Now in it's fourth season in the US, the third season of Fringe is a fantastic ride of science fiction, action and shows just how far the show has evolved and come from it's first season when it was easy to view it as mostly a knock off of 'The X-Files' from years earlier. Which to an extent was the case..............but in it's three years Fringe has more than become it's own completely different show as well.
As the repercussions of season two's finale play out and greater threats and dangers loom, the very existence of more than one world hangs in the balance as the Fringe team encounters ever more bizarre events.
EVERYTHING that has been slowly built up over the preceding two seasons comes into play big time in this fantastic third season of Fringe, in ways that surprise and entertain in equal measure. All of the actors in the show are on form and convince perfectly with their performances. Especially Anna Torv and John Noble, but Joshua Jackson is also very good as his character becomes the most important piece of the entire Fringe puzzle by the finale.
Plus, the show looks fantastic - it's seriously one of the best shot shows of the moment with visual effects and production values that complement the solid stories of the series itself. The extras package is pretty standard for a Fringe season boxset, with various deleted scenes, behind the scenes, cast and crew commentaries and the like.
I can't wait to get into season 4!