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Learn more about Farscape-Complete Season 3:

Format: DVD
Sku: 211824203
UPC: 733961169416
UPC 14: 00733961169416
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The third season of Farscape explores the wonders, possibilities and dangers of the wormhole phenomenon more completely than ever before. Through more ominous, adult-themed tales, the series also peeks into the darker corners in the minds of Moya's crew. In particular, Farscape: The Complete Season 3 shows the dichotomy of John Crichton: from his volatile, passionate bond with Aeryn to his ability to at once unite and divide the loyalties of the crew. As crew members embark on personal missions to deal with individual agendas, the stories showcase smaller ensembles, allowing each character and relationship more room to grow. Before the company reunites, lovers and friends are betrayed and family ties are ripped asunder. Old enemies become allies and dear friends are lost forever.Some critics have called Season 3 the year Farscape matured into agrown up show. Others see it as the year its creators's brilliance was thrown into overdrive.

This six disc DVD collection includes all 22 episodes from the The Complete Season 3 of Farscape.

"...a solid diversion if you're looking for something new and different in the realm of science fiction.  Kevin Lee, DVDVerdict.com
"...entertaining and original series...  Lorraine Ackroyd, DVDBits.com

Editor's Note
One of the Sci Fi Channel's most popular series, FARSCAPE is the story of a band of misfit renegades on the run from military Peacekeepers. The hero of the series is the human John Crichton (Ben Browder), a young astronaut and astrophysicist who becomes stranded on the other side of the universe when his Farscape module goes through a wormhole. There, he is taken in by the sentient ship Moya, where he tangles with the beautiful and volatile captive Peacekeeper Aeryn (Claudia Black). This collection includes every episode from the series' third season, which begins as Crichton, pining for Aeryn and unable to speak, leaves the crew of the Moya with the burdens of commandeering the ship.

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Technical Info


Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/17/2009
Video Play Time Running Time: 1020 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2001
Video UPC UPC: 00733961169416
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 6

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Standard  1.78:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Virginia Hey
Video Cast Info Ben Browder
Video Cast Info Anthony Simcoe

Awards


Emmy (2002)
   Video Award Name Terry Ryan, Lyn Askew, Nominee, Outstanding Costumes for a Series

Professional Reviews

DVDTimes.com 8 of 10
Who would have thought a TV series where two major characters are puppets would manage to be taken seriously? I didn't, and while I enjoyed the first few episodes of the first series I really didn't think it could take off. How wrong I was - even at the beginning of the first series there was a lot of promise, and this has been built on to the extent that I now think Farscape is just as important as the various Trek's in the TV science fiction arena...Leaving behind the somewhat stuffy image that Star Trek has picked up in recent years, Farscape never takes itself too seriously. But at the same time it's not exactly lightweight stuff. The series tackles numerous concepts usually restricted to the realms of heavy sci-fi. In addition even with the core characters, you're never quite sure if they're on the same team and double-crossing seems to be a way of life aboard the living starship, Moya. Despite this, the crew still manage to co-exist believably and although they almost always end up fighting on the same side, the way that this is done is very believable...It's quite difficult to work out who the target audience is. While for the most part the concepts and stories are suitable for wide audience, the writers have chosen not to aim at as large an audience as possible with some quite adult language present in some episodes. One or two episodes due to appear later in the series have been classified as 18 by the BBFC...One thing the writers are not scared of doing is pushing the envelope of the series. There isn't the 'reset-button' mentality that prevails over other series. Characters actions DO resonate through the series and the writers are obviously not holding back in the character development department. - Colin Polonowski

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