Fringe: The Stars Talk Doppelgangers, New Realities & Tonight's New Episode

As I’m sure many of you know, Fringe returns tonight from the winter hiatus with the all-new episode “Back To Where You’ve Never Been”. As was mentioned in an article we posted earlier this week , back in October, TVOvermind visited the Vancouver set of Fringe and spoke with some of the stars about season 4. When the interviews occurred, only the first two episodes of the season had aired, so the actors were understandably vague about much of what was to come. However, tonight’s new episode was the one being filmed during the set visit, so some of the hints are now coming to fruition. Given where Fringe has gone this season, something on everyone’s mind was how the two universes can coexist relatively peacefully, considering the fact that they had basically been at war. The tension between the two sides is tangible, and it’s clear that none of the characters trust their alternates – especially after the revelation of a new breed of shapeshifter. As Olivia is quick to point out, Walternate was behind the previous generation, and this technology looks incriminatingly similar. Lance Reddick – who plays two versions of Phillip Broyles – discussed the fact that although the two sides have been working together, the tension has been building.  He also pointed out that "there’s potentially a third element that will be a danger to both universes that’s going to force them to work together". Jasika Nicole, who plays agents Astrid Farnsworth, went on to say that as crazy as things have been before, the dangers posed by this new threat will be even more severe. Read More...

Fringe Teaser Promises Everything Will Become Clear in January

Fringe  is coming back in January, and we're going with it to the Other Side. The show's fourth season went to hiatus last Friday with "Wallflower," a standalone episode that was great but wasn't midseason finale material. As it turns out, that's because the World Series pushed the real midseason finale, "Back to Where You've Never Been" to January 13, meaning that it will serve as the midseason premiere instead. As such, FOX has a lot of cool trailers for the episode ready to go. There's one titled "Clear," crafted by Fringe  trailer guru Ari Margolis . It's even more action-packed than the one that aired after "Wallflower," which hinted at the return of super-awesome villain David Robert Jones (Jared Harris). Read More...

Fringe Promo: An Old Villain Returns in Episode 4.08

Fringe  has just entered its long winter's hiatus, which will last until the show returns on January 13 with the episode "Back to Where You've Never Been." The episode, which was supposed to serve as the midseason finale until it was pushed back due to the World Series, looks like an action-packed affair. The episode, by the way, will be written by newcomer David Fury, who penned this season's "Alone in the World," but is better known for writing the iconic LOST  episode "Walkabout." "Back to Where You've Never Been" sees Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) build a bridge to the alternate universe in order to enlist Walternate's help in returning to his own timeline. The title of the episode refers to the fact that while Peter is familiar with an  alternate universe, it certainly isn't this one, which has forgotten that Peter exists just like the other universe. Here's hoping that this brings us a new hue for the Fringe opening credits -- those are always fun. Read More...

'Fringe' fall finale preview

We know exactly where you're going to be tonight, "Fringe" fans. Planted squarely on your couch. Forget bars and parties on Friday night. This week, it's all about the fall finale. (This wasn't actually supposed to be the finale, but the World Series mucked things up.)This week, when a man mysteriously dies by an invisible force and his corpse rapidly turns ghostly white, the Fringe team finds evidence that links the predator to someone who passed away with an unknown genetic disorder. Meanwhile, Olivia suffers from migraines. Well, who doesn't? If you can't get enough "Fringe," join executive producer @JWFringe for a live tweet-along during both the East coast and West coast broadcasts tonight. We'll be there too....

FRINGE “Wallflower” Season 4 Episode 7

FRINGE  “Wallflower” Season 4 Episode  7 airs Friday November 18 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis:  When a man mysteriously dies by an invisible force, his body rapidly begins turning ghostly white. The Fringe team learns that this is not an isolated incident, and there’s evidence that links the predator to someone who passed away with an unknown genetic disorder . Meanwhile, Olivia suffers from migraines in the all-new “Wallflower” episode of FRINGE airing Friday, Nov. 18 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Read More...

'Fringe' Videos: Onion Rings and Soul-Searching in 'Wallflower'

We've got Peter. We've established that -- at least in his mind -- Peter does not belong where he is. Is it time to move on and return to the yucky creepiness that best defines Fringe ? The answer, according to three video clips from this week's Fringe episode, "Wallflower," is both yes and no.

Fringe Teaser: "Wallflower"

Fringe needs your help, fans. The series dropped to an all-time low in viewers last week, leaving little doubt that this will be the final season for Peter, Olivia, Walter and company. The best thing you can do to avoid this fate for the series? Tune in. Tell your friends to tune in. And your family. And, heck, even your enemies. The drama needs all the help it can get. Below, we've posted the official FOX trailer for Friday's "Wallflower." It will find the team connecting a mysterious death with a genetic disorder; and it will feature a major migraine problem for Olivia, all of which is teased here: