Explore the clues and connections from Fringe 5.12 “Liberty”
The five-year journey through universes, timelines and the hearts, minds and souls of TV’s weirdest family unit draws to its conclusion..
The cast of Fringe explain their no Cortexiphan policy
Fringe season 4 vs the burning questions
We tear “Worlds Apart” for clues and overarching connections.
John Noble talks Cortexiphan.
A handy guide to the Fringe mythology developments in season 4.
We cast an Observerish eye over Fringe 4.07, “Wallflower”, in search of clues, symbolism, and overarching connections.
Could “Wallflower” send Fringe into the lowatus on a seriable high? Read our review to find out.
We’re rewatching every episode of Fringe in search of new perspectives and the true meaning of Peter Bishop’s nonexistence. Up next: Bad Dreams – or what we’re calling: “Murder In Mind”. Please note: these rewatches may contain references to later episodes.
In addition to talking about the mythology of Fringe, executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman have also answered “8 Burning Questions”. Topics include, Peter and the Machine, Alternate Nina, The Observers, Sam Weiss, and more. Spoilers after the jump.