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Still reeling from Friday's dramatic finale for Fox's Fringe? SPINOFF is, and it also has five questions about the second half of "Brave New World."
The legendary actor talks about reprising his role as William Bell for tonight's season finale of "Fringe," his incredible career and his thoughts on J.J. Abrams' upcoming "Star Trek" sequel.
For the second last time this (television) year, SPINOFF presents five questions about Friday's episode of "Fringe," "Brave New World (Part One)."
"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."
With Fox's "Fringe" officially getting 13 episodes to wrap everything up next year, SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan runs down five things he hopes to see as the show speeds towards its conclusion.
As this week’s episode of "Fringe" demonstrated, it just might be the end of the world(s) as we know it -- but who, exactly, is feeling fine? SPINOFF has five questions about last night's "Worlds Apart."
Free will? Individuality? What happened to this week's episode of Fox's Fringe to make those ideas so out-there? SPINOFF has five questions about the time-traveling, mind-bending "Letters of Transit."
With four episodes left before the season finale, Friday's "Fringe" brought some answers, some more questions, and a lot more David Robert Jones. SPINOFF wonders what lies ahead.
Last night's "Fringe" on Fox returned to the alternate universe and the danger posed by shape changers. One thing that hasn't changed? SPINOFF's compulsion to ask five questions about the episode...
After last week's revelations, this week's Fringe went back to safer ground -- which is to say, redoing old episodes while reminding us that everything is different now. SPINOFF has five questions, of course.
Fox's Fringe returned last night after a month off, but SPINOFF wastes no time in coming up with five questions about the return of Peter, Olivia and Walter.
"Fringe" star John Noble joined CBR TV at WonderCon 2012 to discuss the many versions of Walter Bishop, his hobbies, losing himself in a role, and the joys of voice over work.
At WonderCon, the cast and producers of "Fringe" shared insights into the characters and mythology of the Fox series, bringing with them an exclusive sneak peek at Friday's episode.
Last night's episode of "Fringe" on Fox offered big answers to big questions, but that doesn't mean that SPINOFF doesn't have five more questions coming from "The End of All Things."
"Fringe" executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman tease tonight's episode, "The End of All Things," and talk about the end of the fourth season and the chances for a fifth.
How can Olivia remember things she's never experienced? Last night's episode of Fox's Fringe asked the big questions, and SPINOFF has five more to think about.
DC Comics has revealed Becky Cloonan and Jhonen Vasquez as the latest creators to join "Beyond the Fringe," the digital comic based on the J.J. Abrams' sci-fi drama "Fringe."
Worlds -- and Astrids -- collided in last night's episode of Fox's "Fringe," and SPINOFF has its regular five questions about all of the fallout.
Actress Jasika Nicole discusses tonight's emotional episode of "Fringe," "Making Angels," in which her character Astrid meets her Other Side counterpart for the first time.
Is destiny unchangable? Is Olivia doomed? And why does Peter mumble so much? SPINOFF has the big questions about last night's Fringe episode, "Forced Perspective."
After last night's episode of Fox's "Fringe," SPINOFF asks "Who's the bad guy now?" and five other questions about "Enemy of My Enemy."
Fox's "Fringe" is back on air and back to the other Earth, and SPINOFF is back with 5 questions on last night's "Back to Where You've Never Been."
People are turning up dead and ghostly-white, but maybe this week's "Fringe" was all about Olivia's past holding some secrets. SPINOFF has its usual five questions about Friday's "Wallflower."
Last night's Fringe saw time go weird, but was the recently-returned Peter to blame? SPINOFF asks the questions that matter.
Peter's return to the Fringeverse isn't what he expected - and it probably isn't what you thought would happen, either. No wonder we have 5 questions about last night's "Novation."
Death came quicker than usual to two bullies in last night's "Fringe," and SPINOFF has five questions about what was behind "Alone In The World."
This week's "Fringe" brought a serial killer to the alternate universe sci-fi series, and SPINOFF wants some questions answered about who's who... and where.
Fox's "Fringe" returned to our screens last night with its very own rebooted universe. SPINOFF has 5 questions about what we learned.
"Fringe" star Josh Jackson discusses his turn as comic book writer for DC Entertainment's new digital, tie-in comic book series "Beyond the Fringe" while offering some teases about the show's Season 4 premiere.
The new Fall TV season is about to begin, and SPINOFF has the five most exciting shows debuting this month.
Co-stars John Noble and Jasika Nicole did their best to straighten out a universe or two for fans of the Fox sci-fi drama during the "Fringe" panel at Emerald City Comicon. SPINOFF has the full report.
Showrunners Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman brush off lingering concerns about moving "Fringe" to Fridays, promising great things to come and a new chapter starting at the end of Season three. SPINOFF has the details.
SPINOFF's Eric Amaya chats with actors John Noble and Christopher Lloyd about tonight's episode of "Fringe," which guest-stars Lloyd as rock-and-roll keyboardist from the '70s.
Olivia attempts to return to her home universe with help from an old friend, but her journey home is complicated by the arrival of a serial kidnapper with deep ties to Colonel Broyles. SPINOFF has the full recap.
SPINOFF visited the set of "Fringe" in Vancouver last August to film a scene as a Massive Dynamic employee. The result? Makeovers, heartbreak and joy. Read on for Josh Wigler's full report of the extra experience!
Actress Anna Torv spoke with SPINOFF about working in parallel universes, playing two very different versions of the same character, and how "Fringe" has altered her own philosophical outlook.
In a bit of symmetry, one of the alternate universe DC Comics covers that appeared on last season's "Fringe" will be used on a variant cover for Wildstorm's "Fringe" comic book series.
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