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FRINGE: Jasika Nicole Reveals What You Didn’t See in the Series Finale

May 6, 2013 by  
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It’s been more than three months since FRINGE finished its (often wild) journey, but even with the conclusion in place, there is still more to say about what ultimately wasn’t aired.

In honor of the fifth season being released on DVD/Blu-ray on Tuesday, May 7th, I asked FRINGE star Jasika Nicole (Astrid) to share her memories of a scene she shot that fans never saw. And, as it turns out, Astrid originally had a bigger sequence in the series finale Observer fight as the team struggled to guarantee that Michael would make it to the future to fulfill that ultimate plan

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FRINGE: Fox Releases a Few More ‘Liberty’/’An Enemy of Fate’ Photos

January 21, 2013 by  
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FRINGE may be over, but Fox just released a few more episodic stills from the final two episodes, “Liberty” and “An Enemy of Fate.”

None of the photos were too spoilery for the hours (though they did include a certain guest star), so if you’re feeling nostalgic already for the show, these bonus photos might be a nice pick-me-up…

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FRINGE Series Finale Recap: ‘Liberty’/’An Enemy of Fate’

January 18, 2013 by  
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Don’t you know? All good stories start with “once upon a time” and end with “happily ever after!” – Ella, “Brown Betty”

And so, we’ve reached the end of FRINGE. In season 2’s “Brown Betty,” Walter tried to end the musical noir tale he was telling Ella, Olivia’s niece, in a pretty morbid way. But Ella would have none of that — she wanted a happy ending. So she concocted another alternative to how the story ended. Was it better? Was it worse? That was probably in the eye of the individual viewer.

I think a lot of people will feel the same way about tonight’s FRINGE series finale.

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FRINGE: Joshua Jackson Teases ‘Liberty’ and ‘An Enemy of Fate’

January 18, 2013 by  
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We’re just hours away from the FRINGE series finale, and while we have a good idea of what Walter’s arc could be in the final hours (and the trailers have teased what is in store for Olivia), Peter’s journey — outside of the general group plan — is a bit more of a mystery.

Luckily, FRINGE star Joshua Jackson (Peter) participated in a conference call with reporters earlier this morning, so I was able to ask him what he could tease about Peter’s arc in the final two episodes of the series.

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The FRINGE Cast Talks About What They Learned

January 18, 2013 by  
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It’s a little surreal, but FRINGE comes to an end tonight.

FRINGE stars John Noble (Walter), Anna Torv (Olivia), Joshua Jackson (Peter), and Jasika Nicole (Astrid) have been the constant presences on the show, so when I spoke with the actors at the 100th episode/series finale, I was curious what lessons they had learned from playing those characters.

Take a look at their answers…

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FRINGE: J.H. Wyman Teases the Series Finale

January 17, 2013 by  
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With only 20 hours until the FRINGE finale, are you feeling ready for what’s going to go down?

I spoke with FRINGE showrunner J.H. Wyman to see what he could tease of the show’s final two hours, plus I asked him if there was anything he wished he had been able to do…

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FRINGE: The Cast Talks About their Reaction to Reading ‘End of the Series’ in the Finale Script. Plus, J.H. Wyman on Reaching the End

January 17, 2013 by  
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The people behind FRINGE got a rare television gift — they got to go into the final season knowing it was the end.

And while all year was leading up this being it, being aware the end was coming and actually seeing the words “end of series” on a script are two entirely different matters.

I spoke with FRINGE stars John Noble (Walter), Joshua Jackson (Peter), Jasika Nicole (Astrid), and Lance Reddick (Broyles) about reading those series-ending words, plus showrunner J.H. Wyman about reaching the end…

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FRINGE: Seth Gabel Talks About His Time on the Series, What He’d Like to See From 2036 Lincoln, and More

January 16, 2013 by  
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Seth Gabel (Lincoln) has had quite the journey on FRINGE.

He first appeared as Linc in the season 2 finale when the alt-universe Fringe team was introduced, and then recurred in season 3 as the series switched back and forth between universes. After our side’s Lincoln was introduced — and Peter was erased from the timeline — Gabel was made a series regular in season 4. Unfortunately, that status only lasted a season as Linc was killed off and Lincoln decided to stay Over There when the bridge was closed off.

