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FIRST LOOK: 'Fringe' Season 5 Poster

The fifth and final season Fox's "Fringe" begins September 28, but the countdown to The End begins on Sunday, July 15 at Comic-Con. For the first (and last) time, the sci-fi saga's annual confab with fans -- always a lively and well-attended affair -- will take place inside Comic-Con’s largest venue, Hall H.

'Political Animals' lands 'Fringe' and 'Dexter' actors for guest-starring roles

USA's summer miniseries "Political Animals," starring Sigourney Weaver as former First Lady and current Secretary of State Elaine Barrish, has added a pair of familiar faces as guest stars. "Fringe" star Blair Brown has been cast as Barbara Berg, the mother of Carla Gugino's reporter character who is looking for political scoopage on Barrish and her family, reports TV Line. Brown will appear in the fifth episode of the six-part miniseries. And according to the Hollywood Reporter, David Monahan, most recently seen on "Dexter," but who is best known for playing Detective Seely on NBC's "Crossing Jordan," will guest star on "Political Animals" as a closeted Republican congressman. He'll appear in the fourth episode of the series. "Political Animals" premieres Sunday, July 15 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on USA....

Jeff Pinkner Steps Down as Fringe Producer

In an unexpected move, Jeff Pinkner - who has helped run Fringe along with J.H. Wyman season Season 2 - has stepped down as executive producer, co-creator J.J. Abrams confirms in a statement. He will not play any role in Fringe Season 5 at all, leaving Wyman in charge and amicably leaving to focus on other projects.   Read More...

'Fringe' Season 5 premiere titled 'Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11'

In a couple of weeks, our favorite fall TV series will go back into production as casts and crews return to set -- but of course, the writers have already been toiling away for weeks. "Fringe" executive producer J.H. Wyman teased fans on Tuesday with a sneak peek at the cover page for the show's Season 5 premiere, titled "Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11."As expected, Season 5 will feature a time-jump to 2036, after Peter and Walter have been trapped in amber for 20 years or so. "Do you think they'll have peacoats in 2036?" Josh Jackson asked coyly on Twitter after the show was renewed for Season 5. Of course, Olivia and Astrid will also feature in the future, so don't fret, Fringies. John Noble confirmed to TVLine that even the Observer tyranny can't keep the team apart. "Walter, Olivia, Astrid and Peter are insurgents, so we know all the dirty tricks that have been...

'Fringe' Season 5 Spoilers: What Kind of Time-Jump Can We Expect?

If the people behind Fringe want to keep secrets, they probably shouldn't let John Noble talk. The show's star went and talked to reporters at the Critics' Choice Awards -- and spilled a whole lot of beans on Fringe season 5. Keep reading to find out what we can expect.

Fringe: Warner Bros. Teases Final Comic-Con Panel

Fringe: Warner Bros. Teases Final Comic-Con Panel With the end of Fringe in sight - as the show has been renewed for a shortened fifth and final season - Warner Bros. wants to assure Fringe fans that they're going to get a very good experience for the final Comic-Con panel of the show. We know that Fringe , along with several other new and returning Warner Bros. shows , will be coming to San Diego for the annual convention, taking place June 12 to 15.  For the first - and last - time, the show will host its panel in the largest room at the convention center (Hall H) and it will take place on Sunday, the final day of the convention! Here's what the studio has teased about this panel:

'Supernatural' and 'Fringe' head to Comic-Con 2012 along with 'Vampire Diaries' and more WB favorites

It's that time of year again, nerds! We'll all descend on San Diego this July for Comic-Con 2012, and news about the upcoming panels is just starting to trickle out from the major studios. Warner Bros. always has a significant presence at Comic-Con, and this year, it'll be even bigger, as "Fringe" and "The Big Bang Theory" move from Ballroom 20 to the much larger Hall H, along with "Supernatural."They're bringing some old favorites as well as the new shows we're looking forward to, like "666 Park Avenue," "Cult," "The Following," "Arrow," and "Revolution" -- all of which will be screened to give fans a special sneak peek on Wednesday, July 11.There's more info from the press release below. Which panels will you be attending?PLEASE NOTE: Series stars and creative teams scheduled to attend are subject to change. Additional information on panel sessions, signings and other events will be provided as news breaks. Panel times...

‘Fringe’ May Be Back for 5th Season, But One Cast Member Won’t Be

The viewers of  Fringe  are, more likely than not, going to be upset about a recent casting  change on the fan favorite FOX drama that was just  announced. Actor Seth Gabel, who has played Lincoln Lee on the series since 2010, will not be returning as a series regular. According to a recent interview at  TV Line , lead actress  Anna Torv shared that the odds of (Seth) returning are slim. She stated, “I don’t think [we'll see Lincoln again] unless we go to the other side.” Read More...  


It’s time for the TEEN CHOICE AWARDS 2012! Keep reading for the first wave of nominees… MOVIES Choice Movie: Action “Abduction” “Act of Valor” “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” “Red Tails” “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”   Choice Movie Actor: Action Tom Cruise, “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” Robert Downey, Jr., “Sherlock Holmes: A [...]

TV Ratings: 'Fringe' finale rises while CBS heavy hitters slide

"Fringe" has been picked up for a fifth and final season, so the ratings are of little consequence to fans at this point -- but you'll still be glad to hear that Friday night's Season 4 finale ratings were slightly better than the week before. Even "The Finder," which was canceled by FOX this week, saw a small ratings boost. (Perhaps because by now, everyone's already seen "The Avengers"?)Per usual, "Undercover Boss," "Blue Bloods" and "CSI: NY" helped CBS secure yet another win on Friday, though all three shows were slightly down from last week.CBS won the night with an average of 8.4 million viewers with 5.5 ratings/10 share in households. It easily beat second place ABC, (4.9 million 3.3/6) and third place NBC (3.6 million, 3.1/6). Finally, FOX trailed at 3.6 million viewers (2.3/4) with The CW in last place with 1.5 million (1.0/2).In the 18-49 demographic, ABC won the night (1.5) followed by...