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The Bionic Woman (Classic) 2 Seasons 1976

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (478) IMDb 6.7/10

Relive the excitement of this iconic TV series starring Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers, a woman leading the ultimate double life. After her unforgettable appearances on The Six Million Dollar Man as Colonel Steve Austin's (Lee Majors) true love, Jaime's story begins anew in these entertaining Season 1 episodes as she learns to deal with her new bionic abilities, becomes a top-secret agent for the Office of Scientific Investigations, and deals with her changed relationship with Steve. The Bionic Woman: Season 1 promises nonstop action, excitement, and adventure with the world's first female cyborg.

Starring:
Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson
Original air date:
May 26, 1976

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Season 1

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1. Welcome Home, Jaime Pt 1

Jaime Sommers, the first bionic woman, has her memory partly restored, but she can't remember having been engaged to Steve Austin.

CC TV-NR January 14, 1976 46 minutes
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2. Welcome Home, Jaime Pt 2

Oscar arranges a "falling out" with Jaime so that she can go undercover in businessman Carlton Harris's shady organization and determine whether he is trading illegal government secrets.

CC TV-NR January 21, 1976 50 minutes
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3. Angel of Mercy

Jaime, disguised as a nurse, is assigned to fly into a civil war-torn South American country to rescue the American ambassador and his wife.

CC TV-NR January 28, 1976 50 minutes
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4. A Thing Of The Past

A beloved school bus driver, who has been hiding out from the underworld, is found by gangland leaders.

CC TV-NR February 18, 1976 50 minutes
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5. Claws

Jaime tries valiantly to save the life of a pet lion stalked by irate ranchers.

CC TV-NR February 25, 1976 50 minutes
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6. The Deadly Missiles

Jaime and Steve team up to stop a missile attack on Los Angeles launched from within the U.S.

CC TV-NR March 3, 1976 46 minutes
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7. Bionic Beauty

Jaime enters a beauty contest in order to uncover an espionage operation that is endangering American security plans.

CC TV-NR March 17, 1976 46 minutes
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8. Jaime's Mother

Jaime's mother supposedly returns from the dead for a last visit with Jaime.

CC TV-NR March 24, 1976 46 minutes
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9. Winning Is Everything

Jaime enters an international desert auto event to retrieve a cassette vital to national security.

CC TV-NR April 7, 1976 50 minutes
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10. Canyon of Death

Jaime is captured by men planning to steal an atomic-powered flying suit from an air base.

CC TV-NR April 14, 1976 49 minutes
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11. Fly Jaime

Having survived a plane crash, Jaime and Dr. Wells are marked for death by three other survivors.

CC TV-NR May 5, 1976 46 minutes
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12. The Jailing of Jaime

Jaime is framed while acting as courier to deliver a multi-million-dollar decoder to a secret testing center.

CC TV-NR May 12, 1976 46 minutes
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13. Mirror Image

A woman doubles as Jaime in order to obtain top-secret material from Oscar Goldman's files.

CC TV-NR May 19, 1976 49 minutes
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14. The Ghosthunter

Jaime turns ghosthunter as supernatural forces disrupt a critical secret project in New England.

CC TV-NR May 26, 1976 46 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Starring Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson
Supporting actors Martin E. Brooks
Season year 1976
Network NBCUniversal
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
Ever since the advent of digital video discs consumers and fans of classic television shows have been hoping and demanding to see "The Bionic Woman" on DVD. The series that starred Lindsay Wagner and made her into a household name was released in Europe on Region 2 dics, but the North American marketplace was virtually ignored due to ownership issues. Now, this wonderful and innovative series about a woman who possesses bionics and works undercover for the OSI while being a school teacher by day, comes to DVD on October 19, 2010. I for one am a very happy boy! I grew up watching Lindsay Wagner fight the bad guys and would watch with anxiety week after week to see what adventures the bionic woman would get herself embroiled in.

