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on November 29, 2009
I first started watching this program somewhere in the Second Season during its initial run on the SyFy Channel at the urging of my wife, who had been an avid viewer since day one. I had seen the Pilot when it was first broadcast, but never watched with regularity (at the time I was working a lot of overtime on Friday nights). I did come away from the Pilot very impressed by what appeared to be a great premise, excellent special effects, and potentially some great characters. Eventually my Friday evening schedule cleared up and once I started watching a couple of episodes I was completely hooked.

There is a definite 4 year story arc here; most of the episodes do tie together as the later seasons demonstrate. I won't elaborate on all the details of the program, mainly because there are many reviews here that do just that. What I will discuss is the quality of the box set that A&E has released, and has done an outstanding job of packaging and remastering the episodes. I had collected the old ADV releases over the years, and they did a good job of reproducing very good audio and video for the most part. What this set has done is go WAY beyond anything that has been on DVD previously. I don't know if this is the case, but it certainly looks as if A&E did a complete makeover on the video and audio on this set, and it is nothing short of SPECTACULAR.

Some quick notes about this wonderful package:

VIDEO: These episodes are presented in their original aspect ratios of 4:3 for Seasons 1-3 and 1:78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen for Season 4. Do not be mislead by other reviewers who claim that the final season of the show (which was indeed the only one filmed in widescreen) is not in its proper format. The quality of the video is STUNNING: details of all levels of color jump out at you, and the detail in close-ups and special effects are truly amazing. (A note here: I watched this on an Oppo BD-83 Blu Ray player which upscales standard DVDs to 1080i). The video is so good, I would swear I was watching a Blu Ray at times; THAT's how good it is. It is a remarkable improvement from the ADV releases of a few years ago (which up until the release of this set, were fetching a hefty price on eBay). I truly was stunned at the video...I don't think this show ever looked this good.

AUDIO: One word: phenomenal. The 5.1 mix totally immerses you in the story. All speakers and the sub-woofer are used perfectly and to to any extremes. The ADV releases had a very good 5.1 soundtrack, but the new A&E version has absolutely jaw dropping audio. Yes, it is THAT good.

PACKAGING: 5 "sets" of DVDs gathered in one glossy box keeping them all together. Each Season has its own "set" with the final set being reserved for a number of special features ("making of" documentaries, mostly). The other Special Features as promised in the description of the set here, are scattered throughout the various discs. I wish the glossy box was a bit more sturdy and easier to access the sets (do you open from the left or right? you decide). A minor quibble though compared to the overall satisfaction I've gotten so far from this new A&E release.

BOTTOM LINE: "Farscape" is truly an incredible show with excellent writing and some fine acting throughout its 4 year run. It would have been nice to have the final 3 hour installment "The Peacekeeper Wars" (which somewhat neatly ties up and concludes the series) included in the box, but rights issues prevented that from happening. You can certainly buy it separately on Amazon (and you REALLY must do so in order to see the conclusion of the show) and keep it next to this on your shelf. Speaking of which, the amount of shelf space saved with this package compared to the original 2 disc ADV volumes is incredible. Even if you own every ADV release like I do, this set is more than worth getting. The video and audio are markedly improved (even though it is never mentioned that the episodes are remastered, one look and you will be able to tell in an instant); and it truly does make a HUGE difference compared with the original ADV releases. The aforementioned amount of shelf space saved is indeed a plus.

Overall, 5 stars for the quality of the show, and this incredible new release with remastered video and audio. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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"Farscape" came at a good time providing a bridgeduring a key time when most science fiction on TV was "Star Trek" or nothing else ("Babylon 5" excepted) and it brought a much needed dollop of humor, fascinating storylines and great characterizations. It's true that the series presents a hodge podge of ideas that were successful in other shows from "Star Trek" to "The X-Files" but what was great as with all things that are an amalgamation of other ideas from other shows was how it was put together.

"Farscape: The Complete Series" is, well, somewhat incomplete. While it includes all four seasons it doesn't include the mini-series "Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars" due to licensing issues with Lion's Gate (which released that title)so you'll need to keep your DVD set for that until the latter is released on Blu-ray.

The Blu-ray presentation for "Farscape" suffers a bit from the fact that it was produced prior to studios thinking of high definition. The show was shot on film but the visual effects were done in digital standard definition, that wouldn't be a problem but the show was assembled in standard video as well and the 35mm source prints are nowhere to be found.

Having said that the New Video used a number of digital techniques to enhance the SD picture and bring it into the high def realm pretty effectively.

