Da Vinci's Inquest - Season 3
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"Gripping" --The Seattle Times
As the crusading and charismatic coroner for the city of Vancouver, Dominic Da Vinci has a mandate to determine "the manner and cause of death" in any suspicious accident or crime. To carry it out, he relies on experience and gut instinctas well as the cops, forensic specialists, and medical experts with whom he works. Together, these investigators probe back alleys and suburban bedrooms to cast light on the shadowy means and motives for murder.
Though Da Vincis Inquest has drawn comparisons to CSI and Law & Order, no other series blends tough, no-nonsense detective work and sophisticated forensic science with such style. Season 3 finds Da Vinci snubbed for promotion, bedeviled by a new bean-counting boss, and haunted by demons from his past.
- All 13 episodes from the third season on four discs
- Behind-the-scenes clips
- Photo gallery
- Cast filmographies
- Bio of series creator Chris Haddock
Top Customer Reviews
ACORN HAS BROUGHT "INTELLIGENCE" OUT ON DVD - BOTH SEASONS. SO WHY NOT DAVINCI'S INQUEST AND DAVINCI THE MAYOR?
CBC is rebroadcasting both series and the audience is still there. Chris Haddock has a following and ACORN continues to fail to respond to that.
You've read all the rave reviews about this series. And they're right - it does get better and better.
CBC should bring back anything produced by Chris Haddock - and why not bring DaVinci back?
And furthermore - why not put "The Quality of Life" on DVD as a movie?
It was a great show, ran one night, and those who love DaVinci will love "Quality....", if they missed that one opportunity to view it. Are you listening, ACORN? Chris Haddock's shows have a following and you wouldn't be putting the 2nd part of "Intelligence" out on DVD right now if you didn't realize that. I find it ridiculous that you don't just put out a pack of all the DaVinci's Inquest shows and another of DaVinci the Mayor. Putting one season out every year is balmy!
been the best character driven series on TV. The stories are intelligent, compelling and realistic. The production values are superb
P.S. to Acorn or Haddock or whoever is deciding the release dates of this thing... Do I really have to wait another 5 years to get to "City Hall" and "Quality of Life?" C'mon people... Up it to two-a-year at least.
In any case the writing is excellent and the acting, particularly from those actors playing the survivors of their loved one's accidental or intentional death is both breath taking and painful to witness.
The series as with the previous 2 is five-star wonderful. I am only hungry for the next series to be released as soon as possible
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent third season of Canadian Crime Drama. Quality in all areas. Great stories, wonderful three dimensional characters, beautiful scenary and talented actors. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Zou Zou
Love this series, wish they had continued it. Good characters, believable.Published 4 months ago by Allison
Vancouver has more Chinese than any North American city so why aren't any of the major characters Chinese...or black? Read morePublished 7 months ago by Samuel Augustus Jennings
Love this series. Unfortunately needed Season 4 and didn't realize I had already seen this season. No matter, it was great to watch again.Published 8 months ago by P. Tarlow
I would have given five stars for this superior series, however....what happened to the CC subtitles? We need those for series that are not over-dubbed for street scenes etc:Published 9 months ago by C. Scott Harrison
The Da Vinci's Inquest series is my idea of quality entertainment. Not an insult to the intelligence as so many productions are. Read morePublished 10 months ago by HH
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Yes, PLEASE release all of DaVinci's Inquest! I can't miss one episode thanks to my DVR! Barbara Walden
Apr 18, 2009 by Barbara J. Walden | See all 7 posts
No. Seasons 1 & 2 are close captioned, but Season 3 is not.
Jul 7, 2008 by Another Jen | See all 2 posts