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  • Actors: Joe Flanigan, Rachel Luttrell, David Hewlett, Jason Momoa, Torri Higginson
  • Directors: Andy Mikita, Brad Turner, Martin Wood, Neill Fearnley, Peter DeLuise
  • Writers: Brad Wright, Carl Binder, Damian Kindler
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sci-Fi Channel, The
  • DVD Release Date: March 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 872 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (606 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LC4ZI0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,106 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Stargate Atlantis: Season 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Disc 1:
  • The Siege: Part 3
  • The Intruder
  • Runner
  • Duet
  • Special Features:
  • Commentary by the Directors, Writers and Actors
  • Mission Directive: "The Intruder" featuring Director Peter DeLuise
  • Mission Directive: "The Seige: Part 3" featuring Director Martin Wood
  • Photo Galleries
  • Production Design Gallery
  • Disc 2:
  • Condemned
  • Trinity
  • Instinct
  • Conversion
  • Mission Directive: "Instinct" featuring Director Andy Mikita
  • Introduction to a Character: Ronan Dex
  • Photo Gallery
  • Disc 3:
  • Aurora
  • The Lost Boys
  • Hive
  • Epiphany
  • Commentary by the Directors, Producers, Writers and Actors
  • Road to a Dream with Martin Gero
  • Disc 4:
  • Critical Mass
  • Grace Under Pressure
  • The Tower
  • The Long Goodbye
  • Commentary by the Directors, Director of Photography, Writers and Actors
  • Profile On: David Hewlett
  • Stargate Altlantis: Stunts
  • Disc 5:
  • Coup D'Etat
  • Michael
  • Inferno
  • Allies
  • Commentary by Directors, Writers, Producers and Actors
  • Profile On: Paul McGillion

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Torri Higginson, Joe Flanigan, Rainbow Sun Francks, David Hewlett. International scientists and military personnel conduct business as usual in the Pegasus Galaxy. Includes Duets" (8/5/05), Aurora (9/23/05), Inferno" (1/23/06) and 17 more for a total of 20 episodes on 5 DVDs. 2005-06/color/15 hrs/NR/widescreen.

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If Stargate Atlantis isn't the coolest sci-fi series on television, this five-disc, 20-episode box set from the second season (2005-06) offers ample evidence that it's right up there. The writing is good; the stories are intriguing, and the science part of the equation is credible enough to justify our suspension of disbelief. The characters are for the most part well-defined, and the acting, while perhaps not Emmy-caliber, is just fine. The action is exciting, the effects work impressive, the costumes and sets first-rate. But what Atlantis really has going for it is the presence of some of the baddest bad guys in the cosmos: the Wraith.

With their flowing white locks, cat-like eyes, pale, almost translucent skin, and teeth so bad they'd make the British blush, the Wraith rock. They also have a constant need to feed--on humans, of course--and are a serious threat not only to Atlantis but to the entire known universe, including good ol' Earth. And although there are occasional diversions, the producers and writers have wisely kept the focus on these implacable antagonists; in fact, the newest member of the team, one Ronon Dex (played by the dreadlocked and hunky Jason Momoa), is a "runner" who escaped the Wraith's clutches, was a fugitive for years before being found by our heroes, and specializes in dispatching the villains with cold precision. In the course of the season, via single episodes and several multi-parters, the Stargate team, commanded by Dr. Elizabeth Weir (Torri Higginson in the show's least interesting role) and led by insouciant Major John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan), with genius-neurotic Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett) handling the scientific intricacies and yet another doc, Carson Beckett (Paul McGillion, affecting a Scottish brogue), overseeing medical matters, deals with the enemy on many fronts. Lt. Ford (Rainbow Sun Francks) defects after assuming Wraith-like characteristics. The team experiments with a "retrovirus" designed to turn Wraiths into humans (the results are decidedly mixed). They encounter a human who raised a Wraith female from childhood and insists she's just like us (she's not). They're captured and imprisoned on a Wraith "hive" ship. And in the final episode, the humans and the Wraiths even form an alliance of supposedly mutual convenience (the episode is a cliffhanger that awaits resolution until Season Three, but anyone who thought this "partnership" was a good idea for our side clearly hasn't been paying attention). As was the case with the Season One set, bonus materials are generous, including audio commentary (by actors, directors, and others) on every episode, various featurettes, photos, and more. Now if only there were a few Wraith interviews... --Sam Graham

Hear How Beckett's Character Developed in this Exclusive Clip
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After several screen-tests, the creators of the show did too, listen to them
tell you why Beckett became the prominent character that he is in Season Two.





