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