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When an international flight lands at Boston's Logan Airport and the passengers and crew have all died grisly deaths, FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham is called in to investigate. When the search nearly kills her partner, Special Agent John Scott, a desperate Olivia searches frantically for someone to help, leading her to Dr. Walter Bishop, our generation's Einstein. There's only one catch: He's been institutionalized for the last 20 years, and the only way to question him requires pulling his estranged son, Peter (Joshua Jackson), in to help. Under Special Agent Phillip Broyles, our trio will discover that what happened on that fatal flight is only a small piece of a larger, more shocking truth.
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#1
Hmmm, this is tempting.

Do people recommend this? How many series are there?

Thanks :)
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pokerpad
Hmmm, this is tempting.

Do people recommend this? How many series are there?

Thanks :)


Currently on series 3. One of my favourite tv shows :)

Gripping and exciting. Well worth it :)
#3
Heavily recommended I don't know anyone who doesn't like it who has seen it! Walter is great.
Heat added !
#4
Cheers - I think I'll give it a go :)
1 Like #5
Waiting for season 2 to drop, LOVE this show, very good :) heat for OP
#6
Great show. Easy to give up on in the first episodes as it doesn't so much find it's feet but lay some groundwork. Giving it a second go after the first episode was a revelation. Get to the 4th one and you're away.
#7
Hopefully this makes it to Season 4. Fox are moving it to Friday in the US, and very few shows keep going after a move to Friday :/
#8
This show is excellent. I am waiting for season 2 to drop too, or be re-shown on sky.
Definitely recommend
#9
This season is hit and miss. Much of it is fantastic, but there are a few duds. Quite early on too. Don't be put off though, it really finds its feet in season 2 and season 3 is on a huge roll; one of the best shows on TV right now!

Edited By: InaudibleWhisper on Jan 19, 2011 17:05
#10
Best current show by a long shot imo.

:) Be careful not to get too into Faux-livia in series 3 though, you wouldn't want to "Fall right into her Vagenda!" lol XD
#11
In my view this is the best Sci-fi show to ever come out of the US. Season one really doesn't get going till about episode 6 and even then its a bit slow, but there is a reason why its paced like that, but then they had to make it go faster towards the end of season 1 as they had, due to orders by Fox, to put all the reveals planned for season 2 in the last 3 episodes of season 1.

Really an amazing show, even if they have been making it up as they go along from about the end of season 1. Its largely due to the quality of the 3 lead actors (although you would never guess how good Anna Torv is from the first half of Season 1), really a bit of inspired casting getting that trio.
#12
walters not as cool in series 3 so far hopefully now things are sorted he'll be back to his bumbling old self
#13
One of the best Sci-Fi shows around. John Noble makes it what it is though.

Decent price, but bear in mind that Series 2 is always 30-40 quid, so its still better value to buy these both together in a set.
#14
awesome tv show. :D
#15
Would definately recommend this
#16
Fantastic show, would highly recommend, just watching the end of season 2 through Love Films! :)
#17
tinodz
Hopefully this makes it to Season 4. Fox are moving it to Friday in the US, and very few shows keep going after a move to Friday :/


Fox have come out and said there are no plans to cancel it and are fully behind it...

Can't recommend this show enough. Brilliant.
#18
The missus in her wisdom decided my birthday present was going to be the 1+2 boxset on bluray
Fantastic series, just got to forget half of series 3 when I watch them 1+2 now!
#19
X-files all over again, stopped watching after eps 4 or 5. Most of the enjoyment I got was from figuring out who was meant to be Mulder, Scully and so on.
#20
More akin to Alias than X-Files.

You'll also have to watch all the episodes twice.

Once for the stories and then once again to try and spot all the "Observers", there's one in every episode.

Edited By: Entilzha on Jan 19, 2011 18:19
#21
KingSquad
Heavily recommended I don't know anyone who doesn't like it who has seen it! Walter is great.
Heat added !


I saw the pilot episode and didn't really like that and only heard average reviews overall for first season, but heard quite good things since so keep being tempted to give it a second go.


