Jericho 2 Seasons 2008

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Season 2
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Jake helps Major Beck prepare for a special visitor from the Cheyenne government, while Hawkins continues to work with Chavez to uncover the secrets of this new regime.

Starring:
Skeet Ulrich, Lennie James
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
February 20, 2008

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93 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Baker Mom on March 18, 2008
Format: DVD
"Jericho" is unlike any series I've ever watched. I love the balance of action and suspense with realistic, multi-dimensional characters and complex relationships. Season 2 has given us a fast-paced story, but not without the flavor that we came to love in Season 1. Each episode in this serialized drama is well-written and brought to life by a talented cast and crew. "Jericho" is a show that my husband, my son, and I all enjoy--and there aren't too many series that we all like! Can't wait for the DVD.
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86 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Shawn S. on March 18, 2008
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There are only two network television shows that are must-see for me: LOST and JERICHO. Jericho's Season 2 is outstanding -- gripping, suspenseful. The Allied States of America (the new government tightening its control west of the Mississippi) won applause by putting the power and cell phones back on but Jericho's residents soon discover that the government and its henchmen defense contractor -- Ravenwood -- are as brutal as they are efficient. In the spirit of America's Revolutionaries of the 1770s and the French Resistance of World War II, Jericho's Rangers take it upon themselves to fight the new tyranny, expose the terrorists and try to keep Texas from aligning with the ASA. Each episode is dense, dramatic and advances the story. Watch Season 1 first and then settle in for a rollercoaster ride with Season 2.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bookphile TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 26, 2008
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Season one of Jericho explored what has to be one of the scariest questions to modern society: what would happen in the aftermath of a nuclear attack? As this show attempted to answer that question, it explored many themes having to do with the breakdown of society and it did so in a very human and realistic way. It was excellent television and I didn't see how it could possibly be undone.

Thank heavens for all the Jericho fans and their nuts. When CBS was convinced to allow the series to come back, it proved that the decision was an excellent one. The first episode or two left me a bit uneasy and disappointed; it seemed as though the show had gotten off track. However, from that point on the show just accelerated like an out of control train until the absolutely breathtaking conclusion. I understand the show will not be back for another year and that's tragic because season two was even more intelligent and engaging than the first.

The central theme of season two has to do with the differing factions that begin to rise and compete for control of what remains of the former United States. One of the factions rolls into town and it appears that Jericho is saved. They provide the citizens with food, help restore electricity and water, help restore such basic services in the town as schools and the clinic, and raise the overall quality of life immeasurably. Finally, it seems as though things are back to normal--as normal as they can be in the wake of the nuclear devastation that has wiped out millions and changed the face of the country forever.

However, it appears that there is also a shadowy underbelly to this new government. While they do have a military, much of their security is provided by a seemingly independent contractor named Ravenwood.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By CAROL H. on March 18, 2008
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Jericho is a well written, thought provoking production that takes place during our own time, not a futuristic work of fiction. The characters are true to life, well portrayed by the actors and the action keeps you on the edge of your seat and coming back week after week. It's like a good novel you can't put down until you reach the end. Hopefully, we will be able to save it and this month won't be the end. Spread the word once you discover Jericho and help us Rangers keep the show from extinction.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By KIC on March 17, 2008
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I was intrigued by the premise because my favorite novel is Alas Babylon by Pat Frank. While the first half of the season had its time to gel, it was still well done and intriguing. By episode six I couldn't stop watching. Season two has been edge of your seat, nail biting drama and insanely gripping. I've rarely experienced such emotional tv viewing. Each season has a different flavor (season two is action packed by dint of fitting a full season in 7 episodes, but it is well paced and marvelously done. You can tell it is a labor of love) but each is as addicting. I can only hope there is a season three at least *somewhere* because the story is one that can go MANY places. It's all worth owning. Great show. Great cast. Great production staff.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By K. Llera on March 18, 2008
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I love thought provoking shows. Jericho is the best out there since West Wing, Star Trek and M*A*S*H* aren't in production any longer, just there in re-run land. I like it far better than Lost - I find myself thinking how would I do this or that? What would my family do? What would my town do? Would we pull together or turn against each other? The best of humanity is right here on Jericho!
Karen
Davie, FL
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48 of 54 people found the following review helpful By mlpony on March 17, 2008
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Suspenseful, thought provoking, dramatic keeps you on the edge of your seat. TV was never better.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Julie J. Horton on March 18, 2008
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Season 1 of "Jericho" had one of the most unique, engaging premises ever seen on TV, and I was hooked instantly -- as are dozens of my friends and family members. Then, along comes Season 2, and BAM! It's more power-packed than its predecessor. There are no words to describe how this show will pull you in and make you care about the residents of Jericho! If you haven't checked it out yet, don't waste another minute.
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