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FRINGE Series Finale Date Revealed

September 7, 2012 by  

When Fox Chairman of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, spoke with reporters after his summer Television Critics Association panel, he said that the series finale for FRINGE would air in January of 2013.

But things have changed.

According to a tweet from FRINGE showrunner J.H. Wyman, the final hour of the series will air on February 1, 2013. (Fox declined to confirm the date at this time.)

And you know what that means, right?

You have just under 150 days to figure out the perfect FRINGE series finale party treat (Red Vines and strawberry milkshakes sound like a good start to me) — or if you haven’t been tuning in all this time, to get caught up. (And really, haven’t I been nagging you enough to watch? Go forth and tune in!)

Are you happy to have a FRINGE series finale date? Or are you still in denial over its upcoming end?

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


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7 Responses to “FRINGE Series Finale Date Revealed”

  1. Zepp on September 8th, 2012 8:20 pm

    Sorry, but I do not want to know, in any way, the date of the final series Fringe, not really. All I want is that the series will continue, even if it is on another network producer. FOX seems to me really does not get along with the line of science fiction. It’s just to see what happened with Firefly, Terra Nova, and now with this disruption of the original script (seasons 6-8), the series Fringe. When we think about putting an end date of something, it is because we want this thing ends soon, or am I wrong?

  2. PatD on September 10th, 2012 10:03 am

    I had not heard about the 6-8th seasons of Fringe. I know the 5th is the last season and I’m glad the show wasn’t just cancelled. Fox has a record you mention Zepp of cancelling their sci-fi programming. My coworker at Dish and I couldn’t think of a series in the genre since The X-Files. It wouldn’t be unheard of for another channel to pick up Fringe from Fox but it’s not common. I have the last season and some reruns on my Hopper DVR right now. I can’t wait for the new season just to see how it ends. I don’t have to set a reminder for Fringe either as it will automatically record all the shows on the four major networks during prime time. I think knowing the date of the finale isn’t necessarily because we want it to end. It’s because we want confirmation it isn’t going to just disappear.

  3. Zepp on September 10th, 2012 9:01 pm

    I accept and respect their points of view PatD. But, in reality, is that I’m a bit bored, due to not having news of the recordings of these upcoming episodes of last season, matters relating to the backstage, locations in Vancouver, and so, with respect Fringe, and when something appears , is the date of the last episode of the series. My reference to the original script be, or have “stories to be told,” for up to a 6 to 8 seasons, was past interviews, I saw with showrunners, Pinkner and Wyman have declared that, with reference to a number of final seasons for Fringe. Even with the lack of further news, I’m here, eager to start watching the “beginning of the end” with the display of the first of thirteen episodes ultimate of my beloved Fringe.

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