Judging from other comments on here suggests I should give it another go but stick with it after the first 6 or so.
#22
Entilzha
More akin to Alias than X-Files.You'll also have to watch all the episodes twice.Once for the stories and then once again to try and spot all the "Observers", there's one in every episode.

I'm sure you're right, I'm just tired of this type of programme, all questions with no answers. Causing just enough hype to sell sky tv and force hours of adverts upon you.
#23
Awesome Series :D Not a fan of Sci-Fi normally
#24
Just watched the pilot + episode 2 on Bluray, and can't wait to watch more. Looks and sounds good in hidef too. 20 episodes for < 14 quid. Bargain.

I also recommend one of Abrams other shows - Alias.
#25
I do love the series, have Series 1 on DVD and Series 2 on Blu-Ray... but this code is not working... so gonna hold off on it for now.
#26
iv tried the discount code OOTD1 but it doesnt add a discount. Remains at the same price. Any ideas?
#27
Laydon
X-files all over again, stopped watching after eps 4 or 5. Most of the enjoyment I got was from figuring out who was meant to be Mulder, Scully and so on.

is being like one of the most popular programmes of the 90's a bad thing though? Couldn't be more different if you stick with it
#28
Laydon
Entilzha
More akin to Alias than X-Files.You'll also have to watch all the episodes twice.Once for the stories and then once again to try and spot all the "Observers", there's one in every episode.


I'm sure you're right, I'm just tired of this type of programme, all questions with no answers. Causing just enough hype to sell sky tv and force hours of adverts upon you.


Nah, Fringe isn't like that. Season 3 just dove headfirst into a story arc that other shows daren't even hint at. There's no concern about being trailed along with nothing explained.
#29
has anyone had any luck with the OOTD1 discount code? because i still havent!
#30
Laydon
X-files all over again, stopped watching after eps 4 or 5. Most of the enjoyment I got was from figuring out who was meant to be Mulder, Scully and so on.


Such a lazy comparison, this rightly holds it own on a par with x-files but is so different. You need to watch more of it before writing it off.

This is a brilliant price for the 20-odd episodes you get and extras.
#31
Nothing even remotely like Alias. Alias was aimed at the teen market, and it showed in the shallow characterisation and storylines.

Season One of Fringe was a slight disappointment for me, as it was almost too like the X-files. Season Two really picked up the pace and the main story arc starting to come through. Season Three was an absolute belter - best TV show I've watched since Battlestar Galactica.
#32
great series though theyve spoiled it a bit as i like the underlying story but also that each episode had its own story......now its more like a lost wannabe with a never ending story....gave up with lost after 2nd episode with not alot happening.

still one of the better shows though

Edited By: royals on Jan 20, 2011 00:10
#33
InaudibleWhisper
Laydon
Entilzha
More akin to Alias than X-Files.You'll also have to watch all the episodes twice.Once for the stories and then once again to try and spot all the "Observers", there's one in every episode.
I'm sure you're right, I'm just tired of this type of programme, all questions with no answers. Causing just enough hype to sell sky tv and force hours of adverts upon you.
Nah, Fringe isn't like that. Season 3 just dove headfirst into a story arc that other shows daren't even hint at. There's no concern about being trailed along with nothing explained.

er you are wrong season 3 is like that, another lost never ending story wannable (and their newer series name i forget 2mins thingy which i got bored with after 4-5 shows) prefer season 1 and 2 with more empathsis on individual stories.....watch all 3 series in succession and you will see the format has changed alot for season 3

Edited By: royals on Jan 20, 2011 00:14
#34
psybear
Nothing even remotely like Alias. Alias was aimed at the teen market, and it showed in the shallow characterisation and storylines. Season One of Fringe was a slight disappointment for me, as it was almost too like the X-files. Season Two really picked up the pace and the main story arc starting to come through. Season Three was an absolute belter - best TV show I've watched since Battlestar Galactica.

lol i liked season 1 because it was liked a gory version of xfiles, 2 was good with the sub plot, not so keen on 3 as its just liked lost, questions and answers and no end to each episode
#35
Season 3 is very good with the parallel world arc.

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