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  • Actors: Adrian Pasdar, Rae Dawn Chong, Alisen Down
  • Directors: Peter O'Fallon, Carl Binder, Brad Turner
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O76X8M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,064,668 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mysterious Ways" on IMDb

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That to me was a perfect night to watch those two shows.
Deborah Green
The actors were great, the writing was good without being corny, and the story lines were believable.
MamaWolf
PUT IT ON DVD!!!!!!I'll Be the first to place my order!!
V. Arce

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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By MamaWolf on May 9, 2007
I absolutely LOVED this TV show and it's a darn shame they didn't give it the chance it deserved. I can not wait for this to come out on DVD - I've been waiting for years. I have most of them taped on old VHS tapes but a DVD would be so much better. This series to me was a cross between Touched by an Angel (but not so corny) and The X-Files (without the conspiracy theories and violence). It was a great show for those of us who have strong Christian faith but like a little Sci-Fi with our TV. And yes I know those things don't always go hand in hand but this show did it the best. It's a shame they didn't give it the chance it deserved because I think it would have done so much better now. The actors were great, the writing was good without being corny, and the story lines were believable.

It was a show about how some things just can't be explained by science and that yes miracles happen everyday. And God just might have a hand in it all. What a concept ... God in our lives working miracles everyday. Who would have thought? :)
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 28, 2007
UK viewers are lucky enough to have re-runs of Mysterious Ways currently showing on our SciFi Channel. I missed it first time round and only started watching this time because I had got to know Adrian Pasdar from Heroes, but he couldn't be playing a more different character in Mysterious Ways.
Declan Dunn is a joy - sweet, enthusiastic, untidy, wire-framed spectacles askew, he somehow seems to attract the strange and bizarre but faces it with courage, empathy and integrity.
I also adore the character of his assistant Miranda, a dysfunctional academic whose obsession is discovering the truth through scientific method.
This is one of those great, gentle family shows which takes a step beyond everyday reality to make us think about what is really important in life.
I can't wait for it to be released on DVD.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By V. Arce on January 22, 2008
I can't believe this is not on DVD. I watched this every week when it was on tv and I can't believe they canceled it! ( Maybe it was meant to be since Adrien then went on to Heroes which I also love) I think at least to honor the viewers..PUT IT ON DVD!!!!!!I'll Be the first to place my order!!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Luiz V. De Trindade on November 23, 2008
Mysterious Ways is one of the best series I've ever seen on TV on many years and it's really hard to believe that so far it hasn't been released on DVD for the enjoyment of its fans all over the world. I've written a couple of times to the studio requesting (in fact almost begging) them to launch it. There are a number of annoying and boring series that very soon are launched on DVD boxes while the amazing Mysterious Ways it's still waiting it's chance to come to stores. Hope they realise very soon the market opportunity they're wasting because I'm also one of the first ones to purchase it on the moment it becomes available.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By the People on January 16, 2009
I'm lucky enough to have a lot of these episodes taped on VHS, so at least I can re-watch them from time to time. But tapes wear out and I love this show enough to pay whatever the full price of a DVD set would be, and I think a lot of others would agree. That being said, what's the hold-up on putting it out in a digital format? I've seen shows that were cancelled after 8 episodes that are now available on DVD. This show lasted a lot longer and was broadcast on both the PAX network as well as on one of the major networks (CBS, I believe). Come on guys, put out the DVD's before my tapes wear out!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Bowman on December 4, 2011
This show originally aired on NBC before heading over to PAX TV which later became Ion Television. It lasted only two seasons but was truely a quality program and it was very sad to find out it had been cancelled. Some theorised it was because the show was not Christian enough for the audience demographic that PAX TV was aiming for with other programs such as DOC starring Billy Ray Cyrus and syndicating "Touched By An Angel". Ultimately, it was budget cuts to the production and plans to move the show from it's filming site in Canada to Australia and the resulting protests from both cast and crew that did the show in. For fans this was hard to take but none the less understandable considering star Adrian Pasdar had recently become a daddy and did not want to be seperated from his family to the other side of the world for several months out of the year.

The plot of this show was exciting to follow. Adrian Pasdar played Decland Dunn, a Cultural Anthropology professor at a state college. Decland had a near-death experience a few years prior to the point in the story where the show starts. This prompted a fascination with investigating reported miracles like the one he believes he experienced. Decland's friendship with Dr. Peggy Fowler, a Psychologist at the local hospital, was compared more than once to Mulder and Scully from "The X-Files" because Peggy would do her best to debunk the claims of miracles and paranormal phenomena that Decland had picked up on and ran with. Making this duo into a trio was an introverted, goth-girl type student at Decland's campus, Miranda, who is gifted with anything that concerns science. The trio sometimes turned into a foursome with Decland's trusted pooch, Mole.
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