Promo video and stills for this week’s episode of Fringe.
The actors on Fringe may have gotten teary at Comic-Con talking about the end of the series, but on set last week, they sang a stronger tune. They’re about halfway through filming their final season, and the end game still seems like a distant future, most said.
But when EW handed Anna Torv a pair of tiny golden Ewes — her awards for winning Best Actress in a Drama and Best Drama in EW’s 5th annual EWwys — that’s when she began to tear up. And who can blame her? 1) The sheep are adorable. And 2) as you’ll hear her say, the statues come from the people who kept the show alive for five years.
Click below to watch Torv, John Noble, and former executive producer Jeff Pinkner accept their bounty. (Note: We made sure Josh Jackson got his as well!)
UPDATE: Fringe executive producer/showrunner J.H. Wyman also shared some kind words! “On behalf of everyone involved in Fringe, I want to take a moment to thank all of our incredible fans who voted and have made Fringe the winner of Entertainment Weekly’s Best Drama Series EWwy Award for the third year in a row,” he tells EW. “We are honored to have had such a dedicated and loyal fanbase supporting this show over the years, and we are working overtime to deliver an unforgettable fifth and final season.”
Check out EW.com for the video. Anna is adorable!
Hello everyone! I’m back from my hiatus and some updates on the site for you! Season 5 of Fringe premieres this friday with the episode “5×01 Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11″ and it goes to 2036 where “4×19 Letters of Transit” left off.
Back in 2007, Anna made a terribly short cameo as an ITU Nurse in ITV’s movie version of Frankenstein. DVD caps can now be found in our gallery.
Victoria Frankenstein is conducting ground breaking, but highly controversial work in the field of stem cell research and medical biotechnology. She is obsessed with her research, The Universal Xenograft Project (UX), generating a multi-organ bank to create organs which are fit for human transplant. Her obsession is not driven by a desire for fame or adulation, but to save her dying son William.
Maddened by grief and desperation Victoria steals a sample of William’s blood and introduces it to her research programme. Deep inside her lab, in the confines of a purpose built tank, the cells grow at an extraordinarily accelerated rate. As they diversify, mutate and re-form, a horrified Victoria realises that she has lost control of the experiment; the UX is alive – what has she created?
Starring multi-award winning actress Helen McCrory, James Purefoy and Lindsay Duncan.
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