With each passing episode, 'Fringe' gets closer and closer to its series finale and 100th episode "An Enemy of Fate," which began production this week following a celebration of the cult sci-fi hit's five-year run. The final season will resume with this Friday's "The Human Kind," but plenty of mysteries are left between now and then. In particular, we've been wondering; will sci-fi icon Leonard Nimoy's William Bell return, more than just his hand? New details from show-runner J.H. Wyman inside!
There were many that bemoaned that 'Fringe' seemed to borrow from the classic 'X-Files' set up of an opposite-sex team investigating the paranormal, but across five seasons 'Fringe' managed to differentiate itself in ways that have come to make it one of the more beloved sci-fi series in years. Can the same be said of ABC's upcoming drama 'Weird Desk,' which once again sees two partners looking into the void for its summer 2013 run? Judge for yourself inside...
The battle against the Observers takes a calculated turn, as ‘Fringe’ season 5 debuts its seventh episode of the final season “Five-Twenty-Ten,” where the team works to recover several Observer beacons, while Peter's new abilities allow him to orchestrate a mission to attack several key Observer figures.
Last week’s ‘Fringe’ episode “Through the Looking Glass, and What Walter Found There” saw the team venturing into a pocket universe to retrieve a crucial piece of Walter’s plan, while Peter’s new Observer tech began to affect him in mysterious ways, so how does “Five-Twenty-Ten" 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 67 “Five-Twenty-Ten!”
Many a 'Fringe' fan were depressed to learn that prior guest star and season 4 regular Seth Gabel would not return for the cult sci-fi hit's final season, but now it seems our geek universe has afforded him another equally cool opportunity. The one-time Lincoln Lee has been targeted to appear in a 2013 episode of The CW's Green Arrow adaptation 'Arrow,' portraying the villainous DC character Count Vertigo! Of course, Count Vertigo will undergo some changes ot fit in with 'Arrow's more grounded world, so what can we expect from Seth Gabel?
The battle against the Observers jumps dimensions, as ‘Fringe’ season 5 debuts its sixth episode of the final season "Through the Looking Glass, And What Walter Found There," where the team ventures into a pocket universe to retrieve a crucial piece of Walter's plan, and Peter's new Observer tech begins to affect him in mysterious wasy.
Last time’s ‘Fringe’ episode “An Origin Story” saw the team struggling to cope with Etta’s heartbreaking death, while Peter interrogated a captive Observer to assemble a deadly plan that would cripple their operation, so how does “Through the Looking Glass, And What Walter Found There” 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 6, “Through the Looking Glass, And What Walter Found There!”
We're going to be very sad pandas come January, when 'Fringe' finishes out its final season and (probably) puts to rest all the lingering mysteries that have capitivated us over the years. Now, with the gloom and doom of the last few weeks' episodes "The Bullet That Saved the World" and "An Origin Story" out of the way, we might just be getting back to our beloved 'Fringe' sci-fi weirdness! So while we wait for tonight's episode, do the latest clips reveal what's "Through the Looking Glass, And What Walter Found There"?
With such a long and allusive title, we have to imagine that this Friday's all-new episode of 'Fringe' "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There" is bound to take us to some pretty strange places. Before things start getting really trippy, however, there's still plenty of fallout left not only from the fate of Peter and Olivia's daughter Etta, but Peter's bold "upgrade" last week as well! So what does the latest clip from "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There" reveal?
The battle against the Observers rages on, as ‘Fringe’ season 5 debuts its fifth episode of the final season, where the team struggles to cope with last week's heartbreaking death, while Peter interrogates a captive Observer to assemble a deadly plan that would cripple their operation.
Last time’s ‘Fringe’ episode “The Bullet That Saved the World” saw the team utilizing past Fringe case artifacts to stage a daring heist from a train station, and re-uniting with an old friend for a mission that came with a heavy price, so how does “An Origin Story” 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 5, “An Origin Story!”
Tonight will see the premiere of all-new 'Fringe' episode "An Origin Story," the fifth of a final 13 episodes. So with only eight episodes remaining in the battle against the Observers in the year 2036, when will the cult-favorite sci-fi series finally come to a conclusion? And will the story for Peter, Walter, Olivia and Astrid come to a happy ending, or will the show's sci-fi madness blow up in all our faces?
For as many times as we try to see the climax in a different contest, or derive hope from last week's brutally tragic 'Fringe' episode "The Bullet That Saved the World," neither the characters nor the series will be the same in the wake of one character's untimely demise. The event in question will almost certainly send the Fringe team down a dangerous path in their battle against the Observers, but none more so than Peter! Just how far will Peter go for vengeance in this Friday's "An Origin Story?" Check out the latest clips to find out!
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