Fringe (2008 - 2013)



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From J.J. Abrams ("Lost"), Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the team behind "Star Trek," "Mission: Impossible III" and "Alias," comes a new drama that will thrill, terrify and explore the blurring line between science fiction and reality. When an international flight lands at Boston's Logan Airport and the passengers and crew have all died grisly deaths, FBI Special Agent OLIVIA DUNHAM (newcomer Anna Torv) is called in to investigate. After her partner, Special Agent JOHN SCOTT (Mark Valley, "Boston Legal"), is nearly killed during the investigation, a desperate Olivia searches frantically for someone to help, leading her to DR. WALTER BISHOP (John Noble, "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King"), our generation's Einstein. There's only one catch: he's been institutionalized for the last 20 years, and the only way to question him requires pulling his estranged son PETER (Joshua Jackson, "Dawson's Creek") in to help. When Olivia's investigation leads her to manipulative corporate executive NINA SHARP (Blair Brown, "Altered States"), our unlikely trio along with fellow FBI Agents PHILLIP BROYLES (Lance Reddick, "The Wire"), CHARLIE FRANCIS (Kirk Acevedo, "Oz") and ASTRID FARNSWORTH (Jasika Nicole, "Law & Order: Criminal Intent") will discover that what happened on Flight 627 is only a small piece of a larger, more shocking truth.

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Critics Consensus: Fringe overcomes a compressed episode count and humbled production values to deliver a moving and rousing conclusion to its fans.

2012, FOX, 13 episodes

Critics Consensus: A daring reset may baffle casual viewers, but those already enthralled by Fringe's knotty mythology will likely become even more invested.

2011, FOX, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: With more mysteries to uncover and mind-bending plot devices, season three of Fringe further cements the show's status as one of the of the best science fictions shows on television.

2010, FOX, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: Fringe surpasses expectations in season two with stronger character development while maintaining its creepy sci-fi angle.

2009, FOX, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: Action-packed, suspenseful, and filled with intriguing twists, Fringe is a smart sci-fi series that's compelling enough to overcome its occasionally uneven plotting.