But just because he’s been MIA in season 5 doesn’t mean Gabel’s impact on the show should be forgotten.

I spoke with Gabel on the carpet for FRINGE’s 100th episode/series finale event and discussed some of his memorable moments with the show, plus what he would like to see if Lincoln were to pop up in 2036…

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FRINGE Series Finale Photos: ‘Liberty’/’An Enemy of Fate’

January 15, 2013 by  
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We’re just over three days away from the series finale of FRINGE. Are you ready to see some photos from the final two hours (“Liberty” and “An Enemy of Fate”)?

There’s nothing massively spoilery here, but, of course, if you want to go into the final two hours knowing nothing, I’d suggest turning away now…

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FRINGE Series Finale Trailer

January 15, 2013 by  
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It’s all come down to this — FRINGE’s series finale is mere days away.

Here’s one last trailer for the series from the ridiculously talented Ari Margolis

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4jptm7Yedo

What do you think?

Related:

The FRINGE Cast Talks About the Show’s Cultural Impact
FRINGE: J.J. Abrams on the Show’s Evolution, and the ‘Satisfying’ and ‘Inevitable’ Finale
Lance Reddick and J.H. Wyman Remember Their First Days on FRINGE

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The FRINGE Cast Talks About the Show’s Cultural Impact

January 14, 2013 by  
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How about some more FRINGE goodies to finish up your Monday?

When I was up in Vancouver late last year for the 100th episode/series finale press event, I spoke with FRINGE stars Joshua Jackson (Peter), Anna Torv (Olivia), John Noble (Walter), Jasika Nicole (Astrid), and Blair Brown (Nina) about when they felt the real impact of the show’s cultural presence.

Take a look at their answers!

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FRINGE: J.J. Abrams on the Show’s Evolution, and the ‘Satisfying’ and ‘Inevitable’ Finale

January 13, 2013 by  
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As we prepare for Friday’s series finale of FRINGE, Give Me My Remote will be posting interviews with many of the key players behind the show.

I spoke with FRINGE co-creator J.J. Abrams on the press line for the Fox show’s series finale/100th episode about how the show evolved, and the final hours, which are “not only satisfying, but…it feels inevitable.”

Take a look!

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Lance Reddick and J.H. Wyman Remember Their First Days on FRINGE

January 12, 2013 by  
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With less than one week until FRINGE’s series finale, Give Me My Remote is going to have a lot of coverage to get you through these final days.

First up? I talked with FRINGE star Lance Reddick and showrunner J.H. Wyman about their memories from their first days on the show…

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FRINGE: J.H. Wyman Thanks the Fans

December 13, 2012 by  
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For FRINGE (and its fans), the journey has never been easy. The further the show dove into its mythology — and the core of what made it so special — the more the series struggled to retain viewers…and remain on air.

Enter the fans.

Sure, no series could be saved by fan love alone (as romantic as that notion might be, it’s still sadly “show business”), but the FRINGE fans raised their voices and got proactive: despite the FRINGE bosses telling them to not worry too much about the ratings, they sent in licorice and created Twitter hashtags to build buzz for the show. (To just name a few things.) And thanks to that, plus support from FRINGE’s network (Fox President of Entertainment Kevin Reilly has been a vocal supporter) and studio (Warner Bros. Television President Peter Roth is a big enough fan of the series that he was able to name his favorite episode/storyline during our interview at the 100th episode event), the cult favorite was able to conclude its story on its own terms.

Since all good things must come to an end, today is the last day of filming for FRINGE. It’s bittersweet and more than a little unreal that the series did reach episode 100, but it felt only fitting that on this day, I share with you FRINGE showrunner J.H. Wyman’s thanks to the fans…

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FRINGE Scoop: And the Series Finale Title Is…

December 2, 2012 by  
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FRINGE’s end is almost here.

I’m currently up in Vancouver, Canada (where the Fox series films), and just left a celebration for the show’s 100th — and final — episode. And when I spoke with showrunner J.H. Wyman, he was kind enough to share what FRINGE’s last episode would be called.

I’ll have much, much, much, much more for you guys in the coming weeks, but for now, here’s Wyman…

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