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Anna Torv wins Most Outstanding Actress Award"
"Of course I grew up watching the Logies so this is really special and I feel incredibly honored. Thank you so much. There’s so many people I want to thank- Chris Uhlmann and Steve Lewis who wrote the book that Secret City was based on. Thank you for your generosity and also for allowing Harry to become Harriet so that I could play her. Foxtel, Brian Walsh and Penny Win, thank you. Matchbox Pictures, Joanna Werner and Penny Chapman thank you so much. And I want to thank Emma Freeman who really did steer this great big ship. That collective and our incredible writers, our outstanding cast and amazing crew came together to create a show that I am so proud of and I’m thrilled to accept this award as a direct result of everyone who worked on the production of Secret City. Thank you."  Watch video
Anna Torv cast for David Fincher's new Netflix Drama "Mindhunter"
Anna Torv will portray FBI psychologist Wendy in the new Netflix series, set to debut in 2017. The project is based on the 1996 book Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit by John Douglas and Mark Olshanker. Taking place in 1979, it revolves around two FBI agents who interview serial killers in an effort to help them solve current murders. Torv will also be working with Fight Club alum Holt McCallany (who played the Mechanic).
With Torv familiar with playing an FBI agent and McCallany familiar with Fincher's work, these two together will definitely make Mindhunter a hit. Jonathan Groff, who was recently in HBO's Looking series, was also cast in an unknown role. about the storyline and Torv's return to US television. Read More
The end of Fringe is an end of an era
Many people may not realize it, but without Fringe there will be no true science fiction left on on U.S. network television for the forseeable future. Freelance writer Graeme McMillan ruminates in Wired about the impact of the show and how it will be missed. Read More
Fringe Series Finale Airs Friday at 8:00!
Fringe fans, the day is finally here. A series finale event five seasons in the making airs this Friday, January 18, at 8/7 central. It's a two hour block, so make sure you don't miss the first hour and only tune into the 9:00 episode as is usually scheduled. In the first hour of the two-part series finale, the Fringe team engages a desperate plan as Olivia embarks on a dangerous and otherworldly journey into the unknown. Then, the acclaimed series that has explored the human condition through the prism of parallel universes, unexplainable phenomena and unimaginable threats, reaches a milestone 100th episode and comes to an epic and climatic conclusion. Peter, Olivia, Walter, Astrid and Broyles face off against the Observers in one final and extraordinary battle for the fate of mankind. The five-season saga comes to an epic and emotional end. Make sure you're there at 8:00 or set your DVR. You won't want to miss it. Also, if you haven't already, check out the promo. Be aware that it shows scenes from the finale and could be considered a spoiler. As per Wiki policy, no information from the promo should be posted on this site until after the finale airs. Enjoy the remaining moments of Fringe and thank you for contributing to this Wiki and turning it into what it is! We hope to see your continued involvement long after the finale airs. Watch the Promo
Fringe Production Near End!
Fringe Begins All Over Again in Syndication!