Next Friday, it will all be over for fans of Fox's super-freaky but deeply heartfelt sci-fi extravaganza Fringe. And quite a ride it's been, through parallel universes and surreal head trips and baffling time leaps, landing its heroes into a climactic war for humanity's survival against the invading Observers, oppressive Mean Baldies from the future who favor intellect over pesky emotion.read more
It may soon be gone, but Fringe will never be forgotten. Especially now that Warner Bros., Fox and Insight Editions have teamed up for September's Notebook — The Bishop Paradox, a comprehensive slice of magnificence that serves as both a full-blown celebration of the past five seasons and a key plot point within the show itself.read more
All hail the Observers!
Fringe takes a trip into the future in Friday's episode (9/8c, Fox). Lest we forget, it's Episode 19 for the season, which traditionally means it will be chock-full of craziness (See: Last season's switch from live-action to animation in "Lysergic Acid Diethylmide").
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In "Letters of Transit," the future is not all it's cracked up to be since the Observers have officially taken over planet Earth, wiping out most of the human population. Similar to last season's finale, which ventured 15 years into the present, Friday's hour-long thrill ride will offer up a chance to see what life could be like if humans were at the bottom of the food chain, so to speak. To get acquainted with this version of the future, here are five things to expect:read more