As the Threshold team tracks down the source of an infection and another member succumbs to it, the team chaffs under the pressure of their jobs. It becomes clear that Threshold will have to expand ...
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I disagree with crazy wabbit. "Threshold" was a breath of fresh air. The debut was unlike any series we've been treated to this summer. Could be because it isn't a cop drama. Nice to see a different concept for network television. Whether it lasts or not is anyone's guess but get the DVR ready, this show is worth the memory. The special effects were believable and probably limited due to budget but who cares, it gets the point across. Most of the Red Team characters were blah, blah, blah, but they'r supposed to be scientists and Gugino makes up for their inadequacy and if the show continues perhaps the red team will be properly disposed of.
Oh, and did I say it is nice to see Carla Gugino again, she's been missed ever since Karen Sisco was canceled.
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