Fringe Observer PSA 2: The Observing

The Observer PSA series continues on  Fringe ! This time, the chief spokesperson for the Observers is discussing how to make travel arrangements . Let’s just say that the guys who ran the Apartheidgovernment  in South Africa would be proud of how the Observers are doing business. However, this announcement came with a little extra something spliced in to the video. Watch carefully for secret messages from the resistance. Apparently, we have some people who are not so interested in heeding, obeying, and serving. I wonder who are the leaders  of the resistance (I’m looking at you, Desmond from Lost ). I guess we’ll all just have to wait and see. Read More...  

'Fringe' Season 5 Video: Another Friendly Warning from the Observers

Maybe the Observers really aren't so bad in the dystopian future of Fringe season 5? After all, they keep making helpful PSAs so that humans (or "Natives," as the Observers like to call us) will know how to behave at all times! It's almost nice. Or it would be, if it were not so menacing and creepy.

'Fringe' Season 5 Spoilers: Death, the Series Finale and Mysterious Photos

The end is near. The beginning of the end is near anyway. Fringe season 5 -- the final season for the series -- will begin soon. What can we expect and when can we expect it? We have spoilers, answers and even some photos here.

'Fringe': Did Olivia amber herself? Plus the series finale date revealed

We are almost exactly three weeks away from the last "Fringe" season premiere ever, and we're still in the dark about... well, pretty much everything. Executive producer J.H. Wyman isn't exactly spilling the beans about our upcoming trip to 2036, so we've had to gather tiny bits of intel here and there.Here's what we do know: Olivia (Anna Torv) becomes an official member of the Bishop family. The wedding ring on Peter's (Joshua Jackson) finger isn't exactly subtle in this promo clip. We can also see that Peter and Olivia did get to spend a few good years with their daughter, Henrietta, before they were torn apart by the Observers and the amber. We also know that when Walter gets to the future, as seen in last season's "Letters of Transit" episode, things aren't going to go easy. The image of him bloody and bound to a chair in this clip won't be soon forgotten....

FRINGE Series Finale Date Revealed

When Fox Chairman of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, spoke with reporters after his summer Television Critics Association panel, he said that the series finale for FRINGE would air in January of 2013. But things have changed. According to a tweet from FRINGE showrunner J.H. Wyman, the final hour of the series will air on February 1, [...]

Fringe promo: Heed, obey, and serve The Observers...or else!

The Observers are dishing out some serious threats. In the latest Fringe promo, they're laying down the law. Resistance is futile, and if you choose to rebel, there's a special form of punishment waiting for you.

FRINGE: Lance Reddick on Saying Goodbye to the Show

As we inch closer to FRINGE’s final season, it’s also starting to sink in more and more that the show is only 13 episodes from being over. At Comic-Con, FRINGE star Lance Reddick (Broyles) talked with reporters about saying goodbye to the show (and its fans), if viewers should expect Broyles to immediately reunite with [...]

Fringe Trailer: Why Is Walter All Bloody?

It looks like Walter Bishop is in major trouble when Fringe returns for its final season. The latest trailer for the Fox series begins where the last one ended, depicting Peter ( Joshua Jackson ) and Olivia ( Anna Torv ) happily picnicking with their daughter Etta off to the side. That is until The Observers arrive. By the end of the 30-second spot, Walter ( John Noble ) is bloody and being told, "You are fighting a lot more than I would've thought possible."

FRINGE Season 5 Promo — With New Footage!

We’re less than six weeks away from the premiere of the final season of FRINGE, and the first on-air promo has just been released! And even better? It’s nearly all new season 5 footage! Take a look at the quasi-spoilery spot! PS – Did anyone notice a certain ring on a certain finger?! FRINGE’s final [...]

'Fringe's' Lance Reddick on Season 5 and 'The Wire'

Zap2it recently caught up with "Fringe" star Lance Reddick at the 38th Annual Saturn Awards. He talks with us about the last season of "Fringe," his upcoming projects and thoughts on "The Wire.""Fringe" won the Saturn Award for Best Network Television Series, while Anna Torv won for Best Actress on Television. As we reported, John Noble and Blair Brown's illnesses have delayed production on the show until Aug. 7. Reddick confirms the episodes will air on schedule, with the premiere scheduled for Sept. 28.Reddick could not reveal whose side Broyles is on this season He tells us, "Ironically this season I actually know but I can't tell you."Last season on "Fringe", Agent Broyles aged 20 years in one episode. When asked about the difficulty of playing an aged Broyles with the heavy makeup required, Reddick laughed. "I was in the chair for three hours. It was only one episode and I wasn't in that...