"Fringe" might be on its way out, but it's leaving with a bang.
The series, co-created by J.J. Abrams, will end its five-season run with a two-hour finale on Jan. 18 starting at 8 p.m., Fox said Friday. The finale, which will also mark the series' 100th episode, will bring the series to "a climactic conclusion," the network said.
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“It has been an absolute honor to have been a part of the weird and wonderful world of 'Fringe,' Abrams said in a statement. "I will always owe the cast and crew for pouring their hearts and souls into every dimension of this series. Creating the show with Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman was a joy, but watching it evolve over the years into such an imaginative, insane and heartbreaking ride is nothing less than a thrill.”
The supernatural series, which stars Joshua Jackson, was a fan favorite, but has suffered in the ratings, and was renewed for a fifth and final season of 13 episodes in April.