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The Sarah Jane Adventures 6 Seasons

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (119) IMDb 7.5/10

From the monstrous Slitheen to the mysterious veiled Abbess and the sinister Mrs Wormwood, the first series features Sarah Jane and her companions fighting to confound Earth's foes - with a little help from Mr Smith (her highly advanced alien computer), a sonic lipstick (which can open locked doors) and her scanner watch (which can detect alien lifeforms and identify them - a present from a very special friend).

Starring:
Elisabeth Sladen, Yasmin Paige

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Season 1
1. Revenge of the Slitheen, Pt. 1

It is Maria, Luke and Clyde's first day at their new school and something is not quite right. The food keeps going off, there is a funny smell in the air and the new technology block is hiding some dark secrets. The friends soon make a shocking discovery: the Slitheen (an evil alien race) have disguised themselves as teachers.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: April 18, 2008
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2. Revenge of the Slitheen, Pt. 2

Under attack from the monstrous Slitheen child, Maria, Luke and Clyde escape, thanks to some deodorant and Sarah Jane's sonic lipstick. Back in her attic, Sarah Jane's super-computer Mr Smith reveals the aliens' evil plan to drain Earth of its energy. But as a power blackout spreads across the globe, Mr Smith goes out of action.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: April 25, 2008
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3. Eye of the Gorgon, Pt. 1

Sarah Jane and her young friends investigate reports of a ghostly nun which is haunting the local old folks' residential home. And when one of the elderly residents entrusts Luke with a mysterious alien talisman, it becomes clear there is even more to the story than meets the eye.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: May 2, 2008
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4. Eye of the Gorgon, Pt. 2

Maria's dad Alan has been turned to stone. The alien talisman is now in the possession of the Gorgon and her evil nuns, and they are preparing to open the portal to their world. Can Sarah Jane and her young friends free Alan from his stony state and prevent the nuns from unleashing more deadly aliens on the Earth?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 9, 2008
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5. Warriors of Kudlak, Pt. 1

Sarah Jane and Maria investigate the mysterious disappearance of local boy Lance Metcalf, and soon discover that a number of children have gone missing across the country. Remarkably, the disappearances all occurred during freak storms and in cities that are home to a laser tag game called Combat 3000.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: May 16, 2008
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6. Warriors of Kudlak, Pt. 2

Sarah Jane and Maria investigate the mysterious disappearance of local boy Lance Metcalf, and soon discover that a number of children have gone missing across the country. Remarkably, the disappearances all occurred during freak storms and in cities that are home to a laser tag game called Combat 3000.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 23, 2008
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7. Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?, Pt. 1

Sarah Jane mysteriously disappears, just as a huge meteor threatens to crash straight into Earth. When Maria wakes up one morning, it's as though Sarah Jane and Luke never existed.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: May 30, 2008
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8. Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?, Pt. 2

Maria finds herself taken back in time by the alien Graske to a pier in 1964. There, she meets a young girl her own age called Sarah Jane Smith who, with her friend Andrea (Jane Asher), is about to embark on a fateful adventure. Taken by the Graske again, Maria is then reunited with the present-day Sarah Jane.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 6, 2008
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9. The Lost Boy, Pt. 1

A news report on a couple looking for their missing son, Ashley, brings a surprise for Sarah Jane when she discovers that the missing boy looks exactly like Luke. And when Mr Smith confirms that Luke is a genetic match with Ashley, Sarah Jane sends him back to live with his parents.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 13, 2008
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10. The Lost Boy, Pt. 2

Maria and her dad, Alan, dig deeper into the mystery of Luke's new parents and discover that Luke has actually been kidnapped by the Slitheen. There are more shocks when Sarah Jane and Maria find out that Mr Smith, Sarah Jane's super computer, is one of the bad guys.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 20, 2008
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Kids & Family
Director Alice Troughton
Starring Elisabeth Sladen, Yasmin Paige
Supporting actors Tommy Knight, Daniel Anthony, Joseph Millson, Juliet Cowan, Alexander Armstrong, Martyn Ellis, Ian Midlane, Pamela Merrick, Imogen Bain, Anton Thompson McCormick, Jimmy Vee, Paul Kasey
Network BBC
Producers Matthew Bouch, Phil Collinson, Russell T. Davies, Julie Gardner
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By A. Giesbrecht on August 16, 2008
Format: DVD
Herein is an excellent children's sci fi excellently done. Taking place alongside the latest episodes of Doctor Who are the adventures of investigative journalist (and former Doctor's companion) Sarah Jane Smith, her adopted son Luke, and young neighbors Maria and Clyde. Aliens are falling to Earth every day, Sarah Jane explains, and it's up to people like them to help the good ones and protect the planet from the bad ones.

