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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.
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.
Fox has reportedly begun negotiations with Warner Bros. Television in hopes of drastically reducing the license fee for Fringe, which would pave the way for a fifth season.
While co-creator J.J. Abrams remains “hopeful” about the future of Fringe, Fox President Kevin Reilly acknowledges “we’re not in the business of losing money.” Star Joshua Jackson, meanwhile, only hopes that the writers will be able to give the series a proper ending.
A fake “audition tape” screened at Fringe‘s Comic-Con International panel may contain a hint of the fate that befell Peter Bishop at the end of the last season.
Fringe star Joshua Jackson makes an appeal for fans to tune in and show their support so the show will make it to its next season.