Emmys

What the Spock?! Fringe's Emmy Snubs Are 'Ridiculous,' Says Leonard Nimoy

Academy voters might want to go to bed with the lights on tonight, for fear of getting a Vulcan death grip in their sleep.

In the wake of Fringe getting snubbed wholesale by this year’s Emmy Award nominations — never mind the lack of John Noble love, there’s not even a techy nod to be found — sometime guest star/forever sci-fi icon Leonard Nimoy has let his feelings on the matter be known. 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

Chuck Lorre on Big Bang's Big Get: 'We're Very Excited' to Have Leonard Nimoy Haunt Sheldon

Just as Star Trek‘s U.S.S. Enterprise was on a five-year mission to explore strange new worlds and all that, The Big Bang Theory has been on a five-year mission to land Leonard Nimoy as a guest star. And as TVLine first reported earlier this week, the sci-fi icon will be making a trek to the CBS hitcom, to lend his voice to an out-of-this-world moment. READ MORE

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Fringe Exclusive: Anna Torv Shares Her Take On a Very Spocking Twist

Viewers of Fox’s Fringe (Fridays at 9/8c) were left to utterly geek out at the close of last week’s episode, when William Bell’s “soul magnets” theory proved legit, and the late great scientist inhabited Olivia’s body.

Make no mistake, Anna Torv herself was agog when she first learned of the twist – one that forced into her repertoire a third Fringe characterization. “This is not one I had been asking for!” the actress admits with a laugh. READ MORE