FRINGE’s Lance Reddick: Broyles is Trying to Make the Best Out of a Terrible Situation

September 21, 2012 by  

When FRINGE picks up in 2036, there will be a lot of changes to adjust to — Olivia is MIA (though, admittedly, won’t be gone for too long); Etta, Peter and Olivia’s grown daughter, has been kicking some butt while her parents were otherwise disposed; and possibly most disturbingly, Broyles has been forced to work with the Observers.

However, with our Fringe team back in the mix (thanks to Etta working tirelessly to get her father, grandfather and Astrid deamberized in “Letters of Transit”), what will that mean for Broyles when he comes face-to-face with his former coworkers?

I sat down with Lance Reddick (Broyles) to talk about that, the “more serialized” nature of season, what Broyles was thinking when he found that Red Vine in 4×19, and more…

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FRINGE returns on September 28th at 9 PM on Fox.


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2 Responses to “FRINGE’s Lance Reddick: Broyles is Trying to Make the Best Out of a Terrible Situation”

  1. Sarah on September 23rd, 2012 4:11 pm

    Actually as I recall from season 3 they are stuck with the last thought the whole time but I don’t think they’re aware. It’s like ‘last though, frozen’ and when you awaken it’s like no time passed for you.

  2. Louie on September 23rd, 2012 9:13 pm

    Lance was referring to the movie “Demolition Man” (1993). In which, Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes were cryogenically frozen for 30+ years.