Be aware however that "Incubator" has the dialogue slightly out of synch with the picture on the Blu-ray.

Subtitles ARE on the Blu-ray release.

If you adjust your expectations that this ISN'T going to look as good as, say, "Battlestar: Galatica" on Blu-ray or even the original "Star Trek", you'll enjoy this set. Should you buy it? That depends on how picky you're going to be about teh image quality here but this does look marginally better than previous editions.

As a result we have a Blu-ray presentation that isn't in 1080 instead A&E and New Video the distributors here had to go to the best source possible the PAL video (which has higher resolution than U.S. NTSC)thus while this isn't in high definition it DOES look slightly better than the the regular DVD's in particular because the higher bit rate for Blu-ray allows the show more "breathing" room. The show looks soft but there's no way around that. Detail is better than the 2009 DVD's but the compression artifacts that were problematic for the DVD set released in 2009 aren't as problematic here. Likewise, this is a huge upgrade over the "Starburst" editions of the series put out a couple of years back.

The audio is a big upgrade with a lossless 5.1 presentation that is quite powerful and well done.

The special features from the previous 2009 set have been carried over for this set with one new high def featurette included looking back on the show. We get mulitple commentary tracks for a number of episodes (with the first season getting the most).

Summary: -video quality: Is soft but with better detail than most of the DVDs I've seen of the show because the producers used the higher resolution PAL video masters. The encoding and use of compression here is an improvement as well helping the picture quality. It's a marginal upgrade in image quality though.

Audio: Sounds brilliant with a nice, immersive 5.1 lossless mix.

Special Features: All of the special features from the 2009 A&E/New Video release are included with one new high def special featurette.

There are 31 commentary tracks. We also get deleted scenes and TV spots.

Season One:
Premiere: Rockne S. O'Bannon, Brian Henson and Ben BrowderI, E.T.: Claudia Black and Anthony Simcoe
Exodus from Genesis: Brian Henson and Virginia Hey
Throne for a Loss: Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Back and Back and Back to the Future: Ben Browder and Rowan Woods
Thank God It's Friday. . .Again: Rockne S. O'Bannon and Anthony Simcoe
DNA Mad Scientist: a) Ben Browder and Claudia Black; b) Rockne S. O'Bannon and David Kemper
Jeremiah Crichton: Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Rockne S. O'Bannon and David Kemper (this commentary bears the humorous subtitle "When Bad Things Happen to Good Shows")
A Human Reaction: Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Nerve: Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Born to be Wild: Anthony Simcoe
Family Ties: a) Ben Browder and Claudia Black; b) Rockne S. O'Bannon and David Kemper

Season Two:
Crackers Don't Matter: Claudia Black and Ian Watson
The Way We Weren't: Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Won't Get Fooled Again: Rowan Woods and Richard Manning
The Locket: Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Die Me, Dichotomy: Ben Browder, Claudia Black and David Kemper

Season Three:
Self Inflicted Wounds Part II: Wait for the Wheel: Claudia Black
Eat Me: Guy Gross
Green Eyed Monster: Ben Browder and Tony Tilse
Relativity: Lani Tupu and Peter Andrikidis
The Choice: a) Claudia Black; b) Rowan Woods and Justin Monjo
Into the Lion's Den Part II: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Rockne S. O'Bannon and David Kemper
Dog With Two Bones: Ben Browder and Claudia Black

Season Four:
John Quixote: Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Kansas: Ben Browder, Claudia Black and David Kemper
Bad Timing: Ben Browder, Claudia Black and David Kemper

The first season of "Farscape" is a bit uneven but the show finds its footing by the second season and was positively on fire once Scorpious was introduced as a character.

I'd still recommend this as long as you adjust your expectations on the video quality of the series particularly if you can get it at a good price.

Series: 4 1/2 stars
Image for show: 3 (translated as good)
Audio: 4 1/2 stars
Special Features: 5 stars
Overall average: 4 stars.

