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  • Actors: Lance Henriksen
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, Closed-captioned
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 18
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 28, 2008
  • Run Time: 2881 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CY5N00
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,614 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Millennium: The Complete DVD Collection" on IMDb

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Bonus Features: Season 1: Disc 1: **Millenium Season 1 Episodes (Disc 1) *Pilot with Commentary by Creator/Writer/Executive Producer Chris Carter *Gehenna with Commentary by Director David Nutter *Dead Letters

Disc 2: **Millenium Season 1 episodes (Disc 2) *Kingdom Come *Blood Relatives

Disc 3: **Millenium Season 1 episodes (Disc 3) **Wide Open *The Wild and the Innocent *Weeds *Loin Like a Hunting Flame

Disc 4: **Millenium Season 1 episodes (Disc 4) *Force Majeure *The Thin White Line *Sacrament *Covenant

Disc 5: **Millenium Season 1 episodes (Disc 5) *Walkabout *Lamentation *Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions *Broken World

Disc 6: **Millenium Season 1 episodes (Disc 6) *Maranatha *Paper Dove

Season 2: Disc 7: **Millenium Season 2 episodes (Disc 1) *The Beginning and the End *Beware of the Dog *Sense and Antisense *Monster

Disc 8: **Millenium Season 2 episodes (Disc 2) *A Single Blade of Grass *The Curse of Frank Black *The Hand of Saint Sebastian *The Hand of Saint Sebastian Commentary by Tom Wright

Disc 9: **Millenium Season 2 episodes (Disc 3) *Jose Chungâ??s Doomsday Defense *Midnight of the Century (Holiday) *Goodbye Charlie *Luminary

Disc 10: **Millenium Season 2 episodes (Disc 4) *The Mikado *The Pest House *Owls *Roosters *The Mikado Commentary by Michael R. Perry

Disc 11: **Millenium Season 2 episodes (Disc 5) *Siren *In Arcadia *Ego *Anamnesis *A Room with No View

Disc 12: **Millenium Season 2 episodes (Disc 6) *Somehow *Satan Got Behind Me *The Fourth Horseman *The Time is Now

**The Turn of the Tide: Making of Season 2 **Academy Group: Victimology

Season 3: Disc 13: **Millenium Season 3 episodes (Disc 1) *The Innocents (Commentary by Lance Henrickson and Klea Scott) *Exegesis *Teotwawki *Closure

Disc 14: **Millenium Season 3 episodes (Disc 2) *...Thirteen Years Later (KISS) *Skull and Bones *Through A Glass, Darkly *Human Essence

Disc 15: **Millenium Season 3 episodes (Disc 3) *Omerta *Borrowed Time *Collateral Damage (Commentary by Tom Wright) *The Sound of Snow

Disc 16: **Millenium Season 3 episodes (Disc 4) *Anitpas *Matryoshka *Forcing the End *Saturn Dreaming of Mercury

Disc 17: **Millenium Season 3 episodes (Disc 5) *Darwin's Eyes *Bardo Thodol *Seven and One *Nostalgia

Disc 18: **Millenium Season 3 episodes (Disc 6) *Via Dolorosa *Goodbye To All That *X-Files "Millennium" episode from Season 7

**End Game: The Making of Millennium Season 3 & Between the Lines

Customer Reviews

Packaging, good quality CDs.
Nathan T. Janes
The episode serves as a crossover with the series Millennium, also created by Chris Carter, and brings closure to the series.
LSMNC
The series is one of the best and most thought provoking American television has ever put out.
Joseph M. Pappalardo

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124 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. Renshaw on September 9, 2008
Format: DVD
MILLENNIUM is at first a product of the time, a manifestation of the 1990's fear of what Y2K could bring. It's easy to look back now in hindsight and dismiss millennial tension, but there were a great number of people who had serious thoughts of what could happen and looked for answers. It's also easy to dismiss its innovative mature and sombre tone when it has been copied to lesser effect in the last five or six years with other procedural shows like CSI and COLD CASE.

Chris Carter concieved MILLENNIUM to be like the feature films SILENCE OF THE LAMBS or SEVEN but on a weekly format. No aliens or govermental conspiracies like his X-FILES, but a psychological exploration of the nature of evil, of one man's ability to see into the thought processes of the worst of humanity. Frank Black's gift was not psychic in nature but an accute understanding of the heart of darkness: "I become capability. I become the horror -- what we know we can become only in our heart of darkness. It's my gift. It's my curse. That's why I retired."

