Fringe Exclusive: Major Final-Season Time Jump Is Planned, Plus [Spoiler] Returns!
In the Season 4 Fringe episode “Letters of Transit,” which was set in the year 2036, Peter says that he, Walter et al had been trapped in amber for some 20 years. So it would stand to reason that if the Fox drama’s final season jumps ahead in time, it would be either by a little… or a lot.
The answer, to hear John Noble tell it, is …READ MORE
Leonard Nimoy and John Noble Tease Fringe Finale - Plus Check Out the Wild New Trailer
As Leonard Nimoy recalls of his previous Fringe run (which closed Season 2), “The [William] Bell character was unresolved. We didn’t quite know whether to trust him or what his intentions really were.”
Well, given the events of Season 4’s penultimate episode, I think we can file this genius scientist under “Not trustworthy.” READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Exclusive: Fringe Stars Talk Finale ('We Shot Two Endings'), Drop Clue About Season 5 Storyline
Fox’s Fringe, which for four years now has traded in dual universes, doppelgängers and shape-shifting body doubles, is fittingly prepping alt versions of its Season 4 finale, as Fox and Warner Bros. TV continue to negotiate the possibility of a Season 5.
“We’ve shot two [endings],” John Noble told TVLine … READ MORE
Fringe: Scoop on Peter's Homecoming, 'Meana,' the Top-Secret Episode 19 and Two Finale Plans
Fringe is new tonight (Fox, 9/8c) — and new every Friday from here on, straight through to the May 11 finale. And as with any home stretch of the series, lips are getting tight as to what’s to come (especially as regards the annually out-there Episode 19, which this year features Lost‘s Henry Ian Cusick, a “Young Olivia” and an “Old Nina”).
Here’s what the cast and EP Jeff Pinkner shared … READ MORE
Fringe First Look: Best Walter Promo Ever?
Need proof that Fringe scene-stealer John Noble has given birth to one of TV’s most delightfully unhinged mad scientists ever? Look no further than the following promo, featuring a collection of the best “Walterisms” from the show’s first four seasons. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Exclusive First Look Video: Fringe Goes Astrid-Centric With 'Breathtaking' Episode
This Friday, Fringe boldly goes where no episode of the Fox thriller has gone before: inside the mind of Astrid.
Yep, producers are finally giving Walter’s tireless lab assistant (played by the underrated Jasika Nicole) an episode all her own, and word is the long-anticipated hour is out of this freakin’ world. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Fringe Cast Previews Peter's Return: 'It's Certainly Not the Reunion He Wished For'
He’s back! Peter Bishop has returned to Fringe, and there will be plenty of fallout starting with this Friday’s episode (Fox, 9/8c). What does this homecoming mean for the members of the Fringe division? And how has Peter’s absence changed them? TVLine got the scoop from the cast …READ MORE
Fringe Cast Previews Peter's Return and the Big New Threat to Both Universes
Fringe fans, the wait is almost over: Peter Bishop will be making his way home to the Fox series (Fridays at 9/8c), and sooner rather than later. But the return won’t be without its complications.
John Noble predicts that the reunion between father and son …READ MORE
Fringe Exclusive: John Noble Shares a 'Wonderful' Reunion With Joshua Jackson
The very good news for Fringe viewers is that somewhere between Episodes 3 and 6 of the coming season, John Noble and Joshua Jackson will reunite on screen. READ MORE
Fringe's John Noble On Season 4's Big Mystery: 'Walter Without Peter Is a Very Sad Man'
Yes, Fringe‘s Walter — John Noble — knows as well as you do what an important role Joshua Jackson’s Peter plays, not only in his character’s life but in the context of the show. So when he visited the TVLine interview suite at Comic-Con, he was ready, willing and more than able to expound on the impact of last season’s game-changing finale. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO