'Fringe' took passionate fan base on trip to alternate universe
Bishop's vocab was otherworldly
For five seasons "Fringe" has tackled alternate universes, different timelines and stories in the past, present and future.
EDINBURGH -- Participants from 47 countries, from Australia to Zimbabwe, are set to make the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe the largest it's ever been, with the August event skedding 2,695 shows for…
Fox series "Fringe" has been sold into syndication to an unlikely buyer: Discovery-owned cabler Science. And a second, even more unusual buyer may be coming to the party.
Fox drama "Fringe" has been picked up for a fourth season.
Los Angeles-based MultiVisionnaire Pictures is launching the Fringe Features label at the European Film Market, devoted to titles for gay and other niche audiences.
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Nearly 15 years after "The X-Files" launched, Fox is looking to scare a new generation of viewers with "Fringe," a spooky skein from the minds of J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.
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