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Conviction: The Complete Series (2006)

Reiko Aylesworth , Eric Balfour , Norberto Barba  |  NR |  DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Reiko Aylesworth, Eric Balfour, Jordan Bridges, Milena Govich, Stephanie March
  • Directors: Norberto Barba
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: August 22, 2006
  • Run Time: 559 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FS9MY2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,239 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Conviction: The Complete Series" on IMDb

Special Features

Disc 3:
  • Seven Profiles

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    They're young. They're in over their heads. They wouldn't have it any other way. In the cutthroat New York judicial system, if you're intelligent, ambitious and new, there's only one way to get things done - with Conviction. Get ready for all 13 gripping episodes of The Complete Series from award-winning creator Dick Wolf (Law & Order). When five young assistant district attorneys enter the world of public justice, they struggle to make sense of their challenging caseloads and equally provocative personal lives. Under the leadership of bureau chief Alex Cabot (Stephanie March, Law & Order: SVU), these rookie prosecutors are about to get a crash course in love, life and the law. Also starring Eric Balfour, J. August Richards, Anson Mount, Jordan Bridges, Julianne Nicholson and Milena Govich.

    Created by Dick Wolf, the seemingly unstoppable mastermind behind the Law & Order franchise, Conviction tells the stories of a group of young, driven, and genetically gifted prosecutors working for the New York District Attorney's office, which is led by Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March). Cabot was last seen as a young gun assistant district attorney herself on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. There she was a crusading and idealistic lawyer fighting to buck a corrupt system. But on Conviction, her character has turned into the type of bureaucrat she used to despise--one who thinks more about the bottom line than the true meaning of justice. Though she obviously still has feelings for her underling and former beau Jim Steele (Anson Mount), she becomes engaged to a well-connected man (the day after she and Steele have a one-night stand).

    The series, which was canceled after its first season in 2006, has a more soap opera feel than Wolf's other shows. While the meat of the 13 episodes is in their fight to lock up rapists and murderers, the heart of the show lies in the private lives of the young attorneys. Steele has a "just sex" relationship with Jessica Rossi (Milena Govich), a promising young lawyer who butts heads with him at work. Nick Potter (played by Beau Bridges' son, Jordan) left a six-figure salary at a private law firm to work for the people. Billy Desmond (J. August Richards), who hasn't lost a case, finds himself falling for a mess of a girl despite himself. And ladies man Brian Peluso (Eric Balfour) and wide-eyed cutie Christina Finn (Julianne Nicholson) find it easier to play verbal footsie than admit their feelings for each other.

    Though the dramatic content isn't lacking, there are some moments where even suspending your belief in reality really doesn't help much. In one episode, a murderer takes some of the attorneys hostage in a courtroom. Demanding respect, he refuses to answer their questions unless they address him in legalese. It's almost laughable watching the supposedly terrified lawyers popping up and down to address him as "your honor." In another scene, Finn warns another gunman--who has already killed another hostage--that the police may be trying to trick him. But overall, the series has a nice rhythm that could've carried over for another solid season or two. NBC was quick to ax the drama, just as it did with Wolf's 2005 series Law & Order: Trial by Jury. It's too bad because Conviction--which could've been retitled Law & Order: The Wonder Years--showed a lot of promise. --Jae-Ha Kim

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    32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars NBC's chance to add a little zest to a floundering series September 2, 2006
    I was a huge fan of District Attorney Alexandra Cabot on Law and Order: SVU, so I was thrilled when they brought her back as the bureau chief of a bunch of young district attorneys on Conviction. This show was marketed for different generation than the other Law and Orders, more specifically a younger demographic. These ADAs are in their late twenties, and know that there is little glory to be had with the cases that they're getting, but that they're fighting for something real. Their cases don't have the glitz and glamour of regular Law and Order, and there isn't always a sexual element like on SVU, but their determination and perseverance are a joy to watch.

    Cabots group of young ADAs is comprised of:

    Jim Steele: Steele is the Deputy Bureau Chief who has to take over when the other DBC is gunned down in the first episode. Steele is like his name, he is a man made of steel who tries to shape the younger attorneys looking up to him without becoming disillusioned himself. He's also in a relationship with one of them while secretly pining away for Cabot.

    Nick Potter: Potter is the newest kid to join the bureau and is still wet behind the ears when it comes to criminal law. The other attorneys love to remind him of this and treat him like a rookie. Still he's determined to prove himself in their eyes and in Steele's after making a horrible mistake in the first episode.

