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Fringe: The Complete Second Season

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From J.J. Abrams (Lost), Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci – the team behind Star Trek and Alias – and executive producers Jeff Pinkner, J.H. Wyman and Bryan Burk, Fringe returns for a second thrilling season and continues to explore the unexplained phenomena and terrifying occurrences linked throughout the world – known simply as “The Pattern“ – in pursuit of a larger, more shocking truth. Set in Boston, the FBI’s Fringe Division formed when Special Agent … More >>

Fringe: The Complete Second Season

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This review covers my sentiments for SEASON 1 and SEASON 2. Its a good series in season 1 from pilot to episode 6 or 7……and then STRAP YOURSELF IN cuz its going to get way way way better from that point on.

Think LOST in SEASON 1. Thats Fringe. nothing to do with the story lines But with the excitement and anticipation each episode brings. Well mostly each episode. Yes sometimes they’ll do an episode that doesnt advance the story line of the SERIES – which drives me nuts btw – but even in those few episodes, the story you will see in that episode will be greatly entertaining and leave you wanting more.

DO NOT start watching this at 11pm if you have an early morning. There is no way you will start and not watch at least three episodes. maybe if you are strong willed you might be able to just watch one or two among the first 6 episodes of season 1. But DO NOT TRY it with starting your viewing late in the evening with an episode that is after 6 of season 1. If you do that, I promise You WILL BE WATCHING 5 episodes back to back before you know it.

You have been warned………..
Rating: 5 / 5

For many avid TV watches, the series finale of LOST in May of 2010 tore a hole in their silver-screen world that one could drive a truck through. Shows like “V” and “Flashforward” have been heavily advertised as ABC’s “new alternatives” to LOST, but neither has even remotely captured the imagination of the viewing audience. Fortunately, FOX has found a gem (once again from mastermind creator JJ Abrams) with “Fringe”, the only network-TV show on the airwaves right now that can be deemed a worthy successor to “the Island”.

Though the first half of “Fringe: Season One” was quite slow (almost to the point of boring), it really picked up the pace down the home stretch and, by the season one finale, was absolutely incredible. This second season doesn’t backpedal whatsoever, continuing to provide entertaining, mind-bending fiction week after week.

For a basic season summary, all three of the primary characters have their own unique storylines that play out in tangent as the season progresses:

-Walter Bishop, the mad scientist turned mental patient turned eccentric scientist, grapples with the horrible things he did as a young man, and how he can ever begin to rectify himself for those actions.

-Peter Bishop, Walter’s son, begins to realize the reason why large portions of his youth are unremembered, as he starts to piece together the fact that his familial roots may not exactly be from “around here”.

-Olivia Dunham, lead FBI agent, also deals with the demons of Dr. Bishop’s past, as she finds out that, as a child, she took part in one of his more large-scale experiments, which left her with strange abilities that she debates the merit of developing.

Of course, while each character goes through those personal battles, they still continue to investigate the mind-bending “fringe science” phenomena that the show is known for. I look at the show as a combination of The X-Files (for its investigative setting) and LOST (extremely ambitious plot angles that never fail to give you an emotional payoff).

Thus, if you are a bit “lost” after your favorite island castaways departed, give this JJ Abrams effort a look-see. It just may give you something to look forward to again next fall.
Rating: 5 / 5

Fringe is an amazing show. And Season Two keeps it coming. Almost every episode delves into the unknown and weird. You learn more about the team.

My only concern is the finale. There were some issues around the ending. Maybe they will explain it with the new season.

Overall this is a great show that will keep you thinking an guessing until the truth comes out. And even then you might still wonder.
Rating: 5 / 5

Well cast, well written, excellent production values; smatterings of humor and plenty of creepy/freaky/gross-out moments – without a doubt, the smartest, highest-quality sci-fi on TV since Sculley and Mulder left us.
Rating: 5 / 5

I watched about 15 episodes on Cable TV, then got side tracked and ended up missing the rest of the season. When I got it on Blu-ray, I could have picked up where I left off from watching it on Cable TV, but instead I started it from the beginning and I’m glad I did. The special effects are much prettier on Blu-ray. I haven’t watched a single episode of Season 2 because I plan on buying it on Blu-ray for my first watch. Great show, and I got it at a stellar price. Thanks Amazon!
Rating: 5 / 5

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