Joshua Jackson, John Noble and Anna Tova in the season two Fringe episode "Johari Window." Photo copyright of Fox TV.
FOX has renewed Fringe, the critically acclaimed thrilling drama, for a third season, it was announced on Monday, March 8th by Kevin Reilly, President, Entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company. "Fringe tapped into a deep creative mine this year that built momentum throughout the season and helped give us our first real foothold on TV's most competitive night," said Reilly. "The entire Fringe team - from the producers and writers to the cast and crew - has taken smart storytelling and top production quality to a while new level. The rest of this season is mind-blowing, and we can't wait to get started on the third installment of this amazing journey.
Said Fringe co-creator and executive producer J.J. Abrams, "We could not be more excited to continue the wild ride of Fringe. We are grateful to Fox, and our viewers, for allowing this fun, mind-bending adventure to go on."
Series showrunners and executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman added, "This early renewal comes at a great time and adds to the cast and crew's energy and excitement as we head into production on this season's revealing final two episodes. We have so many stories to tell, so this is awesome that we have another season to explore the worlds of Fringe."
The second season of Fringe resumes with eight all-new and uninterrupted episodes beginning Thursday, April 1st (9:00 p.m. - 1o:00 p.m. EST/PST) on Fox. In Peter, the Spring premiere episode, Walter (John Noble) flashes back to 1985 while explaining Peter's (Joshua Jackson) otherworldly origins to Olivia (Anna Torv). Also, Peter's mother (guest-star Orla Brady) is introduced and details of the neighboring world reaffirm that there is more than one of everything.
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