Fox’s hit drama Fringe returns tonight and continues the surprising cliffhanger of alternate-world Olivia Dunham replacing our favorite FBI agent in this world. Following the death of William Bell and alternate-Walter hell-bent on using Peter as the key to his mysterious machine, the Fringe teams is going to have their work cut out for them.
With no connection to the alternate world, Walter, Peter, Astrid, and Gene (naturally) will be forced to deal with the repercussions of their cross-dimensional journey and what affect it had on both worlds. Above all else, Olivia Dunham is stuck in the alternate world with no way to return home.
For the most part, Fringe, as a series, started out as a slow burn. Not much was revealed initially, but as the pieces slowly came together, the show quickly took on a life of its own. The season 2 finale painted a clear picture as to where the producers intend to take us and one can only speculate on the dangerous and amazing things that we’ll see as we venture into season 3.
Preview (courtesy of Fox)
After the shocking turn of events that left an imprisoned Olivia “over there,” she fights to find her way home. Meanwhile, Peter and Walter try to move on with their lives unknowingly alongside alternate Olivia.
As you can see, the review has not been posted yet. While we strive to provide you with the reviews in advance, I have decided to hold off the review until I’m able to see the final air version. The version that I received in advance had none of the visual effects finished. Something that I’m sure you’ll agree is an integral part of Fringe. Don’t worry, a review will be posted after Fringe has aired. Until then, if you’ve seen the season 3 premiere of Fringe, feel free to start the discussion below or check some of our previous articles below:
Fringe airs Thursday’s @9pm, on Fox
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