Terminator - The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Series 1-2 DVD pre order £41.93 the hut

Terminator - The Sarah Connor Chronicles - Series 1-2 DVD pre order £41.93 the hut

Found 3rd Sep 2009
Picking up where TERMINATOR 2 - JUDGEMENT DAY left off, THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES continues the epic battle of man against machine. Having successfully defeated one Terminator in the previous film, Sarah (Lena Headey, RIPLEY'S GAME) realises that the world is no longer a safe place for her or her teenage son John (Thomas Dekker, TV's HEROES). So she makes it their mission to bring down Skynet, the artificial intelligence system responsible for causing all this robo-mayhem. But how do you outmanoeuvre an ever-evolving technology that's hell-bent on wiping out the entire human race? With great difficulty, it turns out. Not only are they being hunted by a bunch of time-travelling, renegade cyborgs, but they're also on the run from the law. Salvation comes in the form of a human-friendly Terminator named Cameron (Summer Glau, SERENITY), who befriends John and serves as their protector. FBI Agent James Ellison, who is originally assigned to capture the Connors, ends up joining their resistance against Cyberdyne Corporation, the company behind Skynet. This release presents every episode from the second series of the sci-fi spinoff.


I have that image as a signed 10x8.

I really enjoyed this series, yet another that I got into which got cancelled!!

I thought they had agreed to a 3rd series - did I imagine that

Was a good series. I hope it wasnt cancelled.

Great series, well over priced in my opinion.

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ouch colder than a vary cold thing.

must be the fox exec's that did indeed cancel voting this cold. Just to be clear this is for both season 1 and season 2.

Good series, but cancelled so hard to say it's worth the time to watch in retrospect, and especially at this price.

Watched this for free on Virgin catch up TV

Great first series, but the middle of series two was appalling. Got interesting again at the end, but by that time it was too little too late
Would expect to pay less in a few months for this, but not voted either way

Quite expensive. It's only £47.93 on Blu-ray. Got mine pre-ordered when they had £5 off. I hope the direct-to-dvd movies that are rumoured happen.

Not only did they cancel it, the last few seconds of the last episode changed
everything. It was humdinger of a cliffhanger.
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