Most live-action children's shows seem to be the afterthought of their writers and producers (and actors), but the Sarah Jane Adventures is produced with as much sincerity, intelligence, and wit as its parent show. One wouldn't expect such high quality from a show mostly starring child actors, but Yasmin Page (Maria), Tommy Knight (Luke), and Daniel Anthony (Clyde) are natural actors, believable and fun. The adults aren't just there for a paycheck either: Elisabeth Sladen is superb in her latest portrayal of her classic character, Sarah Jane Smith. Joseph Millson is both charming and protective as Maria's dad, Alan. Even Chrissie, played by Juliet Cowan, is interesting in her minor role.

Mixed in with aliens and spaceships are more adult themes, such as Sarah Jane's loneliness, Alan's struggles to protect his daughter, and Maria's perspective of her parents' divorce. But the show is never bogged down by them, portraying a world infused with optimism and adventure, where games turn dangerous, but everybody makes it home in the end.

Come for the scares and laughs, stay for the fine writing and acting, and cheer that the next season starts airing this fall.
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The longest running female character played by the same actress, Elisabeth Sladen, in BBC History.

Sarah Jane Smith is a character from the long running TV Series 'Doctor Who', she was his most beloved companion, and a fan favorite. Sarah Jane traveled with the Doctor from 1973-1976;1983;2006;2008, and has met various Doctors (1st-5th;10th)and various companions (Susan, Victoria, The Brigadier, Harry, K-9, Tegan, Turlough, Rose, Jack, Martha and Donna) along the way.

Sarah Jane was considered the Doctor's bestfriend, and even at one time voted the best side kick by TV Guide, beating out Burt Ward as Robin from the 1966 Batman series.

Sarah Jane was given K-9 Mk3, in the original spin off series 'K-9 and Company' (1981), as a gift from the Doctor. Sarah later appeared with K-9 in the 20th Anniversary episode 'The Five Doctors' (1983)
After a break from the TV screen for 10 years, but featured in various novels, Sarah Jane would return alongside the Brigadier and the 2nd Doctors former companion, Victoria Waterfield in 'Downtime'(1993).

The New Series of 'Doctor Who' returned in 2005, and Elisabeth Sladen was again asked to reprise her role as Sarah Jane Smith alongside K-9 in the episode 'School Reunion' where she met the 10th Doctor (David Tennant).
This spawned another Sarah Jane spinoff 'The Sarah Jane Adventures'. Sarah Jane is given a son, who was created by the Bane mother in 'Invasion of the Bane' (2006), which she name Luke Smith. Together they shared, which can only be described as a series of 'classic era Doctor Who' adventures.

Sarah Jane and Luke Smith returned to 'Doctor Who' in the 2008 2-part series finale 'The Stolen Earth/Journey's End' in an attempt to help stop the Daleks. K-9 was given a brief cameo in the end.
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With Season Two under production in the UK, Sarah Jane, Voted Doctor Who's favorate Companion even over Rose in a recent DWM poll is shown in her first successful TV series. Telling stories worthy of Doctor Who's current series the show was aimed at the Dr's original target group Children. The shows are a bit younger in the writting but still have the quallity that have marked the New series of Doctor Who. The improvements to the Silveen are out of this world I love the Thin Suits. After the Adventures of K-9, a Girls best Friend went flop, for lack of story more than any other reason in the late 1970's, we all thought Sarah was gone, wrong, she's back, and shows no sign of leaving us soon. She has stated she feels her time of visiting the Doctor is done following the final show of Season 4 of Doctor Who, however she is still going strong her, and the new producer is looking to bring K-9 back intothe stories more in season 3, so watchout more are comming. Now does revlon carry sonic lipsticks?
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I was so happy to see this released on DVD here. I am a 26 year old female with no kids and I adore this series and I am not ashamed at all. Personally I think The Sarah Jane Adventures is a much better series than Torchwood and I find it more consistent in terms of quality than the New Doctor Who series.

Admittedly the 1st two stories (invasion of the Bane and Revenge of the Slitheen) are sort of weak which is why I gave this set 4 stars but as the series progresses the stories definitely improve. I especially enjoyed Eye of the Gorgon and Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?

Another thing I love about this series is the main heroine is a single middle aged woman. That's something you don't see every day.

So if you are just looking for a fun science fiction series with well written characters and stories that don't try to be all dark and edgy then I definitely recommend this.
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