Fox has released the first trailer for Being Human, the futuristic cop drama from J.J. Abrams and J.H. Wyman that stars Karl Urban as a police officer and Michael Ealy as his android partner.
As The CW banishes its poor-performing new drama “Cult” to Fridays, Anna Pinkert considers the night’s reputation as “the death slot,” and those genre series that have whistled past the programming graveyard — and thrived.
And so, it’s all over: Fringe finished its five year run on Friday with a double-episode, “Liberty” and “An Enemy of Fate,” bringing an end to the Weird Science saga – and specifically, the plot about the Observers’ occupation of a future Earth. Did it all end in tears? Were all questions answered? Unsurprisingly, we have five thoughts about the way that everything ended up.
After yesterday’s Fringe finale, I’ve found myself thinking of what a good final episode needs in order to fully satisfy the expectations of its viewers (and especially the long-term fans). Surely it’s something more than just tying up all the loose ends, right…?
Fringe star Joshua Jackson says goodbye to the Fox series, teases tonight’s finale and looks back at five years exploring the unknown in the fan-favorite serial television show that refused to quit.
Tomorrow sees the final episode of Fox’s Fringe, bringing to an end the five-year run of the at-times spectacular, at-times infuriating science fiction series. As the fourth season ended last year and we were told that the final year of the show would take place in the future setting of the episode “Letters of Transit,” I had five questions I wanted answered in the final year. But did I get the answers that I wanted?
Both Fox’s Fringe and A&E’s Bates Motel get the word out about their upcoming finale and premiere respectively with unnerving posters
It’s the penultimate episode of Fox’s Fringe, and now that we now the identity of Donald, perhaps it’s time that even more revelations started to flow about the various mysteries of this season, no? Then again, maybe it’s just time to raise more questions… Here are five from “The Boy Must Live”!
Fringe star John Noble looks back on five years of playing Walter Bishop, teasing his role in next week’s finale and recalling some of his most memorable experiences on the cult-favorite series.
ith only four episodes left, it’s time for Fringe to start answering some questions – Starting with the most obvious one left over from last week’s episode: “What’s the deal with the mysterious Observer child?” Well, that and the identity of Donald, of course…
In last week’s episode of Fringe, Peter rediscovered his humanity and Olivia apparently rediscovered her spine. But does that mean that things are headed back to normal for the show? Well, judging by this week’s episode, apparently so (as long as animated dream sequences are included). Five questions about “Black Blotter,” coming right up…
Back after its short break, this week’s episode of Fringe brought Peter closer to the Observer he blames for Etta’s death – and further away from his own humanity, at the same time. With Walter and Olivia busy chasing down objects for a plan that may not work, is everything falling apart in “The Human Kind”?