Fringe showrunner J.H. Wyman has confirmed the Fringe series finale will serve a continuous storyline over three episodes, essentially making it a three-part finale.
Wyman, who also confirmed the serialized freedom that Fringe has in its final season and reiterated his desire to answer the important questions, said:
“The last three episodes are serving a continuum, so basically it’s actually a 3-hour [finale], but they’re not on the same night. It’s like a continuance, a lot of the story wraps up in three episodes at the end.”
Fringe fans have become fairly used to two-part finales over the years, while the climax to Season 3 was blocked like a three parter, but the three part series finale should be something special.
You can watch the entire Wyman interview in the player below, courtesy Collider:
The final season begins Sept. 28 on Fox