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With "Fringe" getting a chance to end creatively (and not as a business decision), showrunner Joel Wyman has a lot to be thankful for when it comes to the cult favorite. But that doesn't mean he is in love with every minute of the series, which will end its run in January. In fact, there is one big regret Wyman has: Pulling Peter Bishop out of existence. "I learned a great deal from that," Wyman recently told SFX magazine. "It didn't work. People didn't like it and felt it was sort of stupid and didn't get it." At the end of the third season, Joshua Jackson's popular character was erased from existence, which created yet another alternate reality for the Fringe crew. Peter was supposed to be completely erased by The Observers, but one renegade Observer decided to not do it, and Peter »

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