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Earth 2 - The Complete Series

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Editorial Reviews

A science-fiction series with an ecological theme, EARTH 2 only ran for one season on NBC, and all 22 episodes of the program are collected here. In the distant future, the surface of the Earth has been largely destroyed, and mankind lives in space stations orbiting the planet. A group of space colonists, led by Devon Adair (Debrah Farentino) and John Danzinger (Clancy Brown), are sent to a far off planet to prepare it for colonization by the surviving population of Earth. But a mishap sends them careening off-course, crash landing thousands of miles from the proper camp site. EARTH 2 follows the band of colonists as they traverse the planet, encountering dangerous aliens and other humans who view them with distrust and suspicion. By tackling issues like ecology and colonization, EARTH 2 engages important ideas and themes in an entertaining fashion.

Special Features

Disc 4:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Outtakes
  • Bonus Episode: Cleopatra 2525 "Quest for Firepower"
  • Bonus Episode: Sliders "Rules of the Game"

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Debrah Farentino Clancy Brown Jessica Steen Antonio Sabato
    • Directors: Janet Davidson, Félix Enríquez Alcalá, Frank De Palma, Daniel Sackheim, Joe Ann Fogle
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
    • Subtitles: Spanish
    • 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: 4
    • Rated:
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: July 19, 2005
    • Run Time: 2052 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (223 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B0009JE6G6
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,244 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Earth 2 - The Complete Series" on IMDb

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    By M. Hart on May 17, 2005
    Format: DVD
    Michael Duggan, Carol Flint, Mark Levin and Billy Ray created an interesting concept for a new sci-fi TV program. Airing in the fall of 1994, their show was entitled "Earth 2" and was set 200 years in the future. "Earth 2" painted a very dark future for mankind in which the Earth is no longer capable of supporting terrestrial life. Consequently, the surviving members of the human race have been living in orbiting space stations; but living in the sterile environments has created a sickness called the Syndrome. A wealthy woman named Devon Adair (Debrah Farentino) is convinced that the key to mankind's survival, including her Syndrome-infected son Ulysses 'Uly' Adair (Joey Zimmerman), is to once again live in a natural environment. Gathering 250 other Syndrome-infected families, she pursues the establishment of a colony on a planet named G889 orbiting a star 22 light-years away; but the current government has other plans for planet G889. Undeterred, Devon, her son and some of the other 250 families embark on a ship named "Eden Advance" for G889 to establish a community in advance of the main colonization; but the ship has been sabotaged. The ship arrives at G889, but the ship soon explodes. Stranded on G889, the ship's survivors attempt to settle and begin new lives on G889. The survivors include Devon, Uly, engineer John Danziger (Clancy Brown), his daughter True (J. Madison Wright), pilot Alonzo Solace (Antonio Sabato Jr.), Dr. Julia Heller (Jessica Steen), Earth-government representative Morgan Martin (John Gegenhuber), his wife Bess (Rebecca Gayheart) and Uly's cyborg teacher Yale (Sullivan Walker).

    Unfortunately, lower than expected ratings for the series caused its cancellation after its first season; so only a total of 22 episodes were ever produced.
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    I was thrilled to see that an old favorite show that was killed too soon had finally come out on DVD. I really think it holds up very well 10 years later. Excellent acting via all the cast, and the beautiful N.M. outdoor settings certainly help. Though I am happy this is out, it is indeed unfortunate that there are not more extras on the DVD and that the episodes are listed in broadcast order (which is not really the correct viewing order). A poster on the boards of the internet movie database website provided the list below as the correct order to view the episodes, which I agree with:

    The definitive order in which events occur in the series:

    (numbers indicate the days since the crash according to Devon's journal)

    Pilot (First Contact)

    The Man Who Fell To Earth (Two)

    Life Lessons

    Promises, Promises

    Natural Born Grendlers

    A Memory Play


    The Church of Morgan (38)

    The Enemy Within (49)

    Redemption (51)

    Moon Cross (61)

    Better Living Through Morganite Part 1 (66)

    Better Living Through Morganite Part 2 (68)

    Grendlers In the Myst (72)

    The Greatest Love Story Never Told

    Brave New Pacifica

    The Boy Who Would be Terrian King (104)

    After the Thaw (109)

    Survival of the Fittest (116)

    Flower Child (130)

    All About EVE

    Other people here have lamented the fact that the series ends on a bit of a cliffhanger. Please note that the episode called "The Boy Who Would be Terrian King" gives glimpses of what life will be like for some of the characters 16 years after the time of the series.
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    Long-awaited by fans to come to home video, Earth 2 chronicles the first months of survival for a small party of human colonizers stranded on what seems to be an ideal terraform world. Emerging from a mildly dystopian, bureaucratic, and ecologically disastrous future in which much of humanity has moved onto space stations, this planet - G889, or "Earth 2" - is a veritable Shangri-La. Sabotaged by a manipulative orbiting government, however, the crew is faced with a paranoid landscape in which they cannot trust each other at first, or the initial appearance of G889. Some of these colonists intended to make landfall on the planet, others didn't, and none of them anticipated the trials they would face from the planet, from each other, and from a distant but subtly menacing Earth. They must form a cooperative band to not only survive, but acclimate to this strange planet while trekking to the site of their planned advance colony before a large colony ship arrives.

    After a decade in which the only available copies of these 21 episodes were those recorded from the original (and occasional syndication) broadcasts, and after recent petitioning by a dedicated core of fans, Earth 2 finally comes to DVD. Though not inherently creative (many of the show's aliens, incidents and general plot themes could be found throughout science fiction literature and films), Earth 2 did weave together disparate fiction conventions in unique and often charming ways to produce a literal wagon train in the stars. Underlying themes of environmentalism, indigenous rights, female empowerment, and repentance, though, added a substance to what might have otherwise been a bland, repetitive imitation of other science fiction. Although occasionally hokey and even melodramatic (i.e.
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