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Life: Season 2

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He’s got a second chance at life… and he’s doing whatever it takes to make every moment count in all 21 Second Season episodes of the clever, critically acclaimed series, Life. Golden Globe Award nominee Damian Lewis returns as Charlie Crews, an eccentric detective returning to the force after being wrongfully imprisoned. Back on the beat with his determined partner, Dani Reese (Sarah Shahi), and his unusually Zen-like outlook toward the cases he investigates, this unconventional crime solver tries to catch the LA wrongdoers who really belong behind bars – as well as whomever was behind his own fall from grace. Discover why critics declare, “Life is laconic, witty, and refreshingly curious.” (Maureen Ryan, Chicago Tribune

Special Features

Disc 1 - Life Season Two:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • The Business of Miracles Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer Rand Ravich, Executive Producer Far Shariat and Series Stars Damian Lewis, Sarah Shahi, Adam Arkin & Donal Logue


  • Disc 2 - Life Season Two:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Did You Feel That? Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer Rand Ravich, Executive Producer Far Shariat and Series Stars Damian Lewis, Adam Arkin & Donal Logue


  • Disc 3 - Life Season Two:
  • Deleted Scenes


  • Disc 4 - Life Season Two:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Hit Me Baby Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer Rand Ravich, Executive Producer Far Shariat and Series Star Adam Arkin


  • Disc 5 - Life Season Two:
  • Deleted Scenes
  • One Commentary with Creator/Executive Producer Rand Ravich and Executive Producer Far Shariat

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Damian Lewis, Sarah Shahi
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 5
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: August 25, 2009
    • Run Time: 903 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,145 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B0024FAD8S
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,456 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Life: Season 2" on IMDb

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    The quirky NBC crime drama "Life" gets a second season, featuring understated British actor Damian Lewis as LA detective Charlie Crews, who spent 12 years in prison for a mass murder he didn't commit before returning to duty anchored by the Zen Buddism he learned to survive his incarceration. His partner is detective Dani Reese (Sara Shahi), recovering substance abuser and daughter of the policeman who may have helped frame Crews. The pair are assisted by Bobby Stark (Brent Sexton), Crews' last buddy from his former days on the force. Their new boss is Lieutenant Kevin Tidwell (Donal Logue), a transfer from New York who seems out of place in laid-back LA but who learns to appreciate Crews and Reese for very different reasons. Adam Arkin returns as Ted Early, once Charlie's white collar criminal cellmate.

    The new season follows a familar formula: the detectives each week are handed a new case that proves far more complicated than first appearances. Crews' Zen Buddist approach invariably provides unique, unexpected, and often humorous insights to cases involving, for example, a murder during a student prison experiment, the landing of a plane by a dead astronaut, and the suffocation of a rock star impersonator.

    The weekly cases also allow the viewer to watch the slow blossoming of the relationship between Crews and a once skeptical Reese. Crews is by turns a quirky but kind searcher for truth and a shockingly tough cop, a combination Reese learns to value. As Reese learns the truth about her father, she and Crews will discover they have more in common than just a badge.

    In a parallel story arc, Crews secretly unravels clues to the conspiracy responsible for his frameup.
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    The first season of Life was strike abbreviated and just enough to get you hooked on the premise, the characters and the writing. But Season Two of the show was like opening a gift - both in terms of the acting, writing, technical direction, choice of interesting LA venues and wonderful camera work; and advancing the story arc of Crews wrongful imprisonment's genesis. The relationship of Crews and Reese has become stable and supportive, that's not to say that Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis) still doesn't irritate, exasperate and often amaze Dani Reese (Sarah Shahi), but they are balanced and he's not constantly rescuing the "maiden in distress". This season you get to see the cracks in Charlie's Zen armor and the effect his trust and confidence has on a very distrusting Dani. And as much as it pains me to admit it, Captain Kevin Tidwell (Donal Logue) has proven to be more than a comedic foil. He's a real person who adds to the story and helps the team through the season, whilst continuing a irregular and illicit romantic relationship with Dani. But he's good for her and that relationship moves Dani toward the season finale reveal that most viewers were looking for with Crews. It's about how you find your faith again, the renewal of trust and the connections we make and the importance and wonder of love (in all forms).

    The appearance of wonderful guest stars doesn't take the focus off the central relationship in the series, that of Crews and Reese.
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    How often can you say that? I'm usually happy with anything that's not Reality TV. But this show leaves you craving more. Even though the Second Season wraps up some of the answers of Charlie Crew's conspiracy theory, there are still a lot left. I'm hoping NBC lets USA pick up a new person for their 'Characters Welcome' add. I can't imagine not seeing this show for a few more seasons. I would love to see Charlie and his first partner, Bobby, work together on some more cases. And now that Shahi has had her baby, she can get back to work as Charlie's best partner, Dani. Regardless, Season Two is great to watch over and over. If you haven't got Season One yet, make it a dual purchase. It's worth the money.
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    If you ever wonder why NBC is the cellar dweller, wonder no more. They take very good shows like this and Journeyman, jack them around on the schedule, underpublicize them, and there you have it. One of the best cop shows on TV, and now it's gone.

    You can see and feel the frustration in the last few shows on the actor's faces.

    There are several eloquent and detailed reviews here, so no reason to go over the same issues.

    Cheers was a new show that was at the bottom of the ratings. Brandon Tartikoff the NBC honcho at the time, saw the quality of the show and stayed with it. Cheers turned out to be a blockbuster hit in it's second year. Life never had a chance. We watched every episode but what a chore trying to find it!

    TOO BAD for us and NBC....
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