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Fringe Season 5: Observe
When “Letter of Transit” aired, Fringe fans were understandably confused about what this out of time episode meant for the show. Flashing forward 24 years in the future, we were taken to a dystopian world run by the Observers. We finally learned what their agenda was: taking over our world after having messed up their own. The episode ended with Walter, Astrid, and Peter being released from amber, having not aged a day, preparing to take on the Observers with the help of Peter’s now adult daughter. We were left with a cliffhanger and the following week we were back in the present day. Are we ever going back to this future?
According to SFX and executive producer JH Wyman, the answer is a soft yes. Wyman says we will see this future again, but it is not what the end game of Fringe will necessarily look like. But it is important. When Season 4 ended, Walter was visited by the Observer September, warning him the rest of his people were coming. Now, we know the Observers don’t invade until 2015, so it stands to reason Fringe will likely be doing some jumping around in time. It just makes sense if they would do that if they are part of the story they want to tell. On the other hand, the writers could have something completely different in mind.
When Fringe first started, I never would have guessed it would turn into a show about multiple dimensions and alternate timelines, but it has proven more than capable of doing both and more. Whatever the fifth and final season of Fringe ends up being, I’m sure it will be a wild ride and will have a satisfying conclusion. I want to see where the future storyline is leading, but I won’t be putting all my chickens in that basket. I’m still just excited to be getting Season 5 at all!