Former "Lost" co-executive producer and writer, David Fury is reuniting with Bad Robot next season.
Deadline was the first outlet to report that Fury has signed on to the fourth season of "Fringe" as a writer and a consulting producer. On his twitter account, Fury added "For those keeping score... I'm back under the Bad Robot umbrella... New writer-prod on a little show called FRINGE. Couldn't be happier."
Among genre fans, Fury is perhaps best known for working on "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "Angel" alongside Joss Whedon and several other writers. Fury also made a cameo appearance in the popular "Buffy" musical episode (pictured above) as well as the internet hit, "Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog."
Prior to that, Fury got his start on HBO's "Dream On," before writing for "Life's Work," "Working," "The Jackie Thomas Show," "House of Buggin'," "The Wild Thornberrys" and the classic animated comedy series, "Pinky and the Brain." Fury's previous TV series for Bad Robot was "Lost," where Fury wrote several pivotal episodes during his short tenure in the first season of the show.
More recently, Fury was an executive producer and writer for four seasons of "24," before moving over to "Terra Nova." However, Fury departed that series last year after rumored creative differences with the other executive producers.
The fourth season of "Fringe" will kick off this fall.