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FRINGE lives again on Fridays on Science Channel

–FRINGE Moves to Friday Nights at 8PM (ET/PT) Beginning January 25–

After the critically-acclaimed franchise ended its fifth season last Friday night on FOX, FRINGE fans turn to Science Channel on Friday nights from 8-11PM (ET/PT), beginning January 25, to relive the entire FRINGE experience from the very beginning.

Science Channel continues to enhance FRINGE with leading experts, such as Dr. Michio Kaku, examining phenomena such as time travel, dream sharing, and parallel universes with the short-form series, “Science of FRINGE”. Friday night airings of FRINGE on Science Channel will begin with special appearances by series star John Noble, who sets the stage for the back-to-back-to-back episodes.

FRINGE explores the ever-blurring line between scientific concepts and reality, where hybrid beings tear through sewers, thieves walk through walls and portals open to parallel universes. Unable to police a world in which science has advanced beyond our wildest dreams-and nightmares-Olivia Dunham (series star Anna Torv) seeks help from Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble) and his jack-of-all-trades son, Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson). Under the direction of Special Agent Phillip Broyles (Lance Redd*ck) and assisted by Agents Astrid Farnsworth (Jasika Nicole), Charlie Francis (Kirk Acevedo) and Lincoln Lee (Seth Gabel), the Fringe Team investigates unusual incidents that defy human logic and unimaginable events that threaten our very existence on a universal scale.

This Friday night on Science Channel, season two of FRINGE concludes from 8-10PM (ET/PT) and season three begins from 10-11PM (ET/PT).

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