FRINGE: Anna Torv on the 'Huge Reboot,' if She's Still Okay with the Potential for Olivia to Die, and Fauxlivia - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

FRINGE: Anna Torv on the ‘Huge Reboot,’ if She’s Still Okay with the Potential for Olivia to Die, and Fauxlivia

September 28, 2012 by  

When FRINGE returns on Friday, the show will be firmly entrenched in the future (2036!) that was first introduced in season 4’s “Letters of Transit.” Of course, in that particular episode, Anna Torv’s Olivia was missing in action…but thanks to some quasi-spoilery photos, we do know she returns in the premiere.

Torv sat down with reporters on the set earlier today to talk about the show’s reboot, if she’s still okay with the (potential) threat to Olivia’s life, and if there’s the possibility for Fauxlivia to return…


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9 Responses to “FRINGE: Anna Torv on the ‘Huge Reboot,’ if She’s Still Okay with the Potential for Olivia to Die, and Fauxlivia”

  1. Hans on September 28th, 2012 7:09 am

    The above user is the Joshua Jackson fan-troll-girl. Her name is Patty and she has been harassing the Fringe community the last 4 years. GMMR is a wonderful place and i hate seeing it being polluted, by such vitriolic comments.

  2. asukar on September 28th, 2012 7:58 am

    I don’t know who hekmatea is, but shouldn’t you learn to express yourself intelligibly, before you accuse anyone of being an airhead? Your grammar and spelling are appalling!

    I don’t think Anna Torv is the smartest member of the cast by any stretch of the imagination, but that doesn’t mean she’s a dumb blond. It’s okay not to give much thought about the show beyond her role, which is clearly her case. She will be fine, as long as they only ask her about Olivia.

  3. Jim on September 28th, 2012 8:29 am

    Oh i see it’s the trolls gathering. It’s arrogant of you hekmatea to judge that Anna (or anybody for that matter) is an airhead. Especially when you are not using proper english yourself. There are facts which clearly suggest otherwise. Anna is graduated from NIDA, prestigious drama school which has very competitive admission process. She has been part of popular Australian TV programs, done plays with the Sydney Theater Company and now Fringe.
    Thanks for the interview Marisa.

  4. Meg on September 28th, 2012 9:01 am

    Anna Torv is amazing!

  5. Mina on September 28th, 2012 9:18 am

    I love her so much, so talented and down to earth.

  6. Scott on September 28th, 2012 10:30 am

    Hater (Patty) to the left. I’m absolutely besotted with this woman. She is so talented and stunning. Love her interviews always, i just want to give her a big hug. Such a brilliant actress.

  7. scully8 on September 28th, 2012 11:30 am

    Look, I love Anna Torv because as much as she loves being on FRINGE, she seems to not take herself so seriously which I adore.

    Although I am a Fringe fantatic, I also appreciate that it is a television show and the actors who play these roles are, quite frankly, people just like me and you (fans). With that said, I love her interviews because she comes across so ‘down to earthness’.

    Anna Torv is not a dumb blonde. She’s actually someone that I’d love to share a beer with — she and Jasika. Hell, I’d also go for drinks with Josh and John — that John has quite a fit body for a older man and Josh is sexy in an ‘every man’ sort of way.

    I freakin can’t wait for the premiere tonight. Thanks Marisa for always offering cool cast interviews.

  8. Zepp on September 28th, 2012 1:21 pm

    Thanks Marisa, for the interview. Watch Anna Torv put their views regarding Fringe is always rewarding, interesting and enjoyable. Anna is very professional placements in their opinions, making them outstanding with firmness and conviction, always with that air of extreme kindness, friendliness and knowledge of the facts. And besides all that of course, she’s beautiful.

  9. Ben on September 30th, 2012 1:37 pm

    I’m so excited to see Fringe back for, sadly, the last season. It makes it a little hard to watch, knowing this is the last season. More than anything, I’d like to see the Bishop family happily reunited with the Observers defeated, but I guess we’ll just have to see how it all works out.