Lance Reddick sits down with Dan Fienberg to tease plot leads and the predicament of his character Phillip Broyles on Fox's Fringe.
I was a little nervous when I sat down with Lance Reddick a couple weeks ago.
It wasn't because Reddick is a terrifying man -- despite playing steely authority figures like Daniels on "The Wire" and Broyles on "Fringe" he's soft-spoken and friendly.
It's just that I had already had a really good chat with Reddick at Comic-Con in July and given the secretive nature of all things "Fringe," there's sometimes a finite amount to discuss without new information.
Instead, my conversation with Reddick was perhaps the best of the slew of FOX-related interviews I did during the recent junket. We talked about what we can expect from Broyles in the final "Fringe" season, what it's like to approach this as a final season and what will come next for him. And despite the junket's relatively tight time confines, it's a fairly long interview, which our video guys figured would be more easily digested in two chunks.
So check out the interview. The first part is above and the second part is below. I'm pretty pleased with it.
And "Fringe" kicks off its final season tonight (September 28) at 9 p.m. on FOX.
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A long-time member of the TCA Board and a longer-time blogger of "American Idol," Dan Fienberg writes about TV, except for when he writes about movies or sometimes writes about the Red Sox. But never music. He would sound stupid talking about music.