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(Mar. 29, 2011)
There have been impressive women throughout television history, but no one has