I am still in love with The Librarians. It’s still fun and clever, with just the right amount of drama. This season the Librarians face off against Apep, the incarnation of evil and chaos, as well as a government agency who’s found out about and distrusts the Library.
At just ten episodes per season, The Librarians keeps a tight pace. While about half the episodes in season three at first glance seem divorced from the overarching plot, there’s always something that ties into the fate of the world. There’s twists too, like Colonel Baird being an unknowing sleeper agent, but not too many for the time frame of the season.
The release of magic in the first season, and the charging of the laylines in the second, is what allowed Apep into the world. It also allows the creation of new artifacts, which the Librarians must now collect as well as ancient ones. On top of that, Cassandra and Stone both gain new abilities.
I enjoyed the season and am ecstatic TNT has renewed for a fourth season.