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Customer Reviews

A great mix of humor and action.
Ms. Honest Opinion
Good stories, well written, with interesting and fun characters, and great special effects.
M. Perry
If you have been enjoying the Stargate series, you will love Season 2 of Atlantis!
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By G.L. on December 9, 2006
Format: DVD
Continuing straight forward from the cliffhanger at the end of Season 1, Stargate Atlantis continues to bring more elements from the Stargate universe and opens up new questions regarding the Wraith, the Genii, and the dark turn that Lt. Aiden Ford (played by Rainbow Sun Francks) has taken in this action-driven season. New elements are skillfully introduced with the addition of the Daedalus, a brand-new battlecruiser commanded by Col. Steven Caldwell (Mitch Pillegi). A runner named Ronon Dex (Jason Momoa) joins the cast of Atlantis along with former recurring cast member Paul McGillion as the loveable Scottsman Dr. Carson Beckett. As a strong fan of Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate SG-1, I can confidentally say that this series is well worth the time for any sci-fi fan or anyone with an interest in action programs.
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54 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Sean Foushee on December 5, 2006
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The second season of Stargate Atlantis begins on an adrenaline high with the third and final part of Season One's "The Siege" and the action doesn't end with the season opener. One character departs the show as a regular to make room for model, turned bad-boy, Jason Momoa, who plays Ronon Dex, a Wraith Runner; while a new group of the Atlantis Expedition arrives from Earth aboard the newest ship in the fleet, the Daedelus. This season, helped by the amazing chemistry of the cast, shows its maturity early with story lines that can be enjoyed as separate episodes while giving die-hard fans a well thought out story arc involving the Wraith, Ancients and other interesting discoveries from the Pegasus Galaxy.

Overall Atlantis has not only met fan's expectations but has slowly exceeded its parent series, Stargate SG-1. If you're a fan of the Stargate Movie and haven't seen an episode of SG-1 I highly recommend buying the first nine seasons on DVD before jumping through the gate to Atlantis, however any fan of Sci-Fi would covet these Atlantis DVD sets.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By C. Jack on December 30, 2006
Format: DVD
Stargate Atlantis is one show you really hate to miss. With the arrival of Season 2 on DVD, well, now you can partake in the adventure whenever you want.

I have been waiting, too, for it to be available via DVD. For some reason, they were SLOW to get this series on DVD, even with the major success of Stargate SG1. It's still not in my local stores or Sam's Club. However, you can always rely on Amazon to have it.

The action and the stories are fun, unique and adventurous. The people who are annoying remain annoying. And the villains, VILLAINOUS. I love the characters...and tolerate the scientist that you would prefer to slap and tell to shut up! Ronan does that from time to time, as well as others.

Ronan was a successful new character introduction, and a good parallel to Teyla and Sheppard. I also like it that Weir gets stronger throughout the series.

As Stargate SG1 struggles to find it's footing with the principle cast taking a leave of absence, you can count on Atlantis to be the fantasy adventure story you can sink your teeth into.

Ok...the Ori story has resurged a breath of fresh air in SG1.

My advice...get them ALL. Atlantis has so many fresh twists, it is an original, not a clone of SG1. My wish is that they continue to thrive and continue to develop interesting and compelling story lines. I love it!

Live long and prosper, Atlantis.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Vorms on May 6, 2007
Format: DVD
Stargate Atlantis: Season Two is worth it! It has 5 discs so you know its a lot of episodes and the best part is for each episode there are commentaries with the actors, producers, and directors which give more insight into the series and also make you laugh... a lot. The special features are a BONUS; they contain hours of hilarious features with Martin Gero and the cast (the best are the segments with David Hewlett and Paul McGillion). If you like science fiction, and comedy.... and hours of it... go for this DVD.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By John A Lee III on March 18, 2007
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Stargate Atlantis continues to map out new territory without completely losing its connection to the series that spawned it.

This seasons introduces some new characters to go along with the old ones. Most notable is Ronon Dexx who joins the team as the mostly silent, "beat the opposition into submission" type of personality. He plays a straight man and is good for some laughs.

The Goa'uld make their presence felt even in the Pegasus galaxy hosting Atlantis. This could provide some interesting story lines in the future but is just getting started this season.

While still darker in tone than the original, it is lighter than the first season. It is entertaining and fund to watch.

Episode synopses appear below:

The Siege Part III - As last season closed, the cliffhanger had Atlantis under siege by the Wraiths and things were not going well. Atlantis was ready to self destruct and Maj. Shephard was on the way to a suicide mission. As is customary in such situations, the cavalry arrives just in the nick of time in the form of the Earth Ship Daedelus. It has some advanced Asgard technology on board which saves Shepherd and helps to destroy the hive ships attacking Atlantis. Some manage to get away and they are heading back with reinforcements. While the cleanup is going on, a lieutenant is rescued but he has been severely damaged by the wraith. He is irrational and jumpy about the others who do not fully trust him. As the enlarged wraith fleet arrives, Atlantis decides to gamble on deceiving them that a self destruct has really taken place. This occurs just as the damaged lieutenant steals a puddle jumper and flees through the gate.

The Intruder - The Daedelus has made a trip back to Earth to let SGC know what's going on.
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