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MI-5 10 Seasons

Season 6
4.3 out of 5 stars (93) IMDb 8.3/10

Having survived the bombing of the Thames Barrier, Adam and Ros recover to find London facing an even greater threat. While attempting to thwart an attack that could jeopardise a historic peace accord between Britain and Iran, the team unwittingly unleash a deadly killer. But with a virus that mimics the pneumonic plague, there can be no negotiation. And when Zaf is kidnapped by armed mercenaries, the team realise that in a game of the highest stakes they hold none of the cards. As the stuff of nightmares becomes increasingly real, London faces total devastation...

Starring:
Peter Firth, Hugh Simon

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1. Episode 1

The Grid is faced with the threat of a terrorist attack by a member of Iranian intelligence, which could jeopardise a historic peace deal with Iran.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: October 16, 2007
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2. Episode 2

With Britain on the verge of a plague epidemic, the team must track down and quarantine anyone infected. Meanwhile, Harry orders the interrogation of spies from all nations likely to have a vaccine.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: October 16, 2007
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3. Episode 3

A plane crashes near an American airbase. Was it shot down on purpose and, if so, was Iran involved? With the team unaware of her kidnap, Ros is subjected to mental torture.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: October 23, 2007
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4. Episode 4

When intelligence is received that an Algerian extremist is planning a terrorist attack on London, Adam urges Ana, his contact in the Iranian Embassy, to spy on her husband.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: October 30, 2007
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5. Episode 5

On his way to the airport to intercept a Russian arms dealer selling vital nuclear blueprints to Iran, Adam is mugged. He strikes back on the 'mugger', who turns out to be a journalist investigating the Tehran train bomb.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: November 6, 2007
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6. Episode 6

Boarding a flight to Tehran, can Adam and Ros find and stop the passenger carrying nuclear triggers to Iran?

TV-14 CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: November 13, 2007
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7. Episode 7

The announcement of a new peace accord between Britain, America and Iran is disrupted when armed infiltrators hijack the television broadcast.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: November 20, 2007
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8. Episode 8

When Ros's involvement with Yalta is uncovered, Harry comes face to face with the chief of the shadowy anti-American organization.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: November 27, 2007
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9. Episode 9

The team race against time to find and deactivate a bomb planted in central London by an ex-IRA operative, and discover who is really behind the plot to kill them.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: December 4, 2007
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10. Episode 10

The team learns the fate of Zaf, and Adam's focus on preventing an al-Qaeda attack on a London school is diverted when Jo is kidnapped by a group of mercenaries.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: December 18, 2007
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When I came to write a review, I was stunned to see the season only rated 3 stars from viewers--until I realized that the low rating was a result of people complaining about the price, not the show. Yes, the set is pricey, but the purpose here is to review the PROGRAM. And in my opinion, this was the tightest, most engaging season yet. Superb writing, heinous villains, a couple of complete surprises, and a great cliff-hanger. Instead of spending my money on most of the junk currently playing in the cinemas, this is much more rewarding entertainment. (And there are no cell phones ringing, noisy children, or candy munchers to contend with!)

PS Where can we start the Hermione Norris fan club? :)
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Maybe The Best Ten Hours of Spy TV I Have Ever Seen!!! (Maybe the best TV of ANY GENRE!)

I have watched every episode of MI5 available through DVD - the only way U.S. viewers should do it in order to get the whole story. Season Six was riveting beyond any TV experience, including 24, which I have ever seen for this type of show. It was hard to stop watching, and a couple of nights I stayed up way later than I should have because I had to find out what happened next. Every episode flowed into the next to make what, in effect, was a ten hour movie.

One of the major factors that make MI5 so exciting, and probably somewhat real, is that no one, no one, is safe. They may not all die, but the "service" can take its toll in so many ways.

This can be very heartbreaking because another aspect of MI5 that makes it special is the characters. We come to identify and appreciate these folks because they are humanized more than is usually seen in these types of series - warts and all! Far from shining heroes in all their affairs, these spooks make all kinds of mistakes both on and off the job, they lie, cheat, steal, behave badly and come apart at the seams as the stress eats away at their psyches. In other words, they're just like you and me, only with a much tougher job description.

As a result, these all-too-human secret agents don't always win. They get played all the time, especially by other intelligent groups who are supposed to be allies. It is truly a looking glass world. Indeed, this is a major theme of Season Six.

Sadly, as mentioned in other reviews, the relentless action and intrigue pushes the private lives of Adam, Harry, Ross, Jo and others to the side. Unlike earlier seasons, there isn't a lot of down time.
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I was looking for TV Shows on DVD when I saw the 3 star average for MI 5 and just had to comment. The negative reviews are about price and while I understand that as a legit observation in a review, it isn't the fault of the creative team....actors, directors, writers....of one of the best shows ever for TV (The Wire and The Shield being the "others") that the "money folk" put a high price on the product. I just saw Equus in New York with Daniel Radcliffe and paid 250 dollars for two tkts and it was wonderful! Worth 250 dollars? In a fair and just world probably not but that again is not the aesthetic fault of the production. So those of you who are new to MI 5... and yes Spooks is better and cheaper if you have an R 2 system....don't be mislead by the talk about price. TV doesn't get any better than this. So don't spend money on "blockbuster" drivel and save your money for MI 5
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This is a great series, just as good as season 5. The first 4 epi's of S6 were dynamic, but not all of the epi's captivated and held my attention like S6. Now on to S6, Wow! I love this show. The actors were effective as agents and heartwrenching as characters. The last epi did it for me. As the other commentors stated, epi 10 and a few others were dark and realistic. Rupert is the man. As always Harry Pearce was dapper, intriguing, SEXY as hell, and was totally the leader of the group. More insight into quirky Malcom also. Jo was sweet and resourceful. The new guy is still new, but very promising. He listens to his instincts which is good. I can't wait for S7.
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MI 5 is one of the best spy thriller shows out there. I like it better than "24". This season was the Iran story. They did something different for this season The story arc begins with a british planned and staged bomb in Tehran. Then epissode after episode follows this story arc until the season finale. BBC knows how to create entertaining television. Its a shame all we get here in the US is BBC America.
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By the start of Season Six, the BBC's "MI-5" has thoroughly established itself as one of the world's premier drama shows. The previous five seasons have woven drama, intrigue, excitement, and intelligent storytelling together in a manner rarely seen in television, and each Season has seen us wonder how the enterprise could possible maintain such an accomplishment, yet is only to out-do itself again the following year. Season Six follows that same trajectory accomplishment, and without giving any spoilers, we can say that the series takes a darker and more sinister tone at various points that are perhaps some of the most intense in the series six year track. It can be argued that Season Six is one of the strongest of an already incredibly strong series of Seasons.

MI-5, in case you are unfamiliar with the show, is a section of the security service in the UK that addresses domestic threats. The threats can be of any nature--terrorist, economic, public disturbance, and many others--but these categories of threats are those that are deemed a threat to national security and safety, and MI-5 is called upon to monitor, track, and intervene to address them. The "MI-5" television show attempts to tell a dramatized version of this branch of the security services by allowing us to see the individuals who choose to join "5" and are often unexpectedly impacted by the requirements of the job as they seek to keep the public safety. The episodes usually deal with one specific threat and 5's response to it, yet many episodes are woven together into a larger, more long running story that encompasses many episodes, sometimes, an entire season. That's why "MI-5" is best watched in episode-by-episode order, starting with Season One.
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