After five wonderful years, Fringe finishes its outstanding and improbable run with a gripping conclusion that leaves fans in the typical Fringe fashion of satisfying confusion.
Being the last season, season five of Fringe leaves no question that the season will be filled with action and suspense as all of our questions from the last four years will get answers.
In the midseason end "Wallflower," the Fringe team is on the hunt for an invisible man as Agent Lee comes to grips with his new assignment at Fringe division and the insanity that comes with it.
After a short hiatus for the baseball playoffs, Fringe is back with "Novation" as we discover more about Peter's miraculous return and the team hunt down the newest hybrid shapeshifter running amok.
With two weeks in the can for television (minus Sunday of course), we can finally take a look at the post premiere numbers and see how our TV cancelation betting pool is going.
Fringe One Night in October
In tonight's Fringe we follow Olivia as she goes over to the other side to assist the alternate Fringe team solve a string of high profile murders. The real key is we finally get to see what happens when you put both Olivia and B-livia together on the same case. Will they get a better understanding of each other, or will they just be at each other's throats?
Fringe Neither Here Nor There
Sometimes answers lead to more questions.
Fringe returns for it's 4th season premiere with a vengeance and full of mystery. Picking up a short time after we left off last season, we find that the two Fringe divisions have come to an uneasy truce with each other, sharing intelligence to help keep the peace and find a way to return both worlds to normal. The real question though, as it was at season finale, is what happened to Peter Bishop and will anyone remember him.
FOX has taken the surprising move of being generally conservative with their new show scheduling. Most shows from last season return this season with only three new series launching this fall.
It's well known that I'm a massive fan of Fringe, naming it one of my top shows you didn't watch in 2010. Today, Fox released the 4th of their teaser trailers, chock full of hidden messaging and intrigue.
Fringe returns for its 4th season on September 23, 2011 on Fox.
Read on for the previous three teasers in the series.
As 2010 comes to a close, many writers take the time to write about the best shows of 2010. They often write about the popular and well received shows, categorizing them into the "best" field, but more often than not, it's the shows that are NOT being watched that deserve words of praise and encouragement.
So in light of this fact, I bring you my list of the top 5 shows that you didn't watch in 2010 in the hopes that you will make them part of your 2011 watching resolutions. The following shows are "on the bubble" are all severely underrated and could use a little bit of love.