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FRINGE: Lance Reddick on Saying Goodbye to the Show

September 3, 2012 by  

As we inch closer to FRINGE’s final season, it’s also starting to sink in more and more that the show is only 13 episodes from being over.

At Comic-Con, FRINGE star Lance Reddick (Broyles) talked with reporters about saying goodbye to the show (and its fans), if viewers should expect Broyles to immediately reunite with the Fringe team in season 5, and more…

FRINGE’s final season premieres September 28th at 9 PM on Fox.


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6 Responses to “FRINGE: Lance Reddick on Saying Goodbye to the Show”

  1. OldDarth on September 3rd, 2012 6:46 pm

    Great Interview! Premiere is inching closer.

    Can’t wait for it to start!

    Can’t wait to see more of your reports on Season 5!!



  2. Ben Anderson on September 4th, 2012 12:13 pm

    Really bummed Fringe is coming to an end. At least they can wrap up the storyline instead of being cancelled abruptly. My crazy schedule at Dish means I will miss the premier this season. The good thing is I have the Hopper DVR which will record Fringe and all the other prime time shows on the four major networks automatically without me setting a reminder. I saw a couple of trailers with a very bloody Walter. I hope the Observers don’t kill him. I can’t wait to see how it wraps up.

  3. Zepp on September 4th, 2012 11:30 pm

    Very good interview with Lance. Yes, I’m sure we’re all feeling that is coming to an end, our beloved series Fringe. But I’m thinking aloud, we still have 13 wonderful episodes, which, I presume, will be simply stunning, with lots of action, suspense, mystery, intrigue and, why not say too many emotions unimaginable in the style of Fringe. I see that this is one time I can say that I’m missed something that still (for my pleasure) not finished.

  4. B.J. Noland on September 10th, 2012 5:00 pm

    Just pleased that FOX allowed them to end it the right way. All the dedicated actors, crew & all the loyal fans deserve this! There just aren’t that many truly intelligent TV shows on the tube now & it would be a damn shame to cut this incredible show off at the knees when it’s this close to resolution.Thanks Fringe for 5 excellent seasons! We’ll miss you!

  5. Betty on September 10th, 2012 5:37 pm

    Can’t believe that this is the last season.. i love this show and don’t want it to end…Will be sorry to see it go. hope they can add another show that will be just as good but i doubt that. Thanks to the writer and staff and the actors to having made such a believable show.

  6. noemi on September 14th, 2012 1:45 pm

    since Spain… Can’t believe that this is the last season….. i love this show… and Queen say “the show must go on”… i love Fringe!!