Fringe ends its five season fun with a powerful two hour season finale. Will it go down as one of the best finales of all time?
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Fringe Review: The Father and The Son
With only two hours to go, Fringe reveals the plan to save the world and what kind of sacrifice it might mean. Read the review for details.
Fringe Review: About a Boy
Nina Sharp is enlisted to help Peter and Olivia on Fringe. Walter tries to communicate with Michael and a major truth is revealed.
Fringe Review: Come Home, Walter
Walter takes a wrong turn on an acid trip this week on Fringe. Find out what the team discovered and how Walter ended up in the review.
Fringe Review: The Second Cut Is The Deepest
Peter drifts farther into Observer territory in Fringe while Olivia chases another piece of Walter's puzzle to save the world. Read the review for more.
Fringe Review: Disappearing Again
Peter is leaving his Fringe team behind again, not at the hands of the Observers, but through his own actions. Read the review for an explanation.
Fringe Review: Haven't We Been Here Before?
Peter emulated some of the skills Olivia showed while on Cortexiphan in the latest episode of Fringe. Read the review for an analysis.
Fringe Review: The Beginning of The End
Fringe took things to new heights as Peter decided if you can't beat 'em, join 'em in this week's episode. Read on for the review.
Fringe Review: Bishops, Blondes and Bullets
Fringe takes a leap of faith by killing off a very special member of the Fringe Division. Read the review to find out more!
Fringe Review: What Makes A Hero?
The Fringe team heads to the mountains of Pennsylvania, putting a lot of lives in jeopardy. Read the review for details.
Fringe Review: Hardened
Fringe shows us how hardened a young girl can become by living in a world full of Observers. Read the review to discover how Olivia reacts to her daughter's state of mind.
Fringe Review: Trip Mix 6
Fringe starts its fifth and final season by proving there is beauty and hope, even in the bleakest of times. Read on for a review.
Fringe Review: A Season Finale To Die For
Fringe delivered what could have been a fantastic series finale if it had not been given the green light for a fifth season. Savor the "Brave New World, Part 2" finale review.
Fringe Review: Olivia Dunham, Superhero!
Fringe knocked it out of the part with "Brave New World, Part I." For a review of what went down, please read on!
Fringe Review: More Than I Imagined
Fringe ripped my heart out in "Worlds Apart." What could have been so serious? Read the review to find out.
Fringe Review: What Is May Never Be
Fringe takes us to a place we could never have dreamed in "Letters in Transit." Read the review to learn more.
Fringe Review: How Far Would You Go?
On Fringe this week, Walter crosses to the other side to work a case with Fauxlivia and Lincoln. How will he handle being on his own? Read on to find out!
Fringe Review: Make Way For A Different Happy Ending
This week's Fringe gives Lincoln Lee a chance to get to know the alternates as he volunteers to help them on a case. Read the review for the shocking conclusion.
Fringe Review: A Blast From The Past
Fringe explored a different ending to a familiar story this week with great results. Every member of the team proved worthy during a tense investigation. Read the review for more!
Fringe Review: Do You Believe In Love?
Fringe finally gave us the answer we had been waiting for. Read the review for the incredible reveal!
Fringe Review: What Answers?
Did Fringe actually deliver answers this week? Not exactly.
Fringe Review: Hello, Alt-Nina Sharp...
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!
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 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!