We expect lots of twists and turns when it comes to a show like Fringe. That's OK. But sometimes it's still nice to have a bit of a road map. That's probably why FOX has released official descriptions for the Fringe season 5 episodes airing in October and November of 2012. What can we expect from them? Keep reading to find out!
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WARNING: Fringe season 5 spoilers lie ahead. Navigate these perilous, secret-filled waters at your own risk. And please don't get mad or anything. That's no fun.
Between now and the end of November, there will be at least four new Fringe
episodes coming our way. That takes us more than halfway to the end of season 5! And the end of Fringe
But put such sad thoughts from your mind now and just enjoy these hints about what is to come in the next few weeks of Fringe
season 5.Friday, October 26 at 9pm: "The Bullet that Saved the World"
When the Fringe team tracks a lead into a hostile and heavily guarded location, Phillip Broyles (Lance Reddick) resurfaces - but can he be trusted?For a sneak peek video of this episode, "The Bullet That Saved the World," click here
. Friday, November 2 at 9pm: "An Origin Story"
In the aftermath of devastating events, the Fringe team reels and someone makes a pivotal and shocking move.
Friday, November 9 at 9pm: "Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There"
A Fringe team member takes on a new role, and Walter (John Noble) follows leads to a key piece in their battle against the Observers.
Friday, November 16 at 9pm: "Five-Twenty-Ten"
As the fight for the future intensifies, a member of the Fringe team orchestrates a Fringe event of his own.
Scared yet? I freaked out just reading those descriptions...
What do you expect to see as Fringe moves through season 5? What do you want to see? Do you think that all of the major Fringe characters will make it out alive? Leave your theories and comments below!
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