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The Fringe Team Says Goodbye To Fans

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Since the beginning, Fringe has always had a great relationship with fans. Not only does it inspire rabid devotion, but the cast and crew have always seemed to legitimately enjoy interacting with the people who love their show.

Fringe is now dead and gone, with the fifth and final season finished and in the books. In what is really a cool little turn, the stars of the show made this video in order to thank everyone who tuned in week after week to go on crazy-ass adventures, including nasty creatures, alternate universes, and jaunts to the future.

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Fringe Season Five Hits Blu-Ray/DVD In May

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Fringe may be dead and gone and buried in the ground, but that’s doesn’t mean you can’t visit the cemetery and put flowers on the grave from time to time. The fifth and final season just wrapped up a little more than a week ago, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has already set a date for the Blu-ray and DVD release. On May 7th, you’ll be able to get your grubby little mitts on Fringe: The Complete Fifth and Final Season and cry yourself silly watching it on repeat.

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Fringe Post Game: Liberty/An Enemy Of Fate

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Goodbye, Fringe, it’s been fun.

Back-to-back episodes marked the conclusion of the fifth and final season of Fox’s embattled sci-fi police procedural. Despite near rabid fanaticism from fans, not to mention widespread critical love, the show never posted big ratings, and has seemingly been fighting for survival forever. Last season, when the network moved the show to a Friday-night time slot—widely regarded as a desolate wasteland where TV shows go to die—it became painfully apparent that Fringe was not long for this world. Many of us were surprised, if not shocked, when Fox re-upped for a fifth, albeit truncated, season. Watch the end of season four and you get the distinct impression that the producers weren’t certain they would get the chance to wrap things up.

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Which Plot Twist Is The Fringe Team’s Least Favorite?

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Over the course of any television series, there are bound to be some hiccups and missteps. Even a relatively short-lived show, like Fringe—set to wrap up a five-season run this Friday, January 18th—has one twist that the cast and crew just don’t much care for. In this case it was the decision, at the end of the third season, to blink Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) out of existence.

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Joshua Jackson Was Almost A Member Of Starfleet

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Among other things, Joshua Jackson has spent the last five seasons running around on Fox’s Fringe, solving outlandish mysteries, battling invaders from the future, and occasionally being blinked out of existence. However, Jackson almost appeared in another Abrams project, a little thing called Star Trek.

Is this the face of a starship captain or a paranormal investigator?

Is this the face of a starship captain or a paranormal investigator?

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Fringe Finale Poster Will Close Your Eyes

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This Friday, January 18th, we will bid a fond farewell to Fox’s sci-fi police procedural, Fringe. It’s been a while in coming, and many were surprised that the embattled show was given a fifth season at all, even though it is a truncated affair of 13 episodes.

We’ve seen the promo for the two-hour finale (composed of episodes 99 and 100), we’ve watched the first 11 episodes of the season, and now there’s this eerie new poster to tease the finale.

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