Fringe executive producer/showrunner Jeff Pinkner has inked a 2-year overall deal with Warner Bros.TV. Under the 7-figure pact, he will continue on Fringe, the studio’s sci-fi drama for Fox, which was recently renewed for a 3rd season. Pinkner was brought into run Fringe, created by J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, in the pilot stage. Fringe marks the 3rd consecutive JJ Abrams series where Pinkner has served as exec producer following stints on ABC’s Lost and Alias.
Showrunner Jeff Pinkner Stays On 'Fringe'
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