J.H. Wyman and the cast countdown to the Fringe finale in a new set report from TV Guide.
“It’s going to be big,” says Anna Torv, whose Olivia Dunham is already bearing the bumps and bruises of the previous episode’s action. “I’ll be impressed if we can shoot it in the time allotted.”
Not that the show hasn’t beaten the odds again and again, having survived several seasons thanks to a fan base stronger than its ratings might indicate. That’s why executive producer Joel Wyman has taken great pains to craft a finale he hopes will satisfy the diehards. “I didn’t want to come up with more universes or pull any dramatic tricks,” says Wyman, who is directing the two-hour finale’s last half. “A lot of times a showrunner is in the position to do what they like, because at the end of a series, nobody can tell you what to do. But I owe so much to the fans, I wanted to make sure it was for them.”
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