Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode FRINGE "Brown Betty" Season 2 Episode 20 airing Thursday April 29 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis: While Walter deals with some very upsetting news, he tells Olivia's niece, Ella (guest star Lily Pilblad), a fairy tale that includes musical performances by Olivia and Agent Broyles in the all-new "Brown Betty" episode of FRINGE airing Thursday, April 29 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Promo
If this noir-esque trailer is any indication, the Fringe musical episode (airing Thursday) is going to be out of this world... Source & Video
The musical episode of Fringe will be airing on April 29. We already posted a batch of photos from the upcoming episode and now FOX has released another batch, which you can view below. SINGING AND DANCING OCCURS WHEN WALTER EXPOLRES HIS MIND ON AN ALL-NEW 'FRINGE' THURSDAY, APRIL 29, ON FOX. To Read More Click Here .
Worried that this upcoming second season finale of FRINGE can't possibly top last May's Oh-no-they-didn't just reveal that Olivia and William Bell were perched atop a very-much-still-intact World Trade Center in the alternate universe jaw dropper? Don't be. 'It blew my mind when I read it,' revealed Lance Reddick of this May's upcoming two-part season ender during a conversation with the TV Addict on a recent visit to the set of FRINGE. On the second-to-last page I was shocked and when I got to the last page, I was floored! I was like, 'No' to the point where I was like please no, please no, don't you have that be it To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode FRINGE "The Man from the Other Side" Season 2 Episode 19 airing Thursday April 22 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis: When two teenagers on a date turn up "dead" at an abandoned warehouse with the three puncture wounds to the soft palate - a trademark of the shape-shifters - the Fringe team investigates the evidence as well as the motives of mastermind Newton. Upon discovering a shape-shifting embryo, Walter returns to the lab to conduct further analysis, and Olivia and Peter head to Massive Dynamic for answers. Meanwhile, Peter reveals a family secret to Olivia as Walter struggles to recall what Newton knows about "building a door" in the all-new "The Man from the Other Side" episode of FRINGE airing Thursday, April 22 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview
Having just shot what will be his final appearance as enigmatic genius Dr. William Bell in TV's Fringe, (Nimoy) says he's retiring from acting altogether. This also means no more Spock Prime in J.J. Abrams' new Trek franchise.
Peter Weller has had an enormously successful run with the Science Fiction genre. From the cult hit Buckaroo Bonzai to the iconic RoboCop, Weller always leaves behind an artistically sound crafting of character that dominates the mood and vibe of whatever he works on. No stranger to television, having played one of 24's most loved villains Christopher Henderson, Weller returns to the small screen this week in Fringe "White Tulip," airing Thursday April 15th at 9pm EST on FOX. In the episode, Weller plays a â¦. spoiler alert â¦. time traveler who is trying to undo a past mistake. Coming back to television wasn't something Weller took lightly. "I have to tell you honestly Iâm very discerning about prime time television guest stars [roles], a lot of it is entertaining but sort of hamstrung stuff. Fringe is unique. Fringe is the best that science fiction can be. Itâs fantastic, and itâs entertaining, but at the same time it has a humanist theme to it of people, places, things, and relationships." Weller told a gathering of reporters on a conference call held this morning. "It is rare that you see episodic television that has a four-page acting scene." Weller said, setting up the meatiness of his Fringe character. "Itâs a guy who is going back in time and heâs making some serious sacrifices in terms of other peopleâs livelihood and well-being, to get back to save his wife from dying in a ridiculous moment of a mistake he made. Heâs trying to find redemption, and go back to the only person who really means anything to him." To Read More Click Here .
The highly anticipated 'Musical' episode of Fringe is coming up just two weeks from tomorrow. Recently retitled to "Brown Betty," much of the episode takes place within Walter's drug addled mind - no surprise there. The episode will take advantage of the musical skills of many of the cast members. I'm most looking forward to Lance Reddick, who aside from playing some bad ass creepy characters is one cool cat in the Jazz scene. Here are the images and the description. SINGING AND DANCING OCCURS WHEN WALTER EXPOLRES HIS MIND ON AN ALL-NEW âFRINGEâ THURSDAY, APRIL 29, ON FOX. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of an upcoming episode FRINGE "White Tulip" Season 2 Episode 18 airing Thursday April 15 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis: When passengers aboard a commuter train appear to have died a still death, it seems that a switch was flipped because all cell phones, mp3 players, laptops, batteries and bodies have been drained of power. As the Fringe team assembles at the bizarre crime scene, Peter remains suspicious that something is amiss with Walter, who is struggling to keep the unimaginable a secret. When the investigation leads them to Alistair Peck (guest star Weller), a very powerful man who has tremendous energy with severe consequences, an ironic set of circumstances surface in the all-new "White Tulip" episode of FRINGE airing Thursday, April 15 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview
Fringe's second season has really been getting into the mythology of the series while maintaining the week-to-week theme of a procedural. Episode 2.18 of the series, "The Man from the Other Side," is obviously one of those episodes - you can just tell from the title. The "Other Side," along with "Over There," is a term often used on the show to delineate the alternate universe which has been causing such a big problem for our characters. You know, big problems like shape-shifting soldiers taking on the appearance of Olivia's dead partner and plotting to kill her. Those soldiers haven't been seen much since "Grey Matters," where they briefly kidnapped Walter. They're led by Thomas Newton (Sebastian Roche), who is also a shapeshifter. The one thing I'm still not sure about them, though, is what exactly they are. We know that they're at least partially robotic - they bleed mercury and can have their decapitated heads reattached like nobody's business. But, as the press release for this episode shows, they can also apparently be fetuses. At least, there can be fetuses that are shapeshifters. It's really confusing. Check out these promotional photos from the episode, which will air April 22. To Read More Click here .