The critically acclaimed cult series "Fringe" took its final bow on Friday night with a two-hour finale event on FOX, after hanging on for five seasons despite low ratings and risky storylines. We're still sorting through the science fiction of it all, but emotionally, the finale was immensely satisfying, bringing the "Fringe" team to a heartbreaking but hopeful conclusion. As expected, Walter had to sacrifice himself -- traveling with the child Observer, Michael, into the distant future in order to create a time-paradox which would prevent the Observers from invading in 2015. In order to complete the plan, the team used all of the previous Fringe events they'd experienced as weapons against the Observers -- which, as Walter so eloquently put it, was "cool."When Peter realized that Walter was going to go into the future, he called out to him, "I love you, Dad," and our hearts broke, even though the audience couldn't even hear... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/01/fringe-finale-peter-says-goodbye-to-walter----did-the-ending-satisfy-you.html
Fringe "Liberty/An Enemy of Fate" Season 5 finale airs Friday Jan 18, 2013 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. This is the series finale of Fringe. Episode Synopsis: The acclaimed series that has explored the human condition through the prism of parallel universes, unexplainable phenomena and unimaginable threats, reaches a milestone 100th episode and comes to an epic and climatic conclusion. First, the Fringe team engages a desperate plan as Olivia embarks on a dangerous and otherworldly journey into the unknown. Then, Peter, Olivia, Walter, Astrid and Broyles face off against the Observers in one final and extraordinary battle for the fate of mankind. The five-season saga comes to an epic and emotional end in the special two-hour "Liberty/An Enemy of Fate" series finale episode of FRINGE airing Friday, Jan. 18 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT). READ MORE...
If this poster is any indication of what's in store, things look pretty good for hairy humans. http://www.tv.com/news/fringes-series-finale-poster-is-creepy-obviously-30402/
It may soon be gone, but Fringe will never be forgotten. Especially now that Warner Bros., Fox and Insight Editions have teamed up for September's Notebook — The Bishop Paradox , a comprehensive slice of magnificence that serves as both a full-blown celebration of the past five seasons and a key plot point within the show itself. http://www.tvguide.com/News/Fringe-Septembers-Notebook-1058715.aspx?rss=breakingnews