Lance Henrikson plays ex-FBI agent Frank Black perfectly, a man who was driven to a nervous breakdown when he realized he could no longer keep his family safe from the evil he was helping to fight. He only returns to work with the help of the Millennium Group and the support of his wife, who realises he can't just sit back and wait for a happy ending. Their symbolic yellow house becomes not just a sanctuary but a fragile treasure in Franks mind, one that is threatened as his investigations continue. Evil takes a personal interest in him, tempting him to join it, and we see the toll his resistence to that evil has on his life.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By iamnotwhatiam on January 23, 2009
Format: DVD
Sorry about the bad pun. But seriously, Chris Carter hit a home run with this dark saga which at its core is about a tormented man trying to balance good and evil in both his own and others' lives. Lance is brilliant in portraying our protagonist, Frank Black. I must say I do prefer Millenium to its predecessor, The X Files. (I know, I know, blasphemy) Something about the extremes to which this show goes; the severity of its ideology is mesmerizing. Each season does have its own flavor, but overall it is imperative to watch all the episodes in order to get the big picture (albeit a bleak one...)

Season One focuses more on the killer-of-the-week structure (that also came and went through The X Files as well). This season was the darkest and most horrific (and consequently quite the way to introduce viewers to the show!)

Season Two is my personal favorite. These episodes manage to lighten the load of terror and dread a wee bit and pose more metaphysical inquries; many of which find little or no resolve, leaving the viewer to construe their own meaning. (This is MUCH appreciated by engaged watchers...)

Season Three is like the big comedown after the high. While not bad by any means, it is a bit more tired (as is Frank at this point), relies a bit more on conventional crime solving (although the story arc does pervade this season as well.)
Overall, the series does not "end with a bang, but with a whimper"

People have mixed feelings on how the writers chose to end the dark drama, but the ambiguous nature of the show as a whole is what this reviewer thinks made it so special and welcoming to individual interpretations. Highly recommended to those willing to step into the dark closet and face some heavy issues.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Bryant Burnette on October 31, 2006
Format: DVD
Season One of "Millennium" has got to rank as the most grim season of any television series ever broadcast on network TV. There is an air of misery, despair, and doom that hangs over every episode. Other shows have gone further in terms of gore -- "CSI" leaps immediately to mind -- but none of them have gone as far in terms of tone. For a lot of people, that makes this first season hard to watch, but if you're game for it, then I think it's probably Chris Carter's finest single season on any of his shows. A dark, brooding masterpiece.

Season two still bears Carter's name, but he was busy working on the "X-Files" movie, and consequently left Glen Morgan and James Wong in charge of "Millennium" this particular year. Some fans see the second season as a too-abrupt change of pace from season one, and indeed there is a palpable difference in both content and tone. The show is still dark, but the plot opens up to become a bit more of a standard "X-Files"-like conspiracy show, with the Millennium Group put a bit more front and center. To me, this seems like a natural outgrowth of the first season, so no complaints. And about half season two's episodes are not just good, they're GREAT -- this season is HIGHLY recommended.

Unfortunately, season three is a colossal disappointment. Without giving anything away, let's say that season two ended on, well, a BIT of a cliffhanger, and one that seemed as if it was pushing the series in a very specific direction. The beginning of season three almost totally ignores that intended direction, and if you're one of the people who feel that season two went against the grain of the first season, well, maybe that's a good thing. For everyone else, it just feels like a huge cheat.
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Lance Henriksen has been approached about doing a MillenniuM movie!
I know what you mean.
Frank Black maniacs?
(As I look across my desk at the Frank Black figure from Sideshow Collectibles)
We're not that bad, are we?
I miss Millennium. And I'm upset the fraud rip-offs like The Profiler lasted longer.
That sound bitter?
Aug 7, 2010 by W. A. H. |  See all 6 posts
Whats new?
Iam a big fan of millennium, I have the 3 seasons but yeah, whats new? no bonus, not a special box, I see the design looks cool for fans, but not nathing for thinking on buy more that for collecting... blue ray version??? tin box, bonus dvd, book??? or something ??? nathing please more info about... Read More
Aug 23, 2008 by E. Mora |  See all 5 posts
Why is this title no longer available?
I doubt it. You can still find it on the shelves at Best Buy in their FOXTV section. Perhaps you should order them all individually. Maybe the three pack deal has expired. Plus you'd save money doing it that way.
Oct 9, 2007 by W. A. H. |  See all 4 posts
Pay an additional $20! For nothing!
LOL. I know. I bought the Star Trek Original series (all three seasons) off here. They had it as a three pack, then I added them all up and, like you, realized it was cheaper to by them all individually.
Oct 9, 2007 by W. A. H. |  See all 2 posts
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