To celebrate the Sept. 26th Blu-ray/DVD release of the Fringe Season Three we’re giving away two copies on Blu-ray!

The Fringe Division are back and using further unconventional FBI and ‘fringe’ science methods to investigate mysterious and horrifying incidences that threaten the safety of the United States in FRINGE, the series created by J.J. Abrams (Lost, Armageddon, Super 8), Alex Kurtzman (Transformers, Star Trek) and Roberto Orci (Transformers, Star Trek). Fringe returns with a brand new season of endless impossibilities exploring the depths of the mysterious saga that holds millions of viewers in its hypnotic grasp.

Season Three plunges further down the rabbit-hole as we rejoin our three unlikely partners – FBI Agent Olivia Dunham played by Anna Torv (The Secret Life of Us), John Noble (Home and Away, Lord of the Rings) as the brilliant but damaged scientist Walter Bishop, and his jack-of-all-trades son Peter played by Joshua Jackson (Dawson’s Creek, Cruel Intentions) on mind-bending investigations, battling threats lurking at the border between science and science fiction.

Discover the mysteries surrounding a parallel universe with FRINGE Season 3 with its rapidly spreading phenomenons and shocking moments which will keep you gripped to your seat; don’t miss this year’s most thrilling television box-set coming to Blu-ray and DVD plus Seasons 1-3 out on Blu-ray and DVD on 26 September.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question:

Which Star Trek director adds creating Fringe to his impressive resume?

A. J.J. Abrams
B. Robert Wise
C. Jonathan Frakes

All you need to do for your chance of winning a copy of the Blu-ray is email with the e-mail header Fringe 3 and your answer to the question. Make sure you leave your full name and address and please only enter if you are 12 or over. Winners will be notified in October.

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This article was first posted on September 23, 2011