Joshua Jackson talks to SFX about the final season of Fringe.
“I think it’s such a rare gift to be given what I consider to be a grace note at the end of a TV show. Most TV shows end in bloody, awful ways with bitterness and acrimony on all sides. I watched Firefly and I was not stoked when it was all of a sudden cancelled. So for us to have the opportunity knowing, going into the last year, that we have 13 episodes to go out and tell a really concise story that challenges everybody in the right way. [Showrunner] JH Wyman has the opportunity to go finish his story and finish his characters and leave off exactly where he wants to go.”