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Fringe: Season 3

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Fringe: Season 3


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After two seasons of flirting, Fringe finally commits to the concept of parallel worlds, setting a good third of its stories on the well-realised Other Side, where technology is better but the damage from the rift in reality also considerably worse. Anna Torv finally gets a chance to shine, as the actress plays both the version of Olivia we’ve come to know and ‘Fauxlivia’ when they briefly switch places. The anchor, though, remains John Noble’s Dr. Walter Bishop: brilliant in any universe.


Reviewed by James White


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RE: Criminally underrated

L: TomBowler as usual. The cast are becoming even better as the show goes on and their characters become more and more layered/convoluted. John Noble deserves as many awards as can be heaped upon him. I don't understand how the consistently unfunny Big Bang Theory can get 4 stars while this gets 3. sp;   While I did like the first season of Fringe and most of Season 2 I have to say Season 3 was dreadful. You are right about John Noble he should get awards. But I have to say I do... More

Posted by NCC1701A at 12:56, 28 June 2012 | Report This Post


Criminally underrated

as usual. The cast are becoming even better as the show goes on and their characters become more and more layered/convoluted. John Noble deserves as many awards as can be heaped upon him. I don't understand how the consistently unfunny Big Bang Theory can get 4 stars while this gets 3. ... More

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Posted by TomBowler at 12:15, 17 November 2011 | Report This Post


not impressed

Fringe is way ahead of most shows on tv this third season was bold brave and scifitastic a five star show reviewer got this one wrong ... More

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Posted by jodyjal at 14:18, 10 November 2011 | Report This Post


not impressed

Fringe is way ahead of most shows on tv this third season was bold brave and scifitastic a five star show reviewer got this one wrong ... More

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Posted by jodyjal at 14:18, 10 November 2011 | Report This Post


Wot the Wot??

Fringe last year was the best show on TV last year!! Big Bang gets 4 stars, and this gets 3? lol...okkkk ... More

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Posted by bram00 at 13:24, 30 October 2011 | Report This Post


3 stars for the best season of one of the best shows on TV? Empire, i'd check Mister White into rehab, as he must be on drugs to make a mistake like this ... More

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Posted by Roddersj04 at 18:10, 28 October 2011 | Report This Post


3 stars for the best season of one of the best shows on TV? Empire, i'd check Mister White into rehab, as he must be on drugs to make a mistake like this ... More

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Posted by Roddersj04 at 18:10, 28 October 2011 | Report This Post


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