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'Fringe' actors accept their EWwy Awards -- VIDEO

The actors on Fringe may have gotten teary at Comic-Con talking about the end of the series, but on set last week, they sang a stronger tune. They’re about halfway through filming their final season, and the end game still seems like a distant future, most said.

But when EW handed Anna Torv a pair of tiny golden Ewes — her awards for winning Best Actress in a Drama and Best Drama in EW’s 5th annual EWwys — that’s when she began to tear up. And who can blame her? 1) The sheep are adorable. And 2) as you’ll hear her say, the statues come from the people who kept the show alive for five years.

Click below to watch Torv, John Noble, and former executive producer Jeff Pinkner accept their bounty. (Note: We made sure Josh Jackson got his as well!)

UPDATEFringe executive producer/showrunner J.H. Wyman also shared some kind words! “On behalf of everyone involved in Fringe, I want to take a moment to thank all of our incredible fans who voted and have made Fringe the winner of Entertainment Weekly’s Best Drama Series EWwy Award for the third year in a row,” he tells EW. “We are honored to have had such a dedicated and loyal fanbase supporting this show over the years, and we are working overtime to deliver an unforgettable fifth and final season.”
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Anna Torv thanks 'Fringe' fans for EWwy repeat

On Friday, we announced the winners of our 5th Annual EWwy Awards, which honor the shows and actors that EW and its readers felt deserved to be nominated or an Emmy but weren’t. More than 250,000 votes were counted in this year’s 10 categories. While Community dominated the comedy side (snagging Best Comedy, Best Actor for Joel McHale, Best Supporting Actor for Danny Pudi, and Best Supporting Actress for Alison Brie), Fringe was the clear favorite in the drama categories earning Best Drama for the third year in a row along with second wins for Best Supporting Actor John Noble and Best Actress Anna Torv. “What can I say that I haven’t said before?” Torv says in a statement to EW. “Our fans are aces and EW readers are no exception. Their support has been invaluable, and I’ll be cradling my EWwy Award as Fringe crosses the finish line.”

We’re making plans to visit the Fringe and Community sets to hand-deliver their EWwy trophies later this month, so stay tuned for actual EWwy cradling.

Read more:
EWwys 2012: Meet Your Winners!

Entertainment Geekly: Fall Geek TV Preview!

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Summer is over, which can only mean one thing: TV is coming back! On the new episode of Entertainment Geekly, Jeff and I talk about the new and returning shows that we’re most excited about. Topics discussed include: The crazy ambition of Last Resort, the hopeful possibilities in the concept for Revolution, our simultaneous excitement and concern about the final season of Fringe, our managed expectations for the third season of The Walking Dead, and an attempt to figure out exactly what the first season of American Horror Story was all about. And also Homeland, because who doesn’t dig Mandy Patinkin?

Listen to the complete podcast below, or check us out in the iTunes store. Tweet arguments and counterarguments at us at @EWDocJensen and @DarrenFranich.


Past Podcasts:
Entertainment Geekly looks at ‘The Hobbit,’ ‘Cloud Atlas,’ and the other geeky fall movies
Wonder Woman and Superman in love! Plus: More ‘Big Brother’
Thoughts on the ‘Hobbit’ trilogy, and an argument for the greatness of Paul Verhoeven
The epic ‘Dark Knight Rises’ podcast
The movies of Comic-Con, plus our ‘Dark Knight Rises’ likes (and dislikes)
The ‘Before Watchmen’ debate (Plus: Alan Moore does Harry Potter!)

Last Call! Turn the Emmy-snubbed into EWwy winners by voting in all 10 categories here!

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Voting for EW’s 5th Annual EWwy Awards — honoring the shows, actors, and actresses readers believe deserved an Emmy nomination but didn’t receive one — ends Thursday at 3 p.m. ET. (Winners will be announced Friday.) For a deep dive into the nominees, click through the Comedy categories and the Drama categories. Or, cast your ballot now by voting in the 10 polls below.

And the Drama nominees are…

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EWwy Awards reminder: Voting ends Thursday!

