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    Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols), a cop from the year 2077 finds herself trapped in present day Vancouver, searching for convicted terrorists from the future, known as Liber8. With unexpected assistance from teen tech genius Alec Sadler (Erik Knudsen), Kiera desperately tries to bring down the terrorists before they change the course of history forever.

    In Season 2 Kiera continues her uneasy alliance with her partner, Vancouver Police detective Carlos Fonnegra (Victor Webster) and grapples with the big question that closed the first season - why was she sent here? Meanwhile Alec struggles to understand the implications of a mysterious message sent from his future self and Liber8 become more strategic and even more lethal.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen, Roger Cross, Stephen Lobo, Lexa Doig
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.78:1 Letterbox
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    Dubbing Languages:

    French

    Subtitle Languages:

    English for the Hard of Hearing, French, Dutch

    Run Time:
    548 mins approx.
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Series:
    Continuum

Continuum - Season 2

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  • Description

    Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols), a cop from the year 2077 finds herself trapped in present day Vancouver, searching for convicted terrorists from the future, known as Liber8. With unexpected assistance from teen tech genius Alec Sadler (Erik Knudsen), Kiera desperately tries to bring down the terrorists before they change the course of history forever.

    In Season 2 Kiera continues her uneasy alliance with her partner, Vancouver Police detective Carlos Fonnegra (Victor Webster) and grapples with the big question that closed the first season - why was she sent here? Meanwhile Alec struggles to understand the implications of a mysterious message sent from his future self and Liber8 become more strategic and even more lethal.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen, Roger Cross, Stephen Lobo, Lexa Doig
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.78:1 Letterbox
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    Dubbing Languages:

    French

    Subtitle Languages:

    English for the Hard of Hearing, French, Dutch

    Run Time:
    548 mins approx.
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Series:
    Continuum

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Good series, DVD set leaves a lot to be desired

Continuing where first season left of (anti)heroes continue to pursue their respective agendas. While I have complaints about series itself, it still features good writting and interesting social concepts the issue I ahve is DVD set itself. There are no costumary sweets included. No commentary from creators, no extras, not to mention that DVD menu is confusing to click through.

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