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FRINGE: Jeff Pinkner, J.H. Wyman and Akiva Goldsman Talk About Peter’s Disappearance

May 20, 2011 by  

If you’re like me, your brain has been hurting a little about the implications of FRINGE’s season finale. (No, seriously, WTF?)

Luckily for us, Paley Center honored FRINGE Thursday night.

I caught up with executive producers Jeff Pinkner, J.H. Wyman and Akiva Goldsman before the panel to chat about Peter’s disappearance, Joshua Jackson’s reaction to the Peter twist and their uber-talented actors…


And FRINGE fans, you’re going to want to keep checking back with Give Me My Remote every Friday for more from the FRINGE Paley event!


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4 Responses to “FRINGE: Jeff Pinkner, J.H. Wyman and Akiva Goldsman Talk About Peter’s Disappearance”

  1. ForensicMama on May 20th, 2011 9:05 pm

    Wahooo!!!! MORE FRINGE!

  2. guest on May 22nd, 2011 6:02 pm

    The showrunners are to cryptic for some josh jackson fans it seems; now they think he wrote the finale, oh dear. And he will now become a sci-fi writer.
    As far as I know he has no clue at all what his part in the show will be.

    From both Anna Torv and John Noble it is clear that the actors have not much of an idea where to place this ending nor how it will unfold further.
    The actors may have some communication about the characters, but not about storylines, John Noble has said so himself.

    I saw clips of both Paley events and read the reports, and I was very impressed with bot Anna Torv and John Noble, their deep friendship was a pleasant suprise, and Anna for once got a chance to speak. Very intelligent, modest people.
    They both said that Fringe is the star, not them, it relects how they are.

    Shall I put my two cents in about the future of jos jackson on Fringe: I think that the earlier remark about him being communicative etc has to do with his complaining about his storyline in the media whole season, this may have prompted them to make drastic decisions. probably another offer, no longer lead, and he has to decide?
    I think he has been getting to much attention over the past seasons as it is, and i am dissapointed that it is still only about him, not the rest of the cast.

    Finally lets hope for an Emmy nomination for both Anna and John, they are worldclas actors.

  3. Chris on May 22nd, 2011 6:53 pm

    Guest, you have it completely backwards! Josh is the biggest booster of the show, even when they cut his episodes to half those of the others. If anything, the show has gotten to be too much about Anna’s career. Josh has not complained at all about his role or his screen time, he’s very supportive of the writers and producers, and too polite for such things anyway.

  4. Hey on May 30th, 2011 3:45 pm

    Guest, or AnTo or whatever, Josh is Great actor and wonderful person, all the people who knows say so, nothing you can say or claim in order to attack him because of your stupid Obssession would change anything, people love him as much as they love the other cast, Just gave up already! strange how some people enjoy embarrassing themselves.