The series finale of Fringe, starring Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop, John Noble as Dr. Walter Bishop and Anna Torv as Olivia Dunham, has finally aired after an emotional build-up, and the reviews are resoundingly positive, backing up J.
J.J. Abrams isn't known for his spoilers, instead remaining tight-lipped about the evolution of his shows, but he opened up a bit on Sunday about the highly anticipated season finale of Fringe, starring Joshua Jackson as Peter Bishop, John Noble as Dr.
Now that J.J. Abrams' Fringe, starring Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv and John Noble, has escaped cancellation by the skin of its teeth with a renewed, truncated 13-episode run in its fifth and final season, producer J.
Fans of J.J. Abrams' Fringe, which stars Joshua Jackson (Peter Bishop), Anna Torv (Olivia Dunham), John Noble (Dr. Walter Bishop) and Michael Cerveris were delighted late last month when it was announced that Fringe, the sci-fi Fox show that has been grasping onto its ratings during its fourth season, will be renewed for a shortened 13-episode fifth season.
The Fox network has renewed the series Fringe for a final, shortened season of 13 episodes, according to the New York Times. A drama about an F.B.I. team that looks into the nether regions of "fringe science" starring Joshua Jackson (pictured) and Anna Torv, Fringe regularly attracts only about three million viewers when it is broadcast on Friday nights — low numbers for a network show.
If fresh ideas in Hollywood are hard to come by these, here in TV land they’re positively akin to rocking horse shit. If it’s not a gimmick-based reality show, it’s a retread of formula with an ever-so-slight twist – and so we come to Fringe.
One failed marriage is enough for Diane Kruger, 34. The Inglourious Basterds actress may have been cuddling up to Fringe's Joshua Jackson, 32, for the past four years, but that's not enough to get her to tie the knot.