official 'Sleepy Hollow' debut as "The Sin-Eater" until tomorrow's all-new episode of the same name, but already fans of the bonkers modern-day Headless Horseman drama can count on his return. Not only will Noble's character Henry Parrish recur in several episodes over the coming weeks, but Noble will also return for 'Sleepy Hollow' season 2 in 2014.
Cast all the 'Fringe' stars on premium cable! Just weeks after we marveled at the news that 'Fringe' star Anna Torv would take a leading role in Ryan Murphy's HBO sexuality drama 'Open,' Torv's co-star Joshua Jackson has followed suit with a scandalous role of his own in Showtime's adult drama 'The Affair.' Throw in a Starz series for John Noble, and we've got bingo!
HBO's forthcoming Ryan Murphy sexuality series 'Open' already had a notable bit of buzz in casting both 'The Hunger Games' star Wes Bentley and Scott Speedman, but its latest castings should really bring in the 'Fringe.' Former FOX fox Anna Torv has officially joined the HBO pilot alongside actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, but who might the pair play?
It's been a few months since FOX's cult sci-fi drama 'Fringe' aired its moving series finale episode "An Enemy of Fate," but some fans are no closer to understanding the complex time-travel/alternate reality mythology that came to permeate the series more and more as time went on. And even though much of the series finale culminated in history itself being re-written, what does the show's executive producer have to say about the complex timeline fans should follow? Unlock the secrets of 'Fringe' inside!
Even with FX's stock on the rise of late, it's been a good long while since we've heard anything about the upcoming third season of surrealist comedy 'Wilfred,' particularly since showrunner David Zuckerman stepped down from his position. Now, as the series gears up for its upcoming summer release, former 'Fringe' star Lance Reddick will pick up the ball as a guest star for season 3, but what authoritative figure will the former Agent Broyles play this time around?
While not every pilot catches our attention each season, we've certainly turned our heads for CBS' upcoming single-camera adaptation of hit Cameron Diaz film 'Bad Teacher,' which just last week cast comedian David Alan Grier in a leading role as the titular character's principal. Now, as CBS continues casting its high profile projects, we've learned that former 'Fringe' star and indie darling Ari Graynor has secured the title role, so get the latest on the new 'Bad Teacher' inside!
Sad as we are that 'Fringe' said goodbye after five years with recent finale episode "An Enemy of Fate" perhaps no actor deserved greater spotlight throughout the series than John Noble. The New Zealand actor will soon be heard as Braniac in the genre-friendly 'Superman: Unbound,' and recent rumors have put him in a prominent role in the next 'Star Wars' trilogy, but for now the 'Fringe' star has made his first new TV gig since the series, stopping by CBS' 'The Good Wife.' Find out about Walter Bishop's next life inside!