2008, FOX, 20 episodes


Anna Torv
as Olivia Dunham
Joshua Jackson
as Peter Bishop
John Noble
as Dr. Walter Bishop
Blair Brown
as Nina Sharp
Lance Reddick
as Phillip Broyles
Jasika Nicole
as Astrid Farnsworth
Georgina Haig
as Henrietta "Etta" Bishop
Seth Gabel
as Lincoln Lee
Kirk Acevedo
as Charlie Francis
Mark Valley
as John Scott
Ryan McDonald
as Brandon Fayette
Leonard Nimoy
as William Bell
Michael Kopsa
as Capt. Windmark
Jared Harris
as David Robert Jones
Sebastian Roche
as Thomas Jerome Newton
Ari Graynor
as Rachel Dunham
Orla Brady
as Elizabeth Bishop
Peter Weller
as Alistair Peck
JR Bourne
as Mystery Man
Clark Middleton
as Edward Markham
Chance Kelly
as Mitchell Loeb
Lily Pilblad
as Ella Blake
Andre Royo
as Henry Arliss Higgins
Gerard Plunkett
as Sen. Van Horn
Pascale Hutton
as Sally Clark
Amy Madigan
as Marilyn Dunham
Philip Winchester
as Frank Stanton
Martha Plimpton
as Sheriff Ann Mathis
David Call
as Nick Jane
Jill Scott
as Dr. Carla Warren
Michael Gaston
as Sanford Harris
Laura Mennell
as Rose Falls
Tzi Ma
as Ming Che
Annie Parisse
as Teresa Rusk
Omar Metwally
as James Heath
Neal Huff
as Marshall Bowman
William Sadler
as Dr. Sumner
Curtis Harris
as Christopher Broyles
James Kidnie
as Commander
Chris Bradford
as Olivia's Stepfather
Karen Holness
as Diane Broyles
Andrew Airlie
as Dr. Carson
Adrian Holmes
as Forensics Chief
Alex Zahara
as Det. Green
Teach Grant
as Trooper Bobby
Darby Totten
as ND Agent
Jim True-Frost
as Ted Pratchett
Andrew McIlroy
as Prof. Lime
Alan Ruck
as Dr. Krick
Christopher Lloyd
as Roscoe Joyce
John Prosky
as Observer
Travis Schuldt
as Agent Kashner
Michelle Harrison
as Natalie Dancik
Dan Joffre
as Det. Manning
Cameron Monaghan
as Tyler Carson
Omid Abtahi
as Simon Phillips
Ingrid Torrance
as Elizabeth Jarvis
Mark Ivanir
as Roland David Barrett
Sean Campbell
as Zach Alpert
Shannon Cochran
as Patricia Van Horn
Emily Meade
as Ella Dunham
Tim Guinee
as Rick Pearce/Canaan
Henry Ian Cusick
as Simon Foster
Paul Rae
as Donald Long
Serge Houde
as Gen. Hames
Sarah Edmondson
as Pauline Hess
John Aylward
as Dr. Owen Frank
Chin Han
as Neil Chung
Eric Lange
as Gael Manfretti
Connor Beardmore
as River Massey
Jason Butler Harner
as Richard Steig
Barbara Tyson
as Mrs. Walsh
Chandler Canterbury
as Young Peter Bishop
Joe Flanigan
as Robert Danzig
Arye Gross
as Malcolm Truss
John Pyper-Ferguson
as John McClennan
Tim Kelleher
as Cliff Hayes
Tom Butler
as Richard
Jeremy Shamos
as The Artist
Phyllis Somerville
as Alice Merchant
Charles Parnell
as Dr. James Falcon
Karley Scott Collins
as Young Olivia Dunham
Harrison Thomas
as Sean Martin
G. Michael Gray
as Jared Colin
Enid-Raye Adams
as Noreen Miller
Spencer List
as The Child
Nestor Serrano
as Col. Jacobson
Laara Sadiq
as Carol Bryce
Evan Bird
as Aaron Sneddon
Gina Holden
as Kate Hicks
Chris Bauer
as Brian Dempsey
Derek Cecil
as Christopher
Peter Bryant
as Ben McCalister
Rebecca Mader
as Jessica Holt
Gabe Khouth
as Dr. Darryl Hastings
Billy Burke
as Lucas Vogel
Jefferson Mays
as Nicholas Boone
Chris Eigeman
as David Esterbrook
Felix Solis
as Daniel Hicks
Jim Thorburn
as Greg Leiter
Ebon Moss-Bachrach
as Joseph Meegar
Charlie Tahan
as Ben Stockton
Ken Pogue
as Derek Merchant
Matt Ellis
as Ritchie
Shawn Ashmore
as Joshua Rose
Paul McGillion
as Edwin Massey
Paul Fitzgerald
as Ryan Eastwick
Marjan Neshat
as Claire Williams
Noah Fleiss
as Luke Dempsey
Clint Howard
as Michael Carlin
Mark Blum
as Dr. Penrose
Michael Bean
as Grant Russo
Tom Stevens
as Michael Krick
Maria Marlow
as Carolyn
Max Baker
as Fischer
Mark Dobies
as Will Turlough
Quinn Lord
as Young Peter
Patrick Gilmore
as Dep. Ferguson
Kristen Ross
as Arlette Turling
Mark Acheson
as Murray Harkins
Ulrich Thomsen
as Zeppelin Man
Tom Stevens
as Michael Krick
Patti Allan
as Landlady
Olivia Cheng
as Victoria
Kwesi Ameyaw
as Agent Frug
Will Rothhaar
as Wyatt Toomy
Sandra Ferens
as Mrs. Keenan
Connor Stanhope
as Matthew Mitnovitz
Michelle Krusiec
as Nadine Park
Blu Mankuma
as Stephen Farnsworth
Jordy Olson
as Megan Miller
Monte Markham
as Dr. Blake West
Trieste Kelly Dunn
as Valerie Boone
Christopher Britton
as Dr. Bruce Summer
Joe Towne
as Randy Dancik
Jeff Perry
as Joseph Slater
Vincent Tong
as Shen Chan
Gabrielle Rose
as Dr. Anderson
Marylouise Burke
as Flora Meegar
