Usually when a show has low, or just average, ratings a networks tends to get involved to help boost its numbers. That won’t be the case with Fox’s Fringe, which took a hit in the ratings last season due mostly to a move to the highly competitive Thursday night:
“We have no intention of screwing with ‘Fringe,’ because the show is going to be great,” Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly said Monday at the Television Critics Association press tour. “It really came into its own last season. If I have any frustration, it’s that I’d like the audience to be bigger because people deserve to see the work.”
Reilly also teased upcoming season three episodes of the series:
Reilly said he has seen the first batch of scripts for “Fringe” Season 3 that take place in the “overthere” — its alternate universe that was visited at the end of Season 2.
Source: Airlock Alpha