Private Practice 6 Seasons 2009

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Season 2
(81) IMDb 8.3/10

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Starring:
Kate Walsh, Tim Daly
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
March 26, 2009

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Great show that runs off from Grey's Anatomy!!!
Trina
The casting is great, characters are diverse, story lines well written, what more could you ask for?
Kindle Customer
Enjoy it thoroughly and highly recommend it for those who like medical shows.
LightintheWilderness

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Format: DVD
In 2007, Shonda Rhimes (creator/executive producer of "Grey's Anatomy" and writer of "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement") developed a spin-off of "Grey's Anatomy" titled "Private Practice" based on the life of Dr. Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh). For the most part, "Private Practice" Season One lasted about nine episodes and received a so/so reception from fans.

For the second season, viewers were promised a much more exciting season and sure enough, Shondra Rhimes and crew were able to take the series to different heights this time around.

"Private Practice - The Complete Second Season" features 22 episodes (Episode 10-31) on six discs.

VIDEO & AUDIO:

"Private Practice - The Complete Second Season" is presented in Widescreen (1:78:1) - Enhanced for 16×9 televisions. Whereas "Grey's Anatomy" tends to be focused indoors, inside the hospital, "Private Practice" has a slick California look. Indoor scenes are well-lit and outdoor scenes are quite vibrant but viewers will notice the grain in the series. Even during the low-light scenes, you do see a bit of noise but compared to other drama series on television, the series is above average in terms of picture quality on DVD.

As for audio, the series is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. The series similar is primarily dialogue driven, so it's pretty much front and center channel driven. There is no accidents or any major sound effects or even a lot of music like "Grey's Anatomy" in "Private Practice" but for the most part, audio is clear and understandable.

The show is presented in English SDH, Spanish and French subtitles.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By kw on June 13, 2009
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I love private practice. At times I would prefer to watch this than the madness of Grey's Anatomy. Don't get me wrong. I'm a hardcore Grey's Fan. Its just sometimes Private Practice is a nice change.

I absolutley hate some people on Grey's and there overblown storylines. But I can honestly say I like everyone on PP. And their patients are interesting too. Don't even get me started on the "Baby Daddy" drama.

Most people don't want to give it a try because Addison isn't walking the halls of Seattle Grace but she holds here own at Oceanside Wellness.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Susanne Schaefer on October 7, 2009
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season one was already amazing, but the second season might even be better. the stories are really great, innovative and predominantely touching. the actors make you feel as if you were a part of their lives. the cast is just amazing and this show just brightens up my day! heads up to those incredibly talented actors and i want many more seasons of private practive!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Wolfgang Krueger on November 15, 2009
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It was worth the wait! I fell in love with the characters from the first season slowly and by the end of the season you, as the viewer, were quite moved by the story lines. Private Practice Season Two is better. Kate Walsh's character has mellowed the goofiness of the first series and the other characters storylines are superbly written for this new season. Each and every actor is excellent. And then the cliffhanger. The cliffhanger is exactly what it is... WOW!!! I had to ask a freind who lives in the States what happens - I cheated, but it tells you that it is a doosey!!! Buy this DVD and have a blast.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Coffee Addict on August 1, 2009
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I noticed that after Kate Walsh left Grey's, the show went downhill. Now, the only episodes of Grey's I'll rewatch are ones with Addison in them. On the other hand, Private Practice has blossomed into a great series. Yes, there are some storylines I'm not a huge fan of (Violet, Noah, etc.) but the fact that I still watch the show is a great testament to the wonderful writing of this show! I look forward to watching this show more than I do to watching Grey's, and that says something.
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By Carlie Sheehan on January 30, 2011
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I loved Private Practice right off the bat in the first season. After having the first season cut short by the writer's strike, the show came back strong, and the characters became more evolved.
I LOVE this show to death, even more than Grey's Antomy now, and the 2nd season saw some of the saddest cases ever, and made you love the characters even more. Season 2 also saw the introduction of Brian Benben as Sheldon Wallace, who became a very entertaining character. There was also the multiple episode crossover with Grey's Anatomy, which saw Sam, Addison and Naomi heading to Seattle.

I was a little disapointed that there were no commentaries for season 2, as the season 1 cast commentaries were excellent! But the extended episodes, interviews and featurette on Chris Lowell's photography was pretty cool.
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I admit that with this season the quality of the show raised but there are still some holes in the storylines. The show doesn't do its best to keep the audience watching, it doesn't have that comedic but also dramatic feeling as strong as its parent show. I appreciate the writers for not making this show "The Addison Show" and giving other characters highlighted storylines. It's an improvement on the first season and I hope it will keep getting better as it continues but it still isn't a brilliant or a great show. 8/10.
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