Expectations were high for this winter finale — perhaps too high.
'Fringe' plays the Hitler card.
Battling a mysterious, super-lethal virus that's threatening to wipe out all of humanity and, more importantly, Peter.
After last week's cheat, the show is back with a well-crafted tale of disfigured townsfolk.
'Fringe' may not be perfect, but it’s sure a hell of a lot of better now than it was when they made this episode.
The final episode of 2009 is a slam-bang suspense piece.
Slithering parasitic worms are the main attraction this episode.
The hairless Observers take center stage!
A bratty teenager with supernatural powers teaches Walter and Peter a lesson about family. Aw.
Two seasons in, the show has what is easily one of its most poignant scenes.
Plus: Sex! Chefs! Soap-opera stars!
“I guess that’s the irony. His addiction to dreams became his nightmare — one that he couldn’t wake up from.”
Things really get cooking.
Sadly, this episode requires Peter to use his "special skill" more than once.
Meet the monster of the week!
We were frustrated by the inconsistent first season of 'Fringe,' but now we're fully prepared to commit to season two.
From his Facebook page: "WELL BOYS AND GIRLS THEY DONE DID YER BOY WRONG! THEY FIRED ME OFF OF FRINGE."
A few minutes ago, Fox announced that it's officially renewing 'Fringe' for a full 22-episode second season.
Maybe corporate synergy isn't such a bad thing, after all!
As you've come to expect from J.J. Abrams, nothing is random.
And a woman's head explodes.
This episode prominently featured 'Can't Fight This Feeling,' the REO Speedwagon megahit of the mid-eighties!
This episode, a fiery explosion at a Williamsburg construction site causes widespread panic. But fear not: TV on the Radio are not harmed in the blast.
Plus: Sci-Fi Network shows aren't just for kids trapped in their parents' basement, and Britney's feeling "inspired."
It seems our paranoia about this paranormal series might just be on the wane!