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Submitted by DarkFireHawk 952d ago | news

Fringe Season 5 Finale Gets Over 3.2 Million Views

Fringe finale episode was aired on January 18th, 2013 and it was apparently the most well received episode of the entire series. According to the reports, the final two episodes got around 3.2 Million views and breaks the season five most viewed episode – the season premier (Episode number 88 of the show or number 1 in the season titled: “Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11″) by roughly a hundred thousand views. (Fringe, TV)

Capt-FuzzyPants  +   951d ago
I'm really going to miss this show. Hopefully something fills this void by next year. I like the shows that make me think and are artsy and there aren't enough of them on TV.
alycakes  +   949d ago
I just need to catch up with it but it was really good and all the characters in it were outstanding.

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