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Stargate: Atlantis The Complete Series Blu-ray Review!

The Movie Pool is in geek heaven with Stargate: Atlantis The Complete Series on Blu-ray! Beware! This is a long review, necessary to cover all 20 discs!

Blu-ray Specs

Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 (for episodes only)

Rating: TV-14

Audio: English 5.1 DTS-hd Master Audio

Subtitles: English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Special Features: Detailed in the set breakdown.

Stargate: Atlantis The Complete Series comes in a 20 disc Blu-ray set. Seasons one and two come in one extra-wide case, as do seasons three and four, with season five in a third case. All three cases come within an outer slipcover.

Set Breakdown

Many of the special features listed are not presented in high-definition.

Disc 1 (Season 1)

Episodes include: “Rising” (Parts 1 and 2, with commentary by director Martin Wood and actor Joe Flanigan); “Hide and Seek” (with commentary by actors Rachel Luttrell, Torri Higginson and Paul McGillion); "Thirty Eight Minutes” (with commentary by actors Rachel Luttrell
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Los Angeles Times: "V: Upsetting the Apple Cart"

Looking to discuss last night's episode of ABC's alien invasion drama V? Head over to the Los Angeles Times/Show Tracker site to read my take on the series' second episode ("There Is No Normal Anymore") in a piece entitled "V: Upsetting the Apple Cart." Lots to discuss including some very intention shout-outs to creator Scott Peters' last series, The 4400, new reveals involving several of the characters, and a rather interesting ending, to boot. Did you enjoy the second episode? Was it as good as the pilot? Are you sticking around for the ride? Or waiting to watch the first four episodes after the Olympics (when V returns with new episodes)? Head to the comments section to discuss. Next week on V ("A Bright New Day"), Chad reports from the Peace Ambassador Center as 100 diplomatic visas are being issued to the first wave of American Visitors, with Anna getting the first,
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Channel Surfing: "Flight of the Conchords" Might Stop Flying, Rosenbaum Arrives at "V," James Franco to "30 Rock," Colin Hanks, and More

Welcome to your Wednesday morning television briefing. Flight of the Conchords star/co-creator Jemaine Clement has indicated that there might not be a third season of their HBO comedy series but said that a final decision will be made within a month, once Clement discusses it with fellow co-creators Bret McKenzie and James Bobin. "It very likely might not," said Clement. "It could come back in a shorter season or like a special." One major hurdle is that the team would not only have to write the scripts for the series but also the music as well. HBO, meanwhile, will stand by the Conchords' decision either way. "We've left their future entirely in their hands," said HBO spokesperson Nancy Lesser. "We would love to have more, and we left an open door at HBO." (Hollywood Reporter) Chuck executive producer Scott Rosenbaum has replaced Scott Peters as the showrunner on ABC's sci-fi series V,
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Channel Surfing: ABC to Air "V" in Pod Form, CW Kills "Beautiful Life," Marc Cherry Talks "Desperate" Reveal, and More

Channel Surfing: ABC to Air
Welcome to your Monday morning television briefing. ABC has confirmed that it has now altered its launch plan for sci-fi drama series V, which is set to premiere November 3rd. The network has decided to air just the first four installments of the Warner Bros. Television-produced series and then place V on hiatus until after the Winter Olympics. The news comes as a surprise as the series, which is written and executive produced by The 4400's Scott Peters, has enjoyed extremely positive buzz from critics and from Comic-Con audiences who screened the pilot episode earlier this summer. However, both Warner Bros. Television and ABC were quick to point out that the episodic order for V hadn't been shortened; series is still set to air 13 installments. (Los Angeles Times/Show Tracker) The first official cancellation of the fall season is here: The Beautiful Life, we hardly knew ye. The
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