'Fringe' ends its third season Friday night, and Fox is teasing fans with a full cinematic trailer. How will Peter and the Fringe Division prevent the destruction of both universes?
Michael Crider is a native-born Texan, as well as a movie and TV junkie. While his favorites tend to be science fiction and off-kilter comedies, he's not above a Law & Order rerun, either. Some of his all-time favorites include Firefly, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Battlestar Galactica (2003), News Radio, Scrubs and Dead Like Me. When not writing for Screen Rant, Michael's a freelance graphic designer.
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