JAG (Judge Advocate General) - The Complete First Season
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From the Back Cover
- 21 episodes on 6 discs
- Commentary on the "Pilot" by creator/writer/director/executive producer Donald P. Bellisario
- "How the Series Took Flight" featurette
- "JAG: An Inside Look" featurette
- "The Military Accuracy" featurette
Top Customer Reviews
Upon email notice from Amazon that JAG will be released July 23, I did two things. I first contacted my wife to let her know that great news (she is as much a fan of the show as I), and then preordered it! I cannot wait until it arrives.
Why do those who decide what is released on DVD think JAG ran for ten seasons? It is a high quality show based around lead characters that have high integrity, professionalism, love of country and pride in what they do! The great blend of intelligent story lines, action, drama and rich characterization make it compelling. The character's backstories are well developed and continue through successive seasons.
Unlike one reviewer, I found season one to be a great season even though the show was trying to find its formula. It found its niche and I personally enjoyed the character of Meg Austin. She was a good, solid lawyer who knew her job and kept her love for Harm from interfering with her work; but the tension was just under the surface. I would have enjoyed periodic return spots of Meg as they did with other characters on occasion.
The wonderful development of the relationship between Harm and Mac is that they did actually form first a strong professional respect for one another, which blossomed into a real solid friendship.Read more ›
Season 1 was not spectacular, but it will nonetheless satisfy viewers. The first season was mostly characterized by more action by Harmon Rabb (David James Elliot) outside of the courtroom than inside, including various stunts in the air and on the ground. Some episodes--probably due to logistical limitations as the show was being developed--clearly borrow from famous war/military films and sometimes show inconsistencies, such as a featured submarine alternating between the Red October and an Akula. Fortunately, such flaws do not take away from the entertainment value of the show. Additionally, Season 1 was cool because it featured (memory serving) cameos by good and well-known actors like Ron Livingston (Office Space) and Neal McDonough (Band of Brothers).
Season 1 is worth the buy. Hopefully, the following seasons will be released quickly. A big thank you goes out to those who were responsible for JAG's release on DVD.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyed watching the series. Good characters and actors & actresses. Please make the rest of the seasons available.Published 6 hours ago by Corey
Always enjoyed this show and it is interesting to go back and see the first season and remember how characters entered the show and how they changed over the ten years of the... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Bill Signorini
Great stories. Well written. Well produced. Well acted. Very entertaining!Published 11 hours ago by Scott Odell
I really enjoyed the series - just disappointed that you only make it available free for the 1st season. It is a very old series I would think that all seasons would be free.Published 1 day ago by colleen ussery
Wish all the seasons were amazin prime so i can watch all of them instead of season 1Published 2 days ago by Samuel Columbo
I enjoy the Naval way of life and the drama in each episode. I also like the Theme played at the beginningPublished 2 days ago by Bill Graves
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