"The Bionic Woman" got her start on a two-part "Six Million Dollar Man". At the end of the second episode Jamie Sommers actually died. Overnight ABC was inundated with letters demanding Jamie live and be given her own series. Fred Silverman, president of the network and keen on seeing potential Nielsen ratings, especially those of a young demographic, caved in and Jamie Sommers was brought back to life and given her own weekly show, sometimes garnering higher ratings than that of Lee Major's series ("The Bionic Woman" finished at #5 in the 1975-1976 Nielsen Ratings).

"The Bionic Woman" was pure comic book fluff with a strong, intelligent woman as the lead, but the series would have been a bomb if not for the excellent acting chomps of Lindsay Wagner. Wagner was very likeable in her portrayal which explains why any girl watching "The Bionic Woman" during its original run wanted to be her and the boys wanted to marry her. Lindsay Wagner even won an Emmy for Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 1977.
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I remember being 8 or 9 years old, and loving the Six Million Dollar Man which came on Sunday nights. I could not miss an episode. Then I remember the Bionic Woman which came on Wednesday nights, and I could not get enough of it either. I dont know why the UK and other parts of Europe has all these classic episodes of SMDM and the Bionic Woman on dvd and the US does not. So I beg Universal to relaese the Bionic Woman on dvd, all seasons, and also the SMDM. These shows are just to good. Some people may call them cheezy or whatever, but thats assuming that everything today is the only things that really matter in tv and fashion and whatever. Sure these shows were in the 70's, thats when I watched them originally. I love them today as I did yesterday. They still have the charm and magic they had back in the day. Im waiting for all the seasons to come out. These shows are just great. Classic stuff....
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Finally Universal is releasing the bionic woman on dvd it should be out by Christmas keep checking tvshowsondvd.com anyway there was only 3 seasons of the bionic woman so hopefully all will be released by the end of next year.Here is the season 1 episodes that will be on the dvd.

1)Welcome Home Jamie Part 1

2)Welcome Home Jamie Part 2

3)Angel Of Mercy

4)A Thing Of The Past

5)Claws

6)The Deadly Missles

7)Bionic Beauty

8)Jamie's Mother

9)Winning Is Everything

10)Canyon Of Death

11)Fly Jamie

12)The Jailing Of Jamie

13)Mirror Image

14)The Ghosthunter

I don't know if the pilot will be included as the bonus but I hope it will.I hope there will be bonuses on this set.I'm hoping Universal will now release other favorites of mine such as Emergency,The Six Million Dollar Man and the Incredible Hulk.I will deafinly pick up the bionic woman when it streets.
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I noticed a lot of these reviews are actually for the old region 2 box sets, or even just talking about the series in general, not the new 2010 North American release, so I hope this is helpful for people actually looking to buy, you know, the actual product on the page:

This is an excellently packaged DVD box set which not ONLY includes the full first season of "The Bionic Woman" starring Lindsay Wagner, it ALSO includes the five episodes of the "Six Million Dollar Man" which introduce the character. I hope I don't need to tell you how wonderful the series itself is--sure, some of the premises are a little cheesy, but Jaime Sommers is a relatable, likeable character as fun to watch in dialogue as she is in action scenes, and stories run the gamut from more series espionage tales (rescuing trapped ambassadors in a guerrilla-filled South American jungle) to lighter hearted adventures (Jaime's undercover operations at a beauty pageant), all of which are entertaining. An example of some of the best action TV of the 70s. The special effects are corny compared to now but certainly good use of the SFX technology of the time (and much of the commentary reveals some of the neat tricks they used to pull off bionic stunts in the days before CGI).

There is commentary by head writer and producer Kenneth Johnson on several episodes, all of which is extremely informative on both the action on the episodes as well as providing information on actors and other fascinating "behind the scenes" footage. A few others writers provide commentary as well. The extras also include a roughly half-hour interview documentary featuring Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson, and other stars and creators of the series, that is well edited and very informative.
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