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Submitted by alycakes 957d ago | trailer

Fringe Series Finale Trailer and Poster Plus J.J. Abrams On the End

IGN:
The end is nigh for Fringe. The two-hour series finale is four days away and fans are simultaneously heartbroken to see the five-year run for the show come to a close, and filled with anticipation for what promises to be a legitimately epic conclusion. If the poster is anything to go by, it looks as if the Observers will be permanently silenced.

This season has felt like a postscript to the wrap-up of the series-long central storylines at the end of Season 4. We are in a whole new time-period with a focus on a new, engaging, season-long antagonist in the form of the invading Observers. Peter and Olivia are together and fighting desperately to undo the damage done to their world, and reunite with their child. And "the boy who is important," is not who we thought he was. (Fringe, TV)

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alycakes  +   958d ago
I can't wait and at the same time I'm sorry to see it end.
MilkMan  +   956d ago
I like the show very much. But I think there are elements of the show that never quite meshed. Still, its entertaining. In the end that's what counts.
Don't know what Anna Torv is going to do now cause I never liked her in this show.
Shes easy on the eyes, but I would use some down time and take some acting and VOICE lessons.
She has quite a knack of knocking me out of the "suspension" part of believing the show at times.
medman  +   956d ago
Man, I'm going to miss this show. I've seen every episode, and have been catching up on some forgotten plot points on the reruns they are showing on the science channel. John Noble's character Walter makes the show for me, his character is hilarious. Hopefully it goes out with a bang, and I wouldn't mind if they left the ending open to interpretation. In a show that deals with alternate realities and alternate timelines, I think that would be appropriate.

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