The Latest Fringe Promo Gives Us Our Best Look Yet at Season 4 (VIDEO)

Whoever is putting these incredible Fringe teasers together deserves some sort of award or extra-large shrimp cocktail, because they're blowing my mind and doing exactly what they're supposed to do: getting me super psyched for the upcoming season.

Here we have the most in-depth look at Season 4 we've seen to date, which bills next Friday's debut as both a season AND a series premiere (check out the word shifting from "series" to "season" at the end). It's definitely a new start for both the show and the Fringe Division as we see how things are going without Peter, who went *POOF* at the end of Season 3. Seth Gabel, who plays Lincoln Lee, also looks to get a lot more screentime ahead, as he's been promoted to series regular for Season 4.


And that's not all! Earlier today, the press was notified that screeners of the first two episodes of Fringe Season 4 are now available. Hell yes! And guess who delivered the news? Peter Bishop himself. Here's what he had to say:

Spooky, eh? And no, you cannot have Peter's email address.


Fringe returns next Friday, September 23 at 9pm on Fox.


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Eh... who is the dude with the glasses? Seth Gable? I hope it works out. He annoyed me in the shots in the trailer, usually not a good sign. Ah just wait and see. The last season got interesting after 7 episodes, I hope they can make this season great from the start, like season two.
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that was amazing
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can't.wait.any.longer!
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My excitement level is huge right now. I LOVE FRINGE!
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Soooooooooooooo exicted for Friday! And I think they made the right call briging Lincoln on as a series regular. Loved watching him in the Red Universe.
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In my fuzzy brain i have thought of all the possible ways* Peter can be "re-introduced" into the Fringe division to a point of exhaustion!. so please roll on 9/23!!

More dosage of Linc... Red or Blue universe Linc, both are ***





*As an Observer

*Amnesiac in a psych ward who appeared there sort of like in Terminator

*"Ghost" who has been living in Olivias house (Hey, its Fringe,they will probably call him something weirdly clever!)
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I love Fringe. Can't wait to see the premiere!
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Yay! Lincoln's a series regular now! Awesome decision Fringe writers/showrunners!
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The series/season shift at the end and the audio literally saying "series" premiere is either like others have said, to elude to an almost "reset" without Peter and the universes being merged. Or maybe, in the other universe it's like in the UK, series means season. Interesting take, can't wait for next Friday!
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I can't wait !
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More screen time for Astrid!!
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Holy cow! Best show ever. Period.
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I may be a little dense, but the shifting of the term season and series is confusing to me (a Brit). To me I thought they meant the same thing just we used Series and America used Season? No?
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We use "season" in America. "Series Premier" would mean the very first episode of the whole show, not of this particular season. I suspect it's meant to hint at the idea that some kind of "reset" button was sort of set when Peter got wiped out.
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*shivers from excessive Fringe withdrawals*
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looks awesome.
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I can hardly wait!
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the series/season premeire shimmer was way too cool!



anyone care to hypothesis who the observer was talking about when he said "...no one can know the boy..." ???



my first thought was the mini-observer from S1 "Inner Child" ... but I'm probably wrong ...
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gotta be Peter ... in this reality, he must have died when he was small (or so everyone thinks)
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Peter I'm guessing.
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Three kick ass seasons - now looks like they broke the impossible and making it even better - roll on 23rd !!!

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Lincoln as a regular Lincoln as a regular Lincoln as a regular Lincoln as a regularLincolnasaregularLincolnasaregularLincolnasaregularLincolnasaregular MWAHAHAHA!
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- speechless -
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holy crap!!! september 23! please come sooner!
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So awesome. This Friday can't come soon enough.
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Oh man I cant stop grinning!
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awesome

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Seth Gabel, you are pure gorgeousness and awesomeness.

Thank god for being a series regular now.
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No other show can do what Fringe does.

Cant wait for the premier
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I feel like a kid on Christmas eve. And I'm going to feel like that during the whole upcoming season.
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first thing first, anyone know name of that cool music?



and secondly, for some reason this promo just make me feel like

im watching a promo for the x files.....granted fringe is different and I love

everything about it, it just the way this video is making me feel ready
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"Series Premiere" nice one...
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omg this looks so amazingly awesome!!! That seth gabel guy looks to be a good addition. This is also good because new viewers will kinda be re-introduced along with him. I'm guessing that's why they switched between 'season' and 'series'.
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Can't wait!
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Ohhhh goodness this is going to be great.
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The production value seems to have been obviously lowered but I still can't wait. Fringe is one of my must watch shows. I do hope there are still witty and fictionally scientific plots. I can't believe that Fox seems so excited about this show, even though they have a rep of cancelling science fiction shows. I'm not expecting a season 5 but I'm expecting for this season to be the best.
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LOve every bit of it. Fringe is the best.
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Absolute chills of excitement!
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I can't decide what I'm more excited for. This or Dexter!
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Beyond excited!
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Easily, my most anticipated premier of the fall. This is the best Sci-Fi show of the past decade(that's right Lost fans, I went there).
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Lost wasn't ever a "sci-fi" show. It started off as an adventure show and finished as a fantasy.
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A lot of people would disagree with you saying that fantasy and sci-fi are the same thing :D. Sci-fi is just fantasy that slightly based on science. Slightly different flavors of the same thing.
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TV.com seems to disagree with you. Look it up.
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What a weird show...LOVE it
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LOVE LOVE LOVE! I see they're revisiting John Scott's pathogen from the "Pilot" episode as well as the kid observer from "The Inner Child". This is going to be the most intricate season yet!
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ah common !
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