A Touch of Frost Season 13: Endangered Species
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We enjoyed the single and I want to emphasize SINGLE, program. Come on Amazon you can do better marketing than this. One program does not a season make.
The story itself is quite entertaining but I felt it was not quite up to the standard of all of the previous Frost's.
The reason for this comment is to clear up a few misunderstandings. This isn't the last of Frost - a new series of 3 episodes is currently showing on UK TV:
Season 14, Episode 1: Mind Games
Original Air Date--12 October 2008
Season 14, Episode 2: Dead End
Original Air Date--19 October 2008
Season 14, Episode 3: In the Public Interest
Original Air Date--26 October 2008
and is being released in the UK on DVD in late October.
What is even stranger is that in the UK there is no season 13 at all! Endangered Species was first of all released on a single DVD but is listed (along with the earlier story "Near Death Experience" as season 12. Hence in the UK we have seasons 1-12, an extra disc also labelled series 12 and now series 14 is being released.
I suspect in the US Endangered Species was released as season 13 to avoid a confusing gap (but then they just added to the confusion by having 2 seasons that were effectively single episodes!)
was not much different that the others. We need to have the amount of
shows on the descriptions.
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