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Fringe Season 5 Episode 3 “The Recordist”

Fringe  "The Recordist" Season 5 episode 3  airs Friday Oct 12, 2012(9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Episode Synopsis:  As the rogue Fringe team continues to fight off the oppressive Observers’ invasion, unforeseen events lead them into a forest where they encounter a strange subculture of people devoted to recording human history in "The Recordist" episode airing Friday, Oct. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Read More... //

'Fringe' scoop: Singer/actress Jill Scott set to visit the Fox sci-fi saga as...

The future-flung heroes of  Fringe , currently busy saving humanity from folically-challenged time travelers with noodle-baking psychic powers, are about to meet another kind of mentalist — and we’re not talking Patrick Jane or Sherlock Holmes. has learned that the producers of the soon-to-end Fox drama have cast singer-actress-poet  Jill Scott  in the role of Simone, described as "an incredibly intuitive woman, an oracle-like person." Read More... //

Fringe Set Interview: Joshua Jackson on Peter's Relationship with Olivia and Etta

Being frozen in amber for a couple decades is sure to cause some adjustment issues for a person, but even more so when your daughter continued to grow up while you remained the same age. Throw in marital tension and you have an awkward, though still loving, family reunion. Last week, TV Fanatic had the opportunity to visit the  Fringe  set in Vancouver (trip provided by Warner Bros TV) to speak with cast members Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv,  John Noble  and Jasika Nicole. Read More... //

Fringe Season 5 Episode 2 Preview “In Absentia”

With  episode one  in the books , it appears that  Fringe  has a lot of work to do. Coming into the season, I knew there was a great deal of world-building to be done, but I think I was a little bit naive about exactly how much world-building needed to be done. " Letters of Transit " may have set the stage for what was to come, but both the season five premiere and tonight’s episode continue to discuss the different elements at odds with each other while attempting to advance the plot. It’s quite a tall order for only thirteen episodes, but  Fringe  usually is entertaining while it attempts to piece together the necessary exposition to make the world  make sense. Read More... //

FRINGE Promo Previews the ‘Saga’ to Come

In case your brain was feeling particularly intact, why not watch this extended FRINGE promo and make it explode a little? FRINGE airs Fridays at 9 PM on Fox. Related: FRINGE: ‘In Absentia’ Photo Preview On the Set of FRINGE: John Noble Thanks the Fans FRINGE: Anna Torv on the ‘Huge Reboot,’ if She’s Still [...] //

'Fringe' Episode 5.2 Photos: Back in the Lab for 'In Absentia'

In order to move forward with their plans against the Observers, the team has to get back into Walter's old lab. What will they find there? Take a peek with these photos from "In Absentia," airing Friday, October 5 on FOX. //

FRINGE: ‘In Absentia’ Photo Preview

With so many familiar locations (and likely people) gone after FRINGE leaped forward to 2036, the pictures from this Friday’s episode, "In Absentia," which feature a key location for the series may have warmed my heart entirely too much. Take a look! FRINGE airs Fridays at 9 PM on Fox. Related: On the Set of [...] //

Fringe showrunner reveals surprising truth about amber's origins

Over five seasons, the team behind Fox's Fringe has built a dense sci-fi world full of quirks and nuance, all leading to the future-jump we saw this past Friday with the premiere of season five. But did you know one major plot point that has run the length of the series was actually retconned? //

'Fringe' Season 5 Interview: John Noble Talks About Walter's Future Troubles

Walter Bishop is a man who can face apocalypses and alternate universes. But what is Walter going to do in Fringe season 5 when he has to face the future? According to what John Noble says in this video interview, Walter Bishop is going to have a rough time in the upcoming final season. //

TV ratings: 'Fringe' and 'Made in Jersey' open quietly Friday as CBS leads the night

Fast National ratings for Friday, Sept. 28, 2012CBS had a pretty solid premiere Friday in viewers, although its new series "Made in Jersey" opened somewhat softly, falling short of the premiere of "A Gifted Man" last year.Elsewhere, "Grimm" scored the night's best adults 18-49 rating -- although it was only a 1.6 -- and "Fringe" began its final season with a smaller audience than last year's premiere.CBS averaged 9.25 million viewers and a 6.1 rating/11 share in households Friday night, leading the field by better than 4 million viewers. ABC (4.7 million, 3.1/6) came in second, beating NBC's 4.3 million viewers and 2.9/5. FOX (3.2 million, 2.1/4) took fourth. The CW brought in a little over 900,000 viewers and a 0.6/1.The adults 18-49 numbers were pretty meager across the board. ABC and CBS tied for the lead at 1.3. NBC was right behind at 1.2, and FOX posted a 1.1 in the demographic. The CW... //