Transformers is going the way of a shared universe, and last month it announced that Akiva Goldsman would head up a writers room full of talent to oversee a new shared universe. And the people they’ve picked have very recognizable names.
Fringe returns from its hiatus tomorrow with the eight final episodes of the show's fourth - and hopefully not last - season. The cast and creative team recently told us all about the crazy twists and revelations that lie ahead.
It's finally coming back! Fringe, the show that started as a bland X-Files clone and became a quirkily brilliant epic about interdimensional war, is finally on its way back to your television screens on Friday.
Fringe returns for a miraculous fourth season next month, and we'll finally get to discover just what kind of world(s) our characters are living in now.
In another universe, much like our own, last night's episode of Fringe probably served as the series finale, given how close the show came to cancellation. And in many ways, this would have been a fitting end to the series.
Wow. Fringe's war between universes turned bloody last night. Both Walters decided to make some major sacrifices, and both Olivias faced some tough choices. Fringe is once again an epic drama. Spoilers ahead...
Now that Fringe is miraculously renewed for a fourth phenomenal season, the show is back to blowing our minds. I counted four clever misdirections in last night's episode.
Here's the scene where Anna Torv really proves what a versatile actor she is — first she registers a ton of different emotions as Peter shows her his secret. And then she turns into a whole new person.
Last night's Fringe episode may have pulled off something that's never been done before: a lengthy flashback about events that nobody remembers. We weren't delving into the memories of any particular character, because they've all blotted it from their minds.
Fringe doesn't do anything normally, so it makes sense that television's best freak show would do love triangles in a skewed, horrifying fashion. Last night, we learned a lot more about the show's central romantic dilemma... and it all spelled more heartache for Olivia Dunham.
We've seen tomorrow night's all-new episode of Fringe, and we're happy to say the show's continuing its winning streak. John Noble is still bringing the finest comic timing and raw pain to television, and Anna Torv's never been better.
It all comes to a head in Thursday's new episode of Fringe. Watch the episode's exciting fake-movie trailer — approved for audiences in both universes — below. This is going to be intense.
If anybody had any doubts that Fringe could make alternating between two universes into compelling viewing, last night's creepy, thrilling episode should have erased them. This show just keeps getting better and better. Spoilers ahead!
We just barely started getting to know the second Broyles, from Fringe's alternate universe, but Lance Reddick hints we'll be seeing a lot more of him. And both Broyleses could be playing a major role this season. Spoilers ahead...
Fringe season two didn't end with a gonzo shock like the undamaged Twin Towers at the end of season one. But that's okay, because it gave us a zillion things to think about, especially in its final moments. Spoilers ahead...
When Lost returns on Tuesday, the surprises will come thick and fast. How would you survive if you were trapped inside a twisty J.J. Abrams story? There's only one way to find out: by playing the J.J. Abrams board game.
Fringe writers Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman, and showrunner Jeff Pinkner, revealed something crucial about how the creative team thinks about the multiverse in this increasingly twisty, weird science show co-created by JJ Abrams.