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J.J. Abrams, the creator of Lost and Alias, teams up with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman (Mission: Impossible 3, Transformers) to create this highly anticipated drama series. Featuring Australian newcomer Anna Torv, Josh Jackson, John Noble and Lance Reddick, the first electrifying season of Fringe follows an unlikely trio who uncover a deadly mystery that may be part of a larger and more disturbing pattern that lives somewhere between science fiction and reality. As the season begins, FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham (Torv) is called in to investigate a mysterious outbreak that nearly kills her partner. The only person with any answers is an institutionalized scientist, Dr. Walter Bishop (Noble) who can only be released under the care of his estranged son (Jackson). Together, the three discover that the answer to this mystery is only a small piece of a much larger, more shocking truth. Find the patterns . . . right here, on iTunes!

Customer Reviews

Pure Genius

This is one of those shows that comes along every so often that you will wish you watched since day one. Do not miss it. Imagine if the creators of LOST were to make an X-Files for the new generation based in theoretical science rather than aliens. Answer: FRINGE

Could be the X-Files for the 2000's.

It's as if JJ Abrams has been planning Fringe all along, and everything before it was simply preparing the groundwork for this kind of show to be allowed on major network television. Mix the government/international-conspiracy race against time of Alias with the bizarre and supernatural freakshow that is Lost (with a plane crash to boot), and you get Fringe: surprisingly more than the sum of its parts. Hope they know where they're going with this.

Great Acting, a spectacular plot, and pilot episode..but what does the future hold for the show?

Well, I turned on the show, the first scene was automatically compelling to me. I was a fan of 28 weeks later, and this show reminded me alot of how a virus sort of spreads, and it could likely involve animal testing as shown in parts of the episode. The acting was phenomenal, not to mention the plot grips you and tried to pull you in farther. The use of special effects and the block letters stating the location of each scene (which i must say i loved, especially how when the camera panned around the scene, the block letters will still there floating) just make the show sparkle even more. Now the best part about the show was the sound. The music fit perfectly, and the use of Japanese horror sounds made the show eerie and creepy yet mysterious and safe. Think of fingers across a chalkboard sounds, but these sounds are not just thrown around, they were put in at perfect spots (you will understand what i mean when you buy the episode) my only worry is that this show will end up like lost..and leave me lost...I saw the preview for the episodes to come and it seems like they might get off on a tangent of what the shows real purpose is. But it is about alot of stuff we don't know about...invisibility ,re-animation, psychological terms and activities are thrown around alot and mind-reading and linking with the dead all make this show worthwhile. BUY IT

Fringe, Season 1
View in iTunes $29.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Sep 09, 2008
  • CCin English

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