Fringe Cancellation Buzz Update: Four More Seasons to Come? - Featured

Unfortunately for Fox, its decision to move Fringe to Thursdays has not paid off with solid ratings.


Hopefully, however, the network will give the drama time to settle in, as Jeff Pinkner says he and fellow producers are "only limited by our own imaginations." They have many stories left to tell.


"If we're lucky enough, we have six seasons that we're really excited about," he said recently. "Once you start to get into this wonderful framework of the characters and stuff, it's so much fun. We're constantly saying, 'Oh, what about this?' and then all of a sudden, we're like, 'Well, that will be a season three thing, yeah.'


"Then before you know it, there's so many things on the season three pile that you realize it takes shape."


So far, thankfully, there's no indication that Fox isn't open to at least a third season of the show. To find out how season two may conclude, browse through our section of Fringe spoilers now.


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Dec 2, 2009 8:10PM EST

Fringe is a better plot than it is an actual show. I think two things hurt this show, the main character is not as intriging as they need her to be. They cast her to be the new Sydney Bristow, but it turns out its not as easy to replace Jennifer Garner as they may have thought. A different actress to play Oliva Dunum would have made all of the difference. The other actors are all great in their roles, even a surprisingly strong performance by Joshua Jackson. The second thing is their story telling. They do not seem to know whether they are a show about one particular subject i.e., multi-verse, or are they just a new case week to week show? There are times when the show goes for weeks without really getting back to their main plot, and the plot is great, they just need to really narrow in on it. This isnt a show right now that I feel I can't miss. I will go weeks without seeing it live then just come and watch two or three episodes of it on sidereel. It doesn't quite have me hooked like Lost or Alias does and did. I'll still watch it and hope they find their groove because it is a really good plot, and I hope they do continue to get seasons, but right now they are just laying in the weeds right outside of being a really good show, but not quite able to turn that corner.

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Dec 3, 2009 2:11PM EST

I agree completely with what you were saying. I think the actress picked to play Olivia was a bad choice. Is there really no good American actresses out there anymore that we need to always use British and Australians?!?! I thought she would improve but she's still pretty boring. There are some weeks that I have no clue what the storyline for the episode is about. One week they'll be dealing with the other universe, then the next couple weeks it'll be a procedural show with random freaks showing up. I just wish they could stick with a storyline and run with it.

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Dec 3, 2009 6:08PM EST

I actually like the way that the show works, I feel like it really gets to set in when there is a big idea at the end of an episode and they don't deal with it straight away the next episode. It also seems like Fringe actually credits the viewers with more intelligence than others, we aren't all so easily confused about what's happening and its amazing when everything is tied together eventually (thinking back to the Season 1 finale). If they concentrated on simply going toward one conclusion it wouldn't have the same effect, since, as we've learned, everything is connected somehow.

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Dec 4, 2009 1:39AM EST

I see this show as an adventure into the human mind. They writers spend a lot of time developing characters for us on screen, so much so in fact that the plot is often muddled. While I am a fan of a great plot and constant forward motion I can appreciate watching a person develop. Essentially, the plot is secondary as a device to show us how the characters grow.
(Unless it is Olivia, she hasn't changed much and remains a bore.)

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