This week's Fringe contained thrills and chills that are just not natural to television. If you want to know what's going on, you'll have to read the review!
Posted in: Reviews
Fringe Round Table: "Welcome to Westfield"
Another fantastic episode of Fringe brings another exciting edition of our staff Round Table Q&A discussion. This week we examine "Welcome to Westfield."
Fringe "End of All Things" Promo: Answers to Come!
You do not want to miss the February 24 episode of Fringe. Trust us, fans, and then watch this promo.
Fringe Review: Is That You, Olivia?
"Welcome to Westfield" shows just how meaningless a welcome sign can be, as Fringe explores the possibility of two universes merging into one. Was Westfield really relevant to the story? Read the review to find out!
Fringe Round Table: "Making Angels"
Another fantastic episode of Fringe brings another exciting edition of our Round Table. This week we examine "Making Angels."
Fringe Review: What Is Normal?
On Fringe, when Alt-Astrid has nowhere else to go, she turns to Astrid for clarity on who she is and might be. Making Angels is a fascinating character study. Read the review for more!
Jasika Nicole Previews Astrid-Riffic Episode of Fringe
Jasika Nicole is featured prominently on Fringe this week. She goes into detail about the episode "Making Angels" in this interview.
Posted in: Interviews
Fringe Round Table: "Forced Perspective"
Another "Forced Perspective" from our Fringe round table, this week featuring an alternate Nick taking a chair at the table. Read on!
Fringe Episode Trailer: "Making Angels"
What can fans expect from "Making Angels?" Watch this promo for next week's Fringe episode now.
Fringe Review: Why Did God Make Me Like This?
The Observer's prediction of Olivia's death is front and center on Fringe this week as they investigate a teenage girl with the ability to predict deaths through drawings. Read the review for more.
Fringe Round Table: "Enemy of My Enemy"
Fringe had some fantastic scenes to ponder with the two universes uniting during Enemy of My Enemy. Enjoy reading what the staff writers discussed.