FRINGE: J.H. Wyman Answers a Couple ‘The Boy Must Live’ Burning Questions. Plus, John Noble on Walter’s Destiny

[This post contains spoilers for the FRINGE episode "The Boy Must Live." Please don't read this until you've viewed the episode, or important aspects of the hour will be ruined for you.] With only two hours left of FRINGE, Friday’s antepenultimate episode, “The Boy Must Live,” set up a few important things: Walter’s original timeline [...]

Fringe Season 5 Episode 11 “The Boy Must Live”

Fringe  “The Boy Must Live” Season 5 episode 11  airs Friday Jan 11, 2013 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis:  As time dramatically ticks down toward the end of this acclaimed series, Peter, Olivia and Walter stop at nothing to save the universe from Observer rule. Walter enters the infamous deprivation tank in an attempt to uncover a key piece of information about the mysterious figure, Donald. Meanwhile, Captain Windmark sets out on a revealing mission of his own as long-standing questions are answered in the all-new “The Boy Must Live” episode of FRINGE airing Friday, Jan. 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT). READ MORE...

FRINGE’s J.H. Wyman on the Donald Twist: ‘I Promise There Are Going to be a Lot of Reveals’

After months of teasing, Donald’s identity was revealed in the last new episode of FRINGE…and it was none other than September. But since they have no idea where he is in 2036, where does Team Fringe go from here? “Let’s just say that’s not the end of it,” FRINGE showrunner J.H. Wyman teased of the [...]

'Fringe' Spoilers and Video Sneak Peeks for 'This Boy Must Live': A Sacrifice Must Be Made

Grab some tissues, because there are only three hours of Fringe remaining. Only two more Fridays of watching Peter, Olivia, Walter, and Astrid attempt to save the world. Will it be a happy ending? They could fail. Or, they could succeed, but at what cost? In this week's "This Boy Must Be Saved" we get a glimpse at what it will take to rid the planet of the Observer rule.

'Fringe' clip: Walter remembers everything about Peter's past

We are officially not ready to say goodbye to "Fringe." The final episode before the two-hour premiere will air on Friday, Jan. 11, titled "The Boy Must Live." In addition to being a truly powerful love letter to longtime fans -- including a nod to the Comic-Con 2012 white tulip tribute -- it returns the series to its roots, thematically focusing on the bond between a father and son in several different ways. Within the first three minutes of the episode, we'll learn that Walter (John Noble) remembers everything that Peter (Joshua Jackson) remembers -- and more importantly, that the audience remembered. After a new timeline was created in Season 4, this version of Walter couldn't remember his time with Peter from the early seasons. Thanks to a little mind-meddling from Michael, the child Observer, Walter has his memories back. "I remember when you came to me at St. Claire's. My first words, 'I thought...

FRINGE: Watch a (Spoilery) Peter-Walter Scene from ‘The Boy Must Live’

I’m torn about the following FRINGE clip being released. On one hand, it’s my absolute favorite scene of the entire antepenultimate episode (and I vaguely mentioned that in my tease post), but it’s also, in my opinion, pretty freaking spoilery. But since Fox released it, clearly they’re OK with it being out there. So, I’m [...]

#Fringe SPOILER ALERT: Flash forward to the year 2609 in 'The Boy Must Live'

We're still not ready to say goodbye to "Fringe," but we're going to have to get used to the idea -- there's only one more episode left before the two-hour finale event airs on January 18. Zap2it just got a sneak peek at the next new episode, "The Boy Must Live," which will air on January 11. In the most recent episode, we barely had time to recover from Nina's death when it was revealed that Donald, Walter's mysterious partner in his quest to save the world, was actually September, our favorite Observer. In "The Boy Must Live," some of the biggest questions about September are finally answered when we reunite with the one who started it all. The episode is best described as a gift to longtime fans of the show, returning to the core themes of the first season and packed with callbacks to memorable early moments, of both the heartwarming and heartbreaking...