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With tonight’s return of Sons of Anarchy, recipient of four nominations in EW’s 5th annual EWwys — a celebration of the Emmy-snubbed — it’s a good time to remind you that voting for the 2012 EWwys ends this Thursday at 3 p.m. ET. Winners will be announced on Friday. View the drama nominees and vote here (there’s a poll after each category). Click here for the comedy nominees.

Read more:
Emmys: Snubs in Comedy? Vote to Make ‘em EWwy 2012 Winners!
Emmys: Snubs in Drama? Vote to Make ‘em EWwy 2012 Winners!
EWwy Awards: ‘An election we all can agree on,’ says Rob Lowe
EWwy Awards 2012: Which Supporting Actor is the tougher race?

EWwy Awards 2012: Which Supporting Actor is the tougher race?

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It’s Day 2 of voting for EW’s 5th Annual EWwy Awards, honoring the shows and actors snubbed by the Emmys, and already, a themed has emerged in the comments: That Supporting Actor race is brutal — whether you’re talking drama or comedy.

The comedy nominees are Parks and Recreation‘s Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt, and Aziz Ansari, along with Community‘s Danny Pudi and Donald Glover. (Vote here.) The drama nominees are Fringe‘s John Noble, Boardwalk Empire‘s Michael Pitt, Mad Men‘s John Slattery, The Killing‘s Joel Kinnaman, and Justified‘s Walton Goggins. (Vote here.) Which category is tougher? We’re resisting the urge to type a new poll. Here’s what readers are saying: READ FULL STORY

EW's 5th Annual EWwy Awards for the Emmy-snubbed: Voting starts now!

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It’s September, which means it’s once again time for the EWwys, EW.com’s annual awards honoring the shows, actors, and actresses that should’ve been nominated for an Emmy but weren’t. This year’s nominees are a combination of those who made EW critic Ken Tucker’s Emmy wish list and those who readers felt were most grievously snubbed when the Emmy nominations were announced in July. Check out the nominees in the five EWwy Comedy categories and vote for your favorites hereClick through the nominees in the five EWwy Drama categories and cast your votes here. Polls will remain open through Sept. 13. Winners will be announced Sept. 14. There are trophies involved, to which two-time EWwy winner Courteney Cox can attest: READ FULL STORY

Season Finale Awards: Vote now!

The polls are officially open in our third annual readers’ choice Season Finale Awards. Now through Monday, vote for your favorites — or least favorites — in 20 categories. We’ll crown the winners Tuesday. READ FULL STORY

Entertainment Geekly: The fascinating, flawed 'Fringe' season finale

Last Friday, the fourth season of Fringe ended with an action-packed finale. There was a shocking special guest star, a shocking near-death, a shocking pregnancy…and, in the end, a shocking lack of closure on a season that began with a controversial timeline reboot. On today’s episode of Entertainment Geekly, we analyze the finale in the context of the ambitious season, and offer some thoughts about what lies ahead in the final 13 episodes. Topics include: The crucial narrative importance of the alternate universe, a theory about the origin of the Observer-centric “Letters of Transit” episode, some totally expected praise for John Noble, some perhaps-less-expected praise for Lincoln Lee, and a tangential exploration of the specific anxiety felt by fans of low-rated TV shows. READ FULL STORY

Leonard Nimoy 'talking' about returning for 'Star Trek' sequel?

Leonard Nimoy has been talking retirement for a couple years now. And why not? His 2009 appearance in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek reboot felt like a valediction for Nimoy’s most iconic role and for his entire era of Star Trek history — not to mention an implicit assertion that, in modern geekdom, Spock/Nimoy has probably become a more important and popular figure than Kirk/Shatner. Then, in 2010, the season 2 finale of Fringe featured a send-off for Nimoy’s mysterious William Bell that seemed like an appropriately cosmic exit. The problem is that, like Jay-Z before him, Nimoy just keeps on working through his retirement. And although his output lately has been limited to voice roles — on Fringe, in Transformers: Tokyo Drift, and most recently on The Big Bang Theory — Nimoy might be staging a full-scale return. READ FULL STORY

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