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'Fringe' Renewed For Season Four By Fox

'Fringe' has been renewed for a fourth season.

The news will no doubt come as a relief to fans who were afraid the cult sci-fi drama would be cancelled after being moved to what is affectionately called the Friday 'death slot' earlier this season.

“Fringe has truly hit a creative stride and has distinguished itself as one of television’s most original programs," says Fox President Kevin Reilly.

"The series’ ingenious producers, amazingly talented cast and crew, as well as some of the most passionate and loyal fans on the planet, made this fourth-season pickup possible."

“When we moved the show to Fridays, we asked the fans to follow and they did. We’re thrilled to bring it back for another full season and keep it part of the Fox family.”

The 22-episode order comes after the show garnered a series low in its most recent episode with 3.6 million viewers.

“This early pickup comes at a perfect time as we start production on the Season Three finale,” add showrunners and executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman. “We join the cast and crew in thanking our loyal fans and Fox for allowing us to have this much fun telling stories we love.”

March 25, 2011 |

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