The following 3rd and final season is really good. With all kinds of twists and turns. Kevin Bacon stars as a former FBI agent who is now trapped in a web dangerous circumstances whe not only is hunting one serial killer but a following of many. But with the help of his neice, his partner, and the FBI they go on a man hunt to stop this group, while at the same time all of them fighting their own demons. And with the help of someone who Bacon's character once hunted and captured. The series as a whole is great. With pretty cool plot twist that will keep you coming back for more. This is a very dark gritty show that is not for the week at heart. 20th century Fox only made 3 seasons of this show with a series finally that will make you... well you will just have to see for yourself. It is not the greatest show ever as the second season is (to me) the hardest to watch as it blurs the lines between TVPG and TVMA. It does liten up in the final season, but still the tention keeps you gripped to you seat and eyes glued to the screen. The performances all around is very solid on this show from main cast to guest stars. And the overall plot of the series runs so deep I can't write it becase it would take WAY to long. The only downsides to this show is 1) some of the subject matter can get very dark at times. Even to the point of a sensitive nature. 2) make no mistake about it their is alot of deaths in this show. Other than the main cast just about everyone including smaller roll guests are killed in some brutal way. Even the most innocent gets offed in this show it gets kinda depressing after a while. 3) this is not so much a nagative as it is distributing. This show if watched by anyone who has mental health or psychopathic or other dangerous mental issues this show is so well written character dialog wise that it might leave people thinking about or interpreting the things they say as "real". It is small but can be impacted full. So that is just a few things to keep in mind. But all-in-all still a vrey good show worth watching.