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Volume Three
Season 4: Episodes 1-7
Season 5: Episodes 1-6

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  • Actors: Andrew Lee Potts, Hannah Spearritt
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 10, 2012
  • Run Time: 500 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004QOB8TS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,606 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Howard Van Ackooy on January 10, 2012
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First of all, to clear things up, if you have Volume 1 and 2 on DVD already buying this DVD will complete your collection of Primeval episodes. These are the latest episodes, on up to the very last episode of the series (too bad it has to end). The writing, acting (characters we really care about, which is a bonus), and special effects are all top notch. If you haven't been introduced to this series, do yourself a favor and start with the Volume 1 DVD. You will be hooked, go on to Volume 2 and finally Volume 3. When you are done with Volume 3, like me, you will wish someone would decide to keep this series going. Considering we all thought it was over after Volume 2, I guess we can hope 'lightning will strike again'. I absolutely love this show!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jacob on January 11, 2012
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Primeval one of BBC/ITV greatest hits is back thanks mainly in part to a fan out pour for this show. A year has passed since Danny Quinn, Conor Temple and Abby Lockhart went through an anomoaly to stop Helen Cutter from destroying the whole of human evolution and things have changed. The ARC research center is no longer under control of the goverment but partialy funded by a private company owned by famed sicentist Philip Burton. James Lester has returned to take charge of day to day operations and hired some new staff. Jess Parker is in control of the "HUB" a station within the ARC that monitors the anamolies and dispatches those teams needed to contain it and stop whatever comes out from the other side. Also on board is former solider and zoologist Matt Anderson who is made team leader with Captain Becker and his men.
With no way of knowing if any of those who went through the anomoly and a strict policy of not going in they can only move on with the mission. What none of them know is that Abby and Conor have surivied and found another anomoly, but with no idea where it will lead they take the chance and have a dinosuar follwoing them as they make it back to the present. Word has gotten back to the ARC of there arrival and others behind the scenes also gotten word.
However coming home for Abby and Connor is not all that great. Connor isn't being allowed to work in the ARC for lack of tranining, Abby is forced to find ways of getting rid of the animals and the more harmless dinosuars housed within the ARC. Both are concerned that the new team leader Matt may have an agenda of some kind. Becker won't talk about what happened when he and former ARC member Sarah Page
went through to find and rescue them.
This season picks up where the last left off and you will not be disappointed by it. With more twists and turns then ever before the past and the future comes colliding in the present like never before. To check out Primeval today!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By angiegere on December 9, 2011
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this show never disappoints. it is the best thing to come to tv in years. the premise of the show, the plots and especially the people keep you coming back for more and more. the main characters connor, abby, and lester are done to perfection by andrew-lee potts, hannah spearitt and ben miller respectively. all are a joy to watch episode to episode. rex the flying lizard is the best non-human character on tv in decades. the special effects, are incredible, the stories are intelligent and done with great humor and the dinosaurs are fantastic. you simply surrender disbelief and willingly go wherever they take you. but it is most especially the people that make this without doubt the best tv around right now. sci-fi buff or not, you will love these people and this special show. i promise that you will want to own every season of primeval.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Howard M. Kindel on December 24, 2011
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Both the "Editorial Review" posted here at Amazon and the description on Internet Movie Database make this Volume Three of "Primeval" sound like Volume Two. Volume Two introduced Jason Flemyng as Danny Quinn and Laila Rouass as Sarah Page. It was also, of course, in Volume Two that both Nick Cutter and Helen Cutter meet their ultimate fate. So how can Volume Three have the Cutters, unless in flashbacks? I definitely plan on waiting awhile after this becomes available before buying it: I don't wish to end up buying something that BBC simply re-packaged from previous Volumes/Series and called brand new. So I'll wait till some customers take the plunge and buy this hybrid - and read their reviews before parting with my money. I absolutely love "Primeval"; but not quite enough to buy two of every episode.

UPDATE: I bought this and, though I haven't begun watching yet, it's clear from the description on the back cover that this is a brand new Volume of Primeval.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By FYI on February 22, 2012
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Legions of fans were left hanging about the fate of three faves, Connor, Abby, and Danny. This badly-named Volume 3 actually contains all of Series 4 & 5. It's a treat to finally see who, when, and how they made it back (one, quite temporarily) to the contemporary land of coffee and deodorant. Although Irish director Robert Quinn isn't given credit as a director on the box (who did he get in a fight with?), he does a great job bringing out the best in a super cast of hard-working actors. And many scenes are filmed in Ireland (many shots of "London" are actually Dublin), county Wicklow's seaside caves are sanctuary for creatures in Series 4, episode 5. Following this, episode 6's Irish castle features another past cast-member. The addition of the fine Alexander Siddig is always a good bet, though his part is rather thankless, and Ciarán McMenamin is great too. The Victorian element also adds complexity as past, present, and future hang in the balance. Andrew-Lee Potts ought to be given a shot at Doctor Who, at the very least, and Hannah Spearritt gives a nuanced and fine performance, worthy of any theatre-trained actor, given the material. Ben Mansfield reliably lends credibility.

The down-side: Producers clearly saved money by under-staffing ARC. The lack of personnel is quite obvious, making plot-lines that much more difficult to believe. As well, there's a dolorous lack of humor in too many stories, humor leavened past series, lifting Primeval to a higher level. Sadly, the show suffers from the lack of the gleefully villainous Helen, the excellent Alexander Siddig isn't given much to chomp on. Overall, everyone seems less happy, less vital, and there's far too little of the delightful Rex. Even mad Helen lent a crisp and biting humor.
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