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Millennium: The Complete Third Season [6 Discs] [DVD]

Release Date:09/06/2005
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Season two of Millennium had ended with a deadly, Ebola-like virus spreading throughout the nation, apparently engineered by the alleged anti-criminal organization the Millennium Group. Frank Black (Lance Henriksen), a criminal profiler for Millennium who possessed the ability to "see" through the eyes of serial killers and other such reprobates, had apparently been driven insane by the holocaust, while his wife, Catherine (Megan Black), had succumbed to the deadly virus. In other words, the season finale played more like the end of the series -- and indeed had been intended as such. But when Millennium was unexpectedly renewed, the producers and writers had to figure out a way to save the world and bring Frank back to rationality. Thus, season three opens with the "explanation" that the virus had killed only a handful of people before it had been contained. True, Catherine is dead, but Frank has fully recovered, the horrific events that he'd witnessed at the end of Season two merely the products of his tortured imagination! Leaving his Seattle home and moving to Falls Church, VA, with his daughter, Jordan (Brittany Tiplady), in tow, Frank has decided to go back to work for the FBI, again as a criminal profiler. His associates include his old pal Assistant Director Andy McLaren (Stephen E. Miller) and young agent Emma Hollis (Klea Scott). Also helping out from time to time is Emma's ex-partner Barry Baldwin (Peter Outerbridge), of the Critical Incidents Response Group. Through the series' third season, Frank continues to investigate the activities of the Millennium Group, his suspicions having been confirmed that the organization plans to somehow rule the world. Thus it comes as quite a shock and disillusionment when, shortly after the death of Barry Baldwin, Emma Hollis is revealed to have sold out to Millennium, a situation which lays the groundwork for the series' finale (which is the real thing this time around!).~Hal Erickson


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End Game: Making Millenium Season 3 documentary

Between the Lines featurette

Audio commentary on selected episodes