David Vadim
as Michael Kelly
Keith Nobbs
as Carl Bussler
Ben Wilkinson
as Jeremy Roman
Jamie Switch
as Lloyd Becker
Aaron Ashmore
as Matthew Rose
Ada Breker
as Young Olivia
Randall Duk Kim
as Dashiell Briggs
Shawn MacDonald
as Daniel Verona
Tibor Feldman
as Dr. Halperin
Paul Jarrett
as Warren Blake
Erica Carroll
as FBI Newbie
John Cassini
as The Librarian
Anthony Harrison
as BPD Sergeant
Shauna Johannesen
as Julie Danzig
Kenneth Tigar
as Warden Lennox
Alok Tewari
as Dr. Sanjay Patel
David Lansbury
as Businessman
Mary Beth Peil
as Jessica Warren
Albert Jones
as Witness #1
Magda Harout
as Nana Staller
Christian Tessier
as Shape-shifter
Michael O'Neill
as Sheriff Velchik
Mike Coleman
as Ben Killenburg
Winson Wong
as Agent Bergmann
Adam Grupper
as Andrew Stockton
Aaron Brooks
as Josh Staller
Doron Bell Jr.
as Off. Gibson
Laurie Williams
as Dr. Miller
Erik Palladino
as Eliot Michaels
Bernadeta Wrobel
as Flight Attendant
Xanthe Elbrick
as Witness #2
Minh Ly
as Dan Liang
Kendall Cross
as Nurse Joyce
Eric Lynch
as Homeless Man
Roger Haskett
as Dr. Harris
Maria Dizzia
as Emily Kramer
Curtis Caravaggio
as Ken Messing
Holly Dignard
as Danielle Rose
Nelson Wong
as Scott Watts
Diane Davis
as Bethany
Susan Misner
as Tess Amaral
David Pittu
as Robert Swift
Drew Nelson
as Carl Langdon
Anna Van Hooft
as Nina's Assistant
Kacey Rohl
as Madeline
Trini Alvarado
as Jessica Loeb
Tom Riis Farrell
as Gregory Worth
Ravi Kapoor
as Dr. Nayak
Deepti Gupta
as Dr. Newell
Marie West
as Heather
David Orth
as Trooper Pekarski
Paula Lindberg
as Becky Woomer
Lisa Emery
as Paula Kramer
Mark Lotito
as Paul Wiles
Sue Jean Kim
as ER Doctor
James Tsai
as David Wu
Craig Robert Young
as Alfred Hoffman
Jennifer Koenig
as Nurse Gail
Elizabeth McLaughlin
as Dr. Alexandra Ross
Sean Michael Kyer
as Jonathan Danzig
Daniel Arnold
as Agent Perez
Angel David
as Raul Lugo
Eric Keenleyside
as Jerry Bissell
Marina Allen
as Nurse #1
Victor Verhaeghe
as Billy Willis
Julie McNiven
as Mona Foster
Lee Majdoub
as Paramedic
Stephen Lobo
as Agent Frazier
John Boyd
as Ian Spencer
Vincent Capone
as Evan McNeil
Rafi Silver
as Jonathan Swift
Yaroslav Poverlo
as Tomas's Brother
Amy Carlson
as Maureen Donovan
Sean Rogerson
as Glen Brown
Johanna Day
as Mouse Willis
Tauqir Shah
as Iraqi Businessman #1
Susan Knight
as Cynthia Wiles
Tyler McClendon
as Laird Woomer
Jase-Anthony Griffith
as Museum Security Guard
Howard Siegel
as Conductor
Tristin Leffler
as Emily Clayton
Paulette Hinz
as ER Nurse
Sara Wilson
as Tara Coleman
Phil Nee
as Archie
Meghan Markle
as Amy Jessup
Michael R. Smith
as FBI Tech Carl
Stephen Schnetzer
as Prof. Stewart Kinberg
Sandra Daley
as Dr. Winick
Ashley Roeca
as Agent #2
Deborah Twiss
as ER Nurse
Peter New
as Doorman
Carlos Diaz
as Randall
Emily Ziff
as Jill Leiter
David Nykl
as Rev. Marcus
Colby Paul
as Matt Jarvis
Francoise Yip
as Dr. Rosa Oporto
Colin Lawrence
as Agent Roach
Omar Habib
as Iraqi Businessman #2
Jake O'Connor
as Gregory Wiles
Rene Wang
as Mei Lin
Michelle Brezinski
as Mrs. Marcello
Courtney Lancaster
as Pediatric Nurse
John Stewart
as Male Passenger
John Hainsworth
as Old Wyatt
Duane McLaughlin
as Todd Pears
Nelson Peña
as Junior Agent
Quinn Martin
as Orderly
Irene Karas
as Off. Williams
Hamza Adam
as Deputy
Liam James
as Teddy Falls
Peter Fernandez
as Dr. Simon
Alberta Mayne
as Young Mother
Alice Kremelberg
as Lisa Donovan
Chazz Menendez
as Andrew Rusk
J.J. Makaro
as Deputy Bill
Ashley Liu
as Security Guard
Leonard Tenisci
as Harry Staller
Karin Konoval
as Dr. Christine Albright
Bob Payne
as Agent
Jennifer Missoni
as Christine Hollis
Jarod Joseph
as FBI Agent
Jared Grimes
as Teenager
James Tyce
as ND Agent
Rick Parker
as Cow Delivery Man
Chris LaPanta
as Gavin's Man
Kathryn Kirkpatrick
as Nurse Sheila
Ward Horton
as Mustang Man
Jacob Blair
as Trooper Jerry
Judith Maxie
as Hospital Administrator
Ed Vassallo
as Manager
Ken Camroux-Taylor
as Old Senator
Alicia Goranson
as Tattoo Girl
Anja Savcic
as Amanda Walsh
Lee Vincent
as FBI Tech
Nancy Linari
as Eliza Staller
Carolyn Feldschuh
as Older Woman
Max Train
as Eric Franko
Lee Jay Gladman
as CDC Officer
Brendon Zub
as David Staller
Richard Stroh
as Security #1
Al Miro
as Neal
John Macintyre
as Young Usher
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