    Billy Desmond: Desmond is arrogant, cocky, and full of himself--but with good reason. He's undefeated in the courtroom (28-0) and he is determined to stay that way. He only takes cases that he can win and will even go as far to hand off a losing case to one of the other lawyers.
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    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Dick Wolf's Conviction! October 1, 2007
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    The first Law & Order series to not be called Law & Order, "Conviction" was NBC's very obvious answer to ABC's hit series Grey's Anatomy only with lawyers instead of doctors. Despite their own hopes that Conviction could do for law dramas what Grey's Anatomy had done for medical dramas, NBC (as with creator Dick Wolf's previously short-lived Law & Order: Trial By Jury) ultimately cancelled the series. Too bad, especially for fans of Stephanie March's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit character ADA Alex Cabot, as later episodes, according to March, would have dealt in depth with Alex, both in terms of her family and what makes her tick. Thankfully though, the producers were allowed to wrap up the series with a satisfying two-part finale. Conviction might've deviated somewhat from the typical L & O formula, but it still remained true in tone to the other Law & Order shows. Definitely a worthy addition to any Court TV DVD collection. Not so much for the packaging and extras which are solid, but for the episodes themselves which feature immaculate picture and sound. Not to mention the show's killer theme song "Destiny" by Syntax which can now be heard in both the main and closing titles. Props to Universal for a great transfer. Conviction - The Complete Series is a 3-disc (single-sided) set featuring all 13 episodes; Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1) video; Dolby Digital 5.1 English audio; plus the following Special Feature: Seven Character Profiles. Read more ›
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    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Conviction January 12, 2007
    A Kid's Review
    I love this show!!!It's great that Alex was let out of Witness Protection after they caught the man that shot her. I can't believe Numb3rs beat it. Personally, I don't think Numb3rs is that great, maybe an episode or two.
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    They should have given it another season......they screwed up. Could have been a great series. I do agree that Cabot's b itchy character wasn't like her Law & Order character. This could have been fixed in the next season.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars A good series cut too short. August 13, 2014
    By Kyle F
    This is a great series written by Dick Wolf. It's very similar to Law & Order, the only difference is every character in this series is a rookie, an amateur. None of them are veteran lawyers which makes each they case they deal with that much harder to win and that much more enjoyable to watch. You actually want the prosecutors to win because they are in way over their heads.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars great stories and acting October 28, 2013
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    great acting and story lines
    enjoy great movies from america
    fancier of fine movies
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting. August 23, 2013
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    This show is interesting and clever. I will be watching more of it soon! I am surprised this show is not still on.
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    6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Great show; shame about the main characters January 5, 2008
    Watching the 13 episodes on this DVD, it's quite easy to come up with a theory as to why the show never made it past the first season. For what it's worth, my guess is that the characters - with the exception of Nick Potter (played by Jordan Bridges) and Chris Finn (played by Julianne Nicholson) - were just all so patently difficult to like and/or identify with. Even Alexandra Cabot (played by the brilliant Stephanie March) who was really one to watch when she was on earlier seasons of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" has now climbed a few steps up the career ladder (she's now Bureau Chief, "the boss", as she seems to relish in telling us) and become a "self-important b***h" (not my words, but the words of a colleague in one particularly tragic episode of the show) and to be honest, 13 episodes was about as much as I could stand. If they had gone on to make season two, I doubt I would have watched it.

    Another huge personal disappointment with this DVD was with the music. The show had some really good music that would come on towards the end of each episode and I was really hoping the DVD would have details of the people whose music was used. I know they used stuff by popular musicians because I heard Coldplay, James Blunt and Amos Lee among a few others that escape me at the minute. I also know that there's a way the producers are able to use people's music and not credit them at the end of the show; "Homicide: Life on the Street" did it too but at least they gave us details in the DVD extras. It's a glaring omission in my book.

    That said, in all other respects this is a brilliant legal drama as one would expect from Dick Wolf and it's this that redeems the DVD set. It's what makes it worth buying if you didn't see it when it originally aired.
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    Published 1 month ago by Golf4ever569
    5.0 out of 5 stars If you missed it on TV watch it now
    Very good series. Too bad it did not stay on the air
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    Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
    5.0 out of 5 stars No Idea Why It Was Canceled
    Great show! Interesting, compelling, unique. It has everything you'd want in a law drama. I really don't understand why this was canceled after one season. Read more
    Published 4 months ago by Natalie
    1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your $$$ - HORRIBLE
    i only bought 1 episode and i was sooooooo disappointed, i actually want my $1.99 back!!! just stick to law and order, these other shows, no way can compare! Read more
    Published 4 months ago by Diva
    4.0 out of 5 stars A different Law and Order
    This series sort of grew on me. When I saw the pilot, I thought 'well, we've all been here before, we've done it, just need to buy the t-shirt. Read more
    Published 5 months ago by H. Rink
    4.0 out of 5 stars Too Good Too Last
    Conviction was a television drama on NBC that debuted as a mid-season replacement in 2006. The cast included Stephanie March following her Law & Order: Special Victims Unit role as... Read more
    Published 6 months ago by prisrob
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great!
    A true to life movie! Anson Mount plays a lawyer who wins his case, and saves the day!
    Great acting and outstanding cast! I'd recommend it to any audience.
    Published 7 months ago by dixie
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