Recommended.
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on April 20, 2013
Sci Fi fans; If you haven't seen Farscape you're missing a great experience for a great price. Farscape is huge folks! Its so unique and totally unlike anything else I've ever seen I was just blown away by it. I discovered Farscape by chance mid season 2 and fell so in love with it I immediately bought the series and The Peacekeeper Wars so I could watch all the episodes in their entirety in order. Farscape is a serial and needs to be watched in order, but it has more stand alone episodes than B5 which I also own. What a magnificent job Jim Hensen Productions did too! Visually, Farscape is gorgeous. The special effects are top notch. The puppetry is unlike anything I have ever seen. Pilot is a particularly beautiful and believable character. The cast rocks! Aside from Ben Browder and Kent McCord I think the entire cast is Austalian. Talk about talent! I can't say enough about the great players in Farscape, stars and supporting cast alike. Browder plays John Crichton,an astronaut who finds himself lost in the universe after the ship he's piloting gets swallowed by a wormhole. He,s rescued, after a fashion, by escaped prisoners on a living, sentient ship, and persued by bad guys. Farscape is heavy on relationships. Crichton's relationships with his shipmates as well as their relationships with each other, and how those relationships born in necessity and mistrust mature into love. Very beautiful and uplifting. Also important is Crichton's relationships to the bad guys: Crais and Scorpius. Crais starts out hating Crichton, who he blames the death of his brother on, but later comes to admire him. Scorpius is a heavy in a class of his own. He's very sinister but not exactly evil. He just does whatever he thinks is necessary to accomplish his goals which surprisingly have nothing to do with selfish ambition. He, too, admires Crichton in an odd fashion and at times protects Crichton from other bad guys. Much of Farscape is very funny - "a comedy masquerading as a space drama" - as one person described it, and sometimes Farscape will make you cry. I shed many tears watching Farscape. This brings me to the writing. Farscape seems like the writers wrote the parts and developed the characters for the actors themselves. The synergy is that good. Special effects and puppets and action are great, but nothing makes a series as worthwhile as a great plot, cast and crew. Farscape has the very best! If you buy this series you might as well get The Peacekeeper Wars. Like the original Star Trek, the studio pointy-heads didn't know a good thing when it was in front of them so they cancelled Farscape after its 4th season, but sci-fi fans everywhere raised such a fuss they were able to prod the muckity mucks into springing for The Peacekeeper Wars which puts a period fairly nicely on Farscape. Get the series and enjoy!
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For a while after the show was over I was still hesitant of even watching the show that had the name Jim Henson expecting cutesy puppets like the muppets or something, but after seeing a few re-run episodes on the sci-fi channel and truly turned my notion of what the series was like. The storyline and characters are great and mostly original for most of the show especially if you get tired of shows like Star trek where the human race are almost pacifistic saints with their attitudes out to make justice and do good in the galaxy. The series characters have a nice mix of rogues all with their own agendas at first and all almost have a human quality with their own inner ideals and wants. The effects of the series are pretty decent and while not up there with the star trek t.v. shows is still pretty good and the stories for the episodes more than make up for it and so I feel that this series actually surpasses the trekie franchise and equals such original series like Babylon 5 an the like. For four seasons and the extras that come with the set the price I found at Amazon was a real steal especially when I first tries some movie stores like Suncoast and Sam goodies where they were selling the box set for a ridiculous price and while I like the show the price these stores were asking for was laughable to say the least. So for all sci-fi fans out there looking for a great series to buy here's a great choice for your collection and again for this price real bargain too....
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on August 9, 2013
Farscape is not at all like many other series that are usually more orderly. This is not Star Trek, but a little more like Star Wars in the fact that the Universe is filled with wild quirky aliens, many that actually look more like aliens and not just all humans in wierd outfits.The premise of Farscape is that Moya, a living star craft is herself a prisoner of the Peacekeepers and has broken free of her collar with her cargo turned crew, all prisoners seeking their own freedom aboard her. It is into this crazy mismash that Astronaut John Crichton has fallen after accidently gone through a wormhole that has dumped him into this wild section of space. To top it off, he has collided with another craft and becomes another fugitive on the run as he seeks his way home. It is trial and error as he finds himself fighting to escape the Peacekeepers as well as seeking acceptance from the prisoners he has fallen among, a slow and torturous process of trial and error. In the end, when he manages to get home, he finds that Earth has become as alien as the Space he has left.
What is odd, is that While Star Trek was supposedly an orderly meeting of aliens in peace and war, Farscape is more like what one might actually find out there, where rhyme and reason aren't exactly center stage.Cultures here are truly wierd and the aliens here are wild and funny or dangerous in their own way.A truly different view of Sci-Fi.
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on October 16, 2009
A good friend introduced me to "Farscape" and it is a place that I enjoy visiting. I borrowed his DVDs to watch and I was immediately compelled to start my own collection. Even though I have most of the series now, I am thrilled to get it in a complete set. It is worth it. The show is a unique and amazing series. Easy to re-watch over and over.

