Fringe alum Anna Torv will return to the small screen with a lead role in Ryan Murphy’s new HBO series Open.
Fox has unveiled the poster for the fifth and final season of Fringe showing Peter Bishop, Olivia Dunham and Walter Bishop depicted in graffiti as revolutionary icons in the year 2036. The series returns Friday, Sept. 28.
Fringe Executive Producer Joel Wyman and stars Josh Jackson, Anna Torv, John Noble and Jasika Nicole reflected at Comic-Con International on four years of the show and prepare for their curtain call in September.
The Fringe cast and crew come together one last time at Comic-Con International to tease the concluding season, look back on their time together and thank the fans for their support.
Bringing to an end weeks, if not months, of hand-wringing, Fox announced last night that it has picked up the cult science-fiction drama for a fourth season. Updated!
A major milestone in both the season and the series was reached on tonight’s all-new episode of Fringe — but progress doesn’t come without its costs, and this time, it came at the expense of a main character’s life.
Actress Anna Torv spoke with Spinoff Online about working in parallel universes, playing two very different versions of the same character, and how Fringe has altered her own philosophical outlook.
Even as Olivia Dunham’s fate hangs in the balance, the highly trained FBI agent has time for a visit from her mom in the upcoming third season of Fringe