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Millennium - Season 1 - 3 Box Set Millennium - Season 1 - 3 Box Set
  • Description

    Season 1
    Retired serial-profiler Frank Black has moved his family to Seattle to escape the violence and horror he dealt with while working for the FBI in Washington, D.C. Although his uncanny and often unsettling ability to see into the twisted minds of serial killers has caused him much inner torment, Black knows his "gift" can still be used to help protect and save others. For that reason he has joined the mysterious Millennium Group, a team of underground ex-law enforcement experts dedicated to fighting against the ever-growing forces of evil and darkness in the world.

    Season 2
    Season Two of Chris Carter's groundbreaking show continues the story of retired FBI profiler Frank Black and his work for the Millennium Group. When his wife is kidnapped Frank realises that there are certain secrets that the group has kept from him. Already suspicious of the group's real motives, a dangerous division within the group itself finally convinces Frank to quit. Determined to alert his friends and co-workers to the growing danger, Frank is horrified to discover that it may be too late to save anyone.

    Season 3
    The final piece in the Millennium jigsaw. After leaving the FBI Frank Black joined the Millennium Group, a covert team of ex-law enforcement experts battling the growing forces of evil in the world - or so he thought. When a deadly viral outbreak spread across the country killing thousands of people, Frank discovered it was all part of a plot by the group. Now, disillusioned and outraged, Frank returns to the FBI with a new resolve to expose the Millennium Group. But protecting his job and daughter, who Frank fears shares his gift, is no easy task when there are those who believe that is he is not a part of the Group there is no reason for him to be allowed to keep using his gift against him.

    Special Features:

    Season 1

    • Commentary for 'Pilot' by Chris Carter
    • Commentary for 'Gehenna' by director David Nutter
    • Documentary - 'Order in Chaos, Making Millennium Season One'
    • Featurette - 'Chasing the Dragon: a Conversation with the Academy Group'
    • Featurette - 'Creating the Logo and Title Sequence'
    • Eight TV Spots

    Season 2

    • Commentary for 'The Hand Of Saint Sebastian' by director Tom Wright
    • Commentary for 'The Mikado' by writer Michael R. Perry
    • Featurette - 'The Turn of the Tide: The Making of Season 2'
    • Featurette - 'Academy Group: Victimology'

    Season 3

    • Commentary for 'The Innocents' by actors Lance Henriksen and Klea Scott
    • Commentary for 'Collateral Damage' by director Tom Wright
    • Two Featurettes - 'Endgame: The Making of Millennium Season 3' and 'Between The Lines'
    • Millenium episode from Season 7 of The X-Files
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Lance Henriksen
    Region:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    20th Century Fox
    Series:
    Millennium

Millennium - Season 1 - 3 Box Set

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  • Description

    Season 1
    Retired serial-profiler Frank Black has moved his family to Seattle to escape the violence and horror he dealt with while working for the FBI in Washington, D.C. Although his uncanny and often unsettling ability to see into the twisted minds of serial killers has caused him much inner torment, Black knows his "gift" can still be used to help protect and save others. For that reason he has joined the mysterious Millennium Group, a team of underground ex-law enforcement experts dedicated to fighting against the ever-growing forces of evil and darkness in the world.

    Season 2
    Season Two of Chris Carter's groundbreaking show continues the story of retired FBI profiler Frank Black and his work for the Millennium Group. When his wife is kidnapped Frank realises that there are certain secrets that the group has kept from him. Already suspicious of the group's real motives, a dangerous division within the group itself finally convinces Frank to quit. Determined to alert his friends and co-workers to the growing danger, Frank is horrified to discover that it may be too late to save anyone.

    Season 3
    The final piece in the Millennium jigsaw. After leaving the FBI Frank Black joined the Millennium Group, a covert team of ex-law enforcement experts battling the growing forces of evil in the world - or so he thought. When a deadly viral outbreak spread across the country killing thousands of people, Frank discovered it was all part of a plot by the group. Now, disillusioned and outraged, Frank returns to the FBI with a new resolve to expose the Millennium Group. But protecting his job and daughter, who Frank fears shares his gift, is no easy task when there are those who believe that is he is not a part of the Group there is no reason for him to be allowed to keep using his gift against him.

    Special Features:

    Season 1

    • Commentary for 'Pilot' by Chris Carter
    • Commentary for 'Gehenna' by director David Nutter
    • Documentary - 'Order in Chaos, Making Millennium Season One'
    • Featurette - 'Chasing the Dragon: a Conversation with the Academy Group'
    • Featurette - 'Creating the Logo and Title Sequence'
    • Eight TV Spots

    Season 2

    • Commentary for 'The Hand Of Saint Sebastian' by director Tom Wright
    • Commentary for 'The Mikado' by writer Michael R. Perry
    • Featurette - 'The Turn of the Tide: The Making of Season 2'
    • Featurette - 'Academy Group: Victimology'

    Season 3

    • Commentary for 'The Innocents' by actors Lance Henriksen and Klea Scott
    • Commentary for 'Collateral Damage' by director Tom Wright
    • Two Featurettes - 'Endgame: The Making of Millennium Season 3' and 'Between The Lines'
    • Millenium episode from Season 7 of The X-Files
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Lance Henriksen
    Region:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    20th Century Fox
    Series:
    Millennium

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Brilliant series - Brilliant Price

Excellent series. Nicely presented in this collection, and fantastic price at time of purchase.

Millennium

A very well written show. Great price and delivery service.

You have to buy this

Love the Millennium - Season 1 - 3 [Box Set], it has all the episodes and it is amazing. Well worth the money.

Blast from the Past

This is one of the big TV hits from the end of the 19th century. We follow Frank Black as he assists police in finding mental serial killers. He is an ex-profiler with the FBI and is now assisting a mysterious group called "The Millennium Group" as crime grows worse the closer to the turn of the millennium they get. The series is rather graphic, but still excellent work. Underrated actor Lance Henriksen is at his very best in this excellent three-season series.

One of the most compelling and spellbinding artistic TV works

MillenniuM is the most chilling, frightening TV series that I have ever seen. I loved The X-Files but in my opinion, Chris Carter outdid himself with MillenniuM. Lance Henriksen's acting is the main reason why I love this series so much. Extraordinary in every respect, production values, locations and of course, the story. Lance's voice is amazing. When he profiles, it will have an extraordinary effect on you. You'll want him to talk forever and ever. This is a must-see and a must-buy. I just wish they would bring Frank Black back again to either big or small screen, I don't care. I just want this show back.

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