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Series Summary
FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham is assigned to the bureau's Fringe Division, in which she investigates unusual crimes and occurrences. Assisting Olivia in her investigations are once-institutionalized scientist Dr. Walter Bishop, his jack-of-all-trades son, Peter, and FBI Junior Agent Astrid Farnsworth. As the team investigates cases of science gone awry, they discover connections to their own past and to a parallel universe. As the team solves cases in these interconnected worlds, new discoveries and complications continue to arise.

Air Dates: 2008 - 2013

Genres: Crime drama, Science fiction

Network: FOX

  • Season 5, Ep. 13 : An Enemy of Fate Jan 18, 2013

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    Peter, Olivia, Walter, Astrid and Broyles face off against the Observers in a battle for the fate of mankind.

  • Season 5, Ep. 12 : Liberty Jan 18, 2013

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    The team implements a plan as Olivia begins a dangerous journey into the unknown.

  • Season 5, Ep. 11 : The Boy Must Live Jan 11, 2013

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    Walter enters the deprivation tank in hope of uncovering information about Donald; Capt. Windmark embarks on a revealing mission.

  • Season 5, Ep. 10 : Anomaly XB-6783746 Dec 21, 2012

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    Peter, Olivia, Astrid and Walter get help from Nina Sharp as they try to find the answer to defeating the Observers.

  • Season 5, Ep. 9 : Black Blotter Dec 14, 2012

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    Walter tries to remember a plan to defeat the observers; while following a signal to the woods, Peter and Olivia come across a gruesome scene.

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  • As the season progresses, it is very possible that Fringe will find its footing. But right now there is far too much padding in the form of substandard plotlines. show more

  • Fortunately, someone finally grabs hold of the wheel and steers it back to where it belongs, as one of the great character dramas of contemporary television. show more

  • Unlike The X-Files, Fringe has a sense of humor that cuts through its gloom. Credit Jackson for his raised-eyebrow dubiousness whenever things threaten to turn absurdly weird, and Noble for making his brilliant acid casualty a poignant, eager-to-please man, constantly sifting through his prodigious brain to locate the truth from fragmented memories. show more

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