"Farscape" is about an American pilot that ends up on a ship of aliens from other planets. They are a fun group of characters that end up becoming a family. You learn about the history of each and how they came to be on this ship. Each episode is an adventure. One special aspect of the series is the presence of muppets. Brian Henson, son of Jim Henson, is one of the producers. "Farscape" is one of a kind science fiction.

Another reason this show is so special is the great storytelling. One episode can make you laugh and another can pull your senses. You learn to really care about these people-this family. The show takes you to so many wonderful places and experiences.

The series was sadly cancelled suddenly-fans wanted it to continue but it didn't. I am glad the show had its closure in the movie, The Peacemakers-excellent as the series and fun to watch.

November can't come soon enough for me so I can rejoin John and the others on their amazing journey.
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on December 15, 2015
I missed this program when it first appeared on cable. By the time I started watching it was cancelled and were being played out of order. I am happy I purchased this series. Don't forget to purchase the movie "Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars" because the series does not end here.
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on January 9, 2013
REGION FREE

Video: 1080p (upconverted)
Audio: English 5.1DTS-HD Master Audio
Subtitles: English SDH

Season One
Special Features:
Audio Commentaries:
"Premiere" with Rockne S. O'Bannon, Brian Henson & Ben Browder
"I, E.T." with Claudia Black & Anthony Simcoe
"Exodus from Genesis" with Brian Henson & Virginia Hey
"Throne for a Loss" Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Back and Back and Back to the Future" with Ben Browder & Rowan Woods
"Thank God It's Friday... Again" with Rockne S. O'Bannon & Anthony Simcoe
"DNA Mad Scientist" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"DNA Mad Scientist" with Rockne S. O'Bannon & David Kemper
"Jeremiah Crichton" with Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Rockne S. O'Bannon & David Kemper
"A Human Reaction" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Nerve" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Bone to be Wild" with Anthony Simcoe
"Family Ties" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Family Ties" with Rockne S. O'Bannon & David Kemper
Making of a Space Opera (The Farscape Effect: Behind The Scenes OF a Cutting Edge Sci-Fi Show)(22 min.)
In the Beginning: A Look Back with Brian Henson (38 min.)
Farscape in the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes for "The Flax" & "Through the Looking Glass" (42 min.)
Behind The Scenes Interview: Anthony Simcoe (D'argo) (29 min.)
Behind The Scenes Interview: Jonathan Hardy (Voice Of Rygel) (21 min.)
Behind The Scenes Interview: Lani John Tupu (Crais & Voice Of Pilot) (24 min.)

Season Two
Special Features:
Audio Commentaries:
"Crackers Don't Matter" with Claudia Black & Ian Watson
"The Way We Weren't" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Won't Get Fooled Again" with Rowan Woods & Richard Manning
"The Locket" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Die Me, Dichotomy" with Ben Browder, Claudia Black & David Kemper
Deleted Scenes for Mind the Baby (3,19)
Deleted Scenes for Taking the Stone (0,37)
Deleted Scenes for Crackers Don't Matter (0,45)
Deleted Scenes for Dream a Little Dream (3,59)
Deleted Scenes for Look at the Princess Part I: A Kiss is But a Kiss (1,40)
Deleted Scenes for Look at the Princess Part III: The Maltese Crichton (1,30)
Deleted Scenes for The Locket (0,57)
Deleted Scenes for Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These (1,34)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: The Way We Weren't (9 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: My Three Crichtons (11 min)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: The Locket (10 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Die Me, Dichotomy (11 min)
Season 2 Bloopers (7 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Re:Union (9 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Mind the Baby (8 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Vitas Mortis (10 min)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Taking the Stone (7 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Cracker's Don't Matter (7 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Picture If You Will (17 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: The Way We Weren't (29 min.)
Farscape In the Raw: Director's Cut Scenes: Home On The Remains (13 min.)
Re:Union Alternate Season 2 Premiere (44 min.)
Farscape Undressed (44 min)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Wayne Pygram (Scorpius) (22 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: David Franklin (Braca) (17 min.)

