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.
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Star Trek‘s Karl Urban and Friday Night Lights alum Minka Kelly have joined the cast of Human, the futuristic cop drama from J.J. Abrams and J.H. Wyman.
The CW moves forward with two post-apocalyptic shows, J.J. Abrams gets shows set up at Fox and NBC, and ABC eyes up an espionage comedy called Spy.
Fringe showrunner J.H. Wyman discusses the challenges facing the fifth and final season of the sci-drama, and reflects on the past four years of the cult series.
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 co-creator J.J. Abrams will reunite with series showrunner J.H. Wyman for an untitled Fox buddy-cop drama set in a near future in which Los Angeles police officers are teamed up “highly evolved human-like androids.”
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.
Jeff Pinkner, who has helped to guide Fringe since Season 2, has stepped down as co-showrunner as the Fox sci-fi drama heads into its 13-episode final season.
Fringe Executive Producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman expound on the phenomenon of the show’s fifth season renewal, what to expect from the two-part season finale, and the importance of plot points in “Letters of Transit.”
Fox announced this afternoon that Fringe will return for a 13-episode fifth and final season, allowing producers to wrap up the fan-favorite sci-fi series.
Fringe showrunners J.H. Wyman and Jeff Pinkner and stars John Noble and Blair Brown talked with reporters at WonderCon about the remainder of the current season and the Fox drama’s chances for renewal.