TVLine Items: Watch Fringe's Freaky 19th Promo, Patrick Dempsey's Race-y New Gig and More!

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Fringe‘s annually far-out 19th episode is right around the corner, and we got our hands on a freaky new promo touting the much-anticipated hour.

As previously reported by TVLine, Lost‘s Henry Ian Cusick and Aussie blonde Georgina Haig guest-star in the installment as FBI agents (the latter of which has been ID’d in pap pics as “Young Olivia”), though Joshua Jackson shares scenes with neither (for reasons he would not share). Blair Brown has also teased the introduction of “another Nina,” while John Noble tells us he got to play two new Walters in the installment.

Press PLAY below and see what you can make of the mind-bending teaser.

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Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

Patrick Dempsey will showcase his love of auto racing in Road to Le Mans, a four-part docu-series — exec-produced by the Grey’s Anatomy star — about his experience competing in the famed French race. Le Mans will air by mid-2013 on Velocity.

• Krista Allen (The Starter Wife) has joined the cast of The CW’s newest susder (by way of Canada), The L.A. Complex. Per Deadline, she’ll recur as an A-list movie star. The series premieres stateside April 24.

• NBC has given the green light to Stars Earn Stripes, a new competition series in which celebs take on various military challenges. Mark Burnett (Survivor), Dick Wolf (Law & Order) and David Hurwitz (Fear Factor) will exec-produce the project.

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• Former All My Children scribe Lorraine Broderick is joining Days of Our Lives as co-headwriter alongside Gary Tomlin and Christopher Whitesell, Soap Opera Digest confirms. The trio replace ousted writers Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas Jr.

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  1. dessy111 says:

    It’s good to see so much more Fringe coverage on tvline!

  2. austen says:

    What is? even I don’t know. Why can’t this be tonight’s episode?

  3. Ellen says:

    Can’t wait for FRINGE!!

  4. Polly says:

    if they show, even for an instant, the future from where the observers came from, i’ll be probably jumping on the couch Cruise-style :D

  5. mdaily says:

    Somebody catch my brain. I think it fell out with my eyeballs! Wow! Freaky Friday it is.

  6. alysa says:

    maybe its the observers world… those letters look familiar to the writing the observers do in they’re little notebooks. specifically i remember an episode from the first season when he was sitting in a diner writing stuff down.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Lorraine Broderick will be a breakdown writer for Days, not co-headwriter.

    I can wait for Fringe’s 19th episode!

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Yes, celebrities in military exercises… really Mark?

    • Angela says:

      The only good thing that will come from that idea is that it’ll be another show for “The Soup” to have fun with.

  9. Louise says:

    Please tv fox overlords, let fringe be fringe and bring it back for a 5th series…that is all.

  10. liddad says:

    From that trailer, it looks like we’re visiting the future!!!! :D
    It seems as if it’ll be a place where everybody has had their human rights taken away. Looks great, Can’t wait! :D

  11. Ana says:

    Is the best show, We get ready every Friday to see this Show.
    Is a must renew Show