Season Three
Special Features:
Audio Commentaries:
"Self Inflicted Wounds Part II: Wait for the Wheel" with Claudia Black
"Eat Me" with Guy Gross
"Green Eyed Monster" with Ben Browder & Tony Tilse
"Relativity" with Lani Tupu & Peter Andrikidis
"The Choice" with Claudia Black
"The Choice" with Rowan Woods & Justin Monjo
"Into the Lion's Den Part II: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" with Rockne S. O'Bannon & David Kemper
"Dog With Two Bones" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
Deleted Scenes for Season of Death (2,25)
Deleted Scenes for Thanks for Sharing (0,27)
Deleted Scenes for Losing Time (2,52)
Deleted Scenes for Incubator (1,20)
Deleted Scenes for Scratch 'N Sniff (1,50)
Deleted Scenes for Revenging Angel (0,35)
Deleted Scenes for The Choice (0,51)
Deleted Scenes for Fractures (4,17)
Deleted Scenes for Into the Lion's Den Part I: Lambs to the Slaughter (0,43)
Deleted Scenes for Into the Lion's Den Part II: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing (7,44)
Deleted Scenes for Dog With Two Bones (7,10)
TV Promos
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Eat Me (11 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Revenging Angel (8 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: The Choice (11 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Into the Lion's Den Part II: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing (9 min.)
From the Archives: Composer Guy Gross Discusses the Season 3 Theme (5 min)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Claudia Black (Aeryn) (35 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Anthony Simcoe (D'argo) (27 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Ben Browder (Crichton) (5 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Wayne Pygram (Scorpius) (24 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Gigi Edgley (Chiana) (18 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Rebecca Riggs (Commandant Grayza) (29 min.)
Behind the Scenes Interview: Paul Goddard (Stark) (4 min.)
Season 3: A Look Back (45 min.)
"Zhaan Forever" with Virginia Hey (30 min)

Season Four
Special Features:
Audio Commentaries:
"John Quixote" with Ben Browder & Claudia Black
"Kansas" with Ben Browder, Claudia Black & David Kemper
"Bad Timing" with Ben Browder, Claudia Black & David Kemper
Deleted Scenes for Crichton Kicks (3,11)
Deleted Scenes for What Was Lost Part I: Sacrifice (1,59)
Deleted Scenes for Promises (3,04)
Deleted Scenes for Natural Election (2,16)
Deleted Scenes for A Prefect Murder (2,19)
Deleted Scenes for Kansas (2,28)
Deleted Scenes for Terra Firma (4,28)
Deleted Scenes for Twice Shy (1,55)
Deleted Scenes for Mental as Anything (0,27)
Deleted Scenes for Bringing Home the Beacon (0,53)
Deleted Scenes for A Constellation of Doubt (16,49)
Deleted Scenes for We're So Screwed Part II: Hot to Katratizi (1,19)
Deleted Scenes for Bad Timing (2,48)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Crichton Kicks (7 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: John Quixote (8 min)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Terra Firma (9 min.)
Listening In With Composer Guy Gross: Bad Timing (9 min.)
Memories of Moya (37 min)
Farscape: The Story So Far (27 min.)
From the Archives: On the Last Day - Farscape Wrap Speech from David Kemper (4 min.)
Inside Farscape: Save Farscape (31 min.)
Inside Farscape: Villains (15 min.)
Inside Farscape: Season 4 Visual Effects (10 min.)
Video Profile: Creator/Executive Producer/Writer Rockne S. O'Bannon (20 min.)
Video Profile: Executive Producer/Writer David Kemper (12 min.)
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on March 25, 2010
A Nice series, nice box set, just a couple very small problems read on..

The complete series comes in a nice compact boxed set. The series box contains 5 individual dvd sized season boxes. Seasons 1-4 and a 5th special box.

Each season is contained in a nice compact dvd sized case that easily fits where you want to put them.

Now, some small problems with the complete season set, nothing major but its there.

1) Sometimes you will notice sound problems, where sound drops lower and changes volume, especially in season 1. Not a major problem, but you'll notice it a few times. Like someone turned the volume down and back up after a while.

2) The season cases are small and compact, which actually causes 1 small problem. In larger cases the DVD's are held by a holder that goes through the center of the DVD. Since these cases are tight and compact, the "prong" that holds the DVD's in the case are very very small and tight, making it hard to take the DVD's out of the case. It really feels like you can break the DVD if you force it. Something you have to settle for, because of the tighter case.

Overall, a nice series. Farscape is more character driven episodes due to lower salary for the episodes, and there are many very bad episodes with very bad plots. The series isn't up to the bigger more popular series like Stargate, or Babalon 5, but its still a nice series that any Sci-Fi fan should have, especially for the decent price of the complete series.
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on August 14, 2017
I had watch on TV but I'm sure I missed some episode over time
There is just one problem, when it was delivered it did not have no packing material in it, so when I opened it on one Corner that was a little bit of damage but something I can put up with but the DVD case holder was cracked
I'm sure If it had packing paper in her this will not happened.
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