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  • Actors: Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor, Ted Raimi, Kevin Smith, Hudson Leick
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: March 29, 2011
  • Run Time: 976 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00466H3CW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,107 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

There have been impressive women throughout television history, but no one has fired up the imagination like Xena: Warrior Princess. Lucy Lawless returns to her iconic role in all 22 Season 2 episodes as the female fighter with the brawn, bravery and brashness to rid the world of some of the most massive mythological deviants ever seen. Joined by her faithful companion and trusted ally, Gabrielle (Renée O’Connor), Xena roams through this life and the next, searching for redemption from her ruthless past. And, in this gripping season, Xena has the chance to make peace with some of the most important people harmed by her former exploits… if she can stay alive. It’s a quest filled with unbelievable swordfighting, deadly giants, daring rescues and vengeful gods in the continuing adventures of this larger-than-life heroine.

Customer Reviews

And THAT,is a good thing.
Robert Badgley
Plus you get great extras including commentary by Lucy, Renee, and Rob and you also get behind the scene footage including a little B-Day cake for Lucy.
B. Errico
The actual quality of the dvd set is much better than the first one.
The Pie Maker

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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Henry Perkins on March 29, 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
[Summary: Just over 4.5 stars; a big step up from Season One's DVD collection]
Note: Just in case you haven't already watched X:WP Season Two, this review contains NO SPOILERS.
Xena: Warrior Princess Season Two DVD collection summary:
- 6 DVDs, with 4 episodes each except for 2 in the last; 22 total episodes.
- 1 CD-ROM, with largely useless content.
- Video: MUCH better than the grainy 16mm film transfer of Season One.
- Audio: Dolby Digital throughout (a big step up from the Dolby Stereo of Season Two).
- DVD Extras: Good-quality stills, plus audio and video commentary on three episodes. Season One included zip - nada - bupkus. MUCH better!
- CD-ROM: Same old junk as was included for Season One. Why?
- Price: Lower than Season One, for better quality. Yay!
- Episodes: 22. Season One had 24. The only comparative downside.
Season One rated just over 3.5 stars. Season Two is worth a bit over 4.5 stars -- a major step up.
Disc 1: Portrait of Gabrielle on label
- Orphan of War
- Remember Nothing
- The Giant Killer
- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Disc Extras:
- Still Gallery
- Weblink to [...]
Disc 2: Portrait of Joxer on label
- Return of Callisto
"Return of Callisto" extras: Audio and video commentary by Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor
- Warrior ... Princess ... Tramp
- Intimate Strangers
- Ten Little Warlords
Disc 3: Picture of Xena on label
- A Solstice Carol
- The Xena Scrolls
- Here She Comes ...
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Richard Wright on July 28, 2003
Format: DVD
Like most of the above reviewers, I too thoroughly enjoyed Season Two's episodes. The introductory scene in "The Return of Callisto" may be the best six minutes of female "kick butt" ever seen on television; I was surprised by its violence when I first saw it...and still am. "Charlie's Angels...," and "Laura Croft...," to say nothing of Jennifer Garner's character in "Alias," have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING on Hudson Leick as Callisto in this episode. When she is BAD, she is REALLY BAD!!
Still, the Xena series DVDs have a ways to go to match the sound and picture quality of other TV series. For example, the "La Femme Nikita" Year 1, recently purchased, is far superior in terms of both color rendition and sound, particularly in color(blues and reds)and stereo separation and bass reproduction. As a Xena fan since the first year, I'm still waiting for the DVD quality to match the quality of the acting, scenery and storylines.
Of note, I purchased the final Xena episode DVD more than a year ago, and its quality is top drawer, so I don't think it has to do with any of the series production values.
Regardless, the Warrior Princess truly rocks!...and I'm still buying Year 2 (again), but hoping for better quality in years 3-6.
Update as of 03 Sep 03. Had the oportunity to watch four episodes and the interview with Tapert, Lawless and O'Conner on the new (02 Sep) Anchor Bay release. Agree with tgsbch's comments regarding audio and video quality and thinness of the DVDs themselves.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By The Pie Maker on September 4, 2003
Format: DVD
Season Two of Xena is one of my favorites. The first season was a little 'bleh' as it was busy getting it's feat wet. Season Two was well worth the wait. The actual quality of the dvd set is much better than the first one. Even though the first group of episodes in S2 were still shot in 16mm, the season two set does a better job of cleaning up the film grain. The coolest thing about this set besides the episodes, is the audio and video commentary tracks with Lucy Lawless(Xena), Renee O'Connor(Gabrielle) and Rob Tapert(writer,producer,director). Lucy and Renee are just too funny as they tend to go the Mystery Science Theatre 3000 route and just make fun of themeselves.The Rob Tapert commentary is a little frustrating,as the guy only talks about how he wishes he could have done this better and that different (The same problem with the FIN dvd). He doesn't seem to be very happy with his eps, oh well, I like em. My favorite things in S2 are Hudson Leick(Callisto)'s brilliant performance as Xena's arch nemesis. Renee(Gabrielle)'s growth as an actress (The Quest) and introduction of the comedy episodes (Warrior...Princess...Tramp, A Day In The Life).
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Salmon on August 1, 2008
Format: DVD
I believe that the local TV stations where I live owe me an apology. For years I heard about Xena. Who didn't? But every ad I saw for the show portrayed it as a mindless "juggle" show and thus I had no interest in watching it. As much as I might admire the female form, it does not induce me to watch a show ONLY about that.

Then one day I found the last episode of the series on DVD and, priced at $1.99, how could I resist finding out what all the fuss was about. Well, what I watched on that DVD was no "jiggle" show. I was blown away and picked up Season Two to see if the rest of the show could live up to the finale.

I was not disappointed.

Xena: Warrior Princess is one of the best TV shows I've ever seen. Period. It's a show all about fun. Pick any episode from this incredible season and let yourself be entertained. It's clear the creators of the show wanted each episode, regardless of plot, to be fun. Oh sure, it's campy, over the top and about as historically accurate as Meet The Spartans. But they just throw everything, including the kitchen sink, into every episode. And when I say fun, I don't mean mindless fun. The shows are well-written, well-acted and they mix comedy, action, history, myth, drama and characterization deftly. The final result cannot be classified as any one of these elements. But the mix makes for great entertainment.

Although a little light on the special features, this season does have some good commentaries both audio and video and there's a nice behind the scenes featurette with interviews from cast and crew.

I thoroughly enjoyed this season and have since picked up ALL the others. Xena is truly a unique viewing experience. I highly recommend it. And, TV station, I'm awaiting my apology for forcing me to wait this long to see it. But that's the beauty of DVD. Xena is a winner!
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