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FRINGE: Anna Torv Teases Peter and Olivia’s Reunion, Their Relationship and the Fate of Baby Henry

October 7, 2011 by  

“It’s certainly not the reunion Peter would be wishing for.”

Oh, FRINGE. Peter Bishop is coming home (and soon), but while fans will be thrilled to have him back on our screens, he’ll get a far less enthusiastic response from the people he knows and loves.

Warner Bros. brought a group of reporters up to Vancouver this week, and when we hit up the FRINGE set on Thursday, we talked with Anna Torv (Olivia) — who was clearly filming a scene set in the alt-universe — about Olivia and Peter’s reunion, their relationship, Lincoln’s place in it, the fate of baby Henry and more.

Take a look!


What do you think? Are Peter and Olivia an epic romance?


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7 Responses to “FRINGE: Anna Torv Teases Peter and Olivia’s Reunion, Their Relationship and the Fate of Baby Henry”

  1. F on October 7th, 2011 10:51 am


  2. guest on October 7th, 2011 2:39 pm

    The fantastic , amazing Anna Torv who plays two great female characters and even creates chemistry between Olivia and Fauxlivia, and the questions are all about Peter. You would think her only function is being his girlfriend.
    As far as I know Olivia is the main lead character and the ultimate hero (or Pinkner has done another rewrite).
    Why not ask her about the relationship between Olivia and Fauxlivia? Walter and Olivia? Olivia and Astrid? Olivia and Lincoln? Altlivia and Altlincoln? Or the bigger picture and the role Olivia will play in that, because she really is set up to be the ultimate hero.

  3. Marisa Roffman on October 7th, 2011 3:49 pm

    @guest: There is more than one part of the interview. This was simply put up first because right now the question of Peter is the biggest issue at hand.

  4. Pamela on October 10th, 2011 7:12 pm

    Yes! They have an epic love story and capable of being so much more. I miss Polivia badly! I do wish there were more passion & romance between the two and am hoping with this story arch it can happen. There is such an art to romance and no one knows how to really do it anymore.

  5. Annon on October 13th, 2011 2:35 am

    Wow, Guest way to be rude to people who provide interviews for the show. How about a thankyou and being grateful for what was provided. There is nothing wrong with asking nicely about things. You did neither.

    Marisa, unlike the above, their are people who come here who are grateful for all the coverage and exclusive interviews you provide for us. So, thankyou for the above and I look forward to hearing the other part of the inverview that you did with Anna.

  6. Liz on October 24th, 2011 6:52 am

    Prior to today, I didn’t know about Give Me My Remote, but I am so happy that I do now!! I just went back and saved every single column on Fringe since 2008 into the Read it Later app, to read over many months. I actually didn’t start watching Fringe until getting S1E1 on iTunes on May 31, 2011, but I watched all 65 Season 1-3 episodes this summer, and love it. So…this was my first time hearing Anna Torv talking with her real accent, which is fun. Very interested to see which timeline gets adapted, and what it all means for Alt-Broyles and Baby Henry. So glad I can find this stuff on this website now!!

  7. Marisa Roffman on October 24th, 2011 11:16 am

    @Liz: So glad you found us! We’ll definitely be posting more FRINGE things for you to read in the coming weeks, too! 🙂