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Filming Delayed for Final Season of Fringe Filming Delayed for Final Season of Fringe
Production on "Fringe", Fox's sci-fi drama, has been shut down temporarily.  This is the final season for the film, and only four days into filming. The shut down will continue for 2 weeks. Apparently, John Noble, who stars in the show, needed to get...
07/27/2012 11:08 AM EST  |  Read More

Fringe Storyline to Continue in Film? Fringe Storyline to Continue in Film?
There could be a "Fringe" film on the horizon, according to cast members.  John Noble said, "The film is very possible down the line," and Joshua Jackson also said that "The show will live on in some form or another". Not much else was said...
07/17/2012 10:00 AM EST  |  Read More

Fox and Twitter Team Up For Fringe and Glee Promo Fox and Twitter Team Up For Fringe and Glee Promo
Fox has announced that they will be introducing what they call ""tweet-peats" of "Fringe" and "Glee".  These will be repeats of the shows that will be accompanied by twitter messages from cat members as well as produces of the shows. ...
08/31/2009 3:52 PM EST  |  Read More

J.J. Abram's Fringe Renewed J.J. Abram's Fringe Renewed
According to thrfeed.com, Fox has renewed the J.J. Abram's show, "Fringe", for a second season.  The No. 1 rated thriller has been approved for 22 new episodes. Kevin Reilly, president of entertainment at Fox, said, "Fringe proved to be a notable ad...
05/05/2009 10:29 AM EST  |  Read More

Fringe Gets Dropped Down Under Fringe Gets Dropped Down Under
Australian Television has dropped the US series, "Fringe", after only five episodes being aired.  The series has had disappointing ratings, despite the heavy handed advertising. Channel Nine reported that the series only pulled in 671,000 viewers with its...
10/22/2008 12:38 PM EST  |  Read More

Fall Television Ratings Sliding Faster Than The Economy Fall Television Ratings Sliding Faster Than The Economy
This year's "hot new shows" seem to be having some difficulty ratings wise.  "Fringe" a J.J. Abrams show on Fox, debuted with less viewers than expected. The numbers came in at 9.1 million, which may seem like a lot, but "Lost" debuted...
09/17/2008 3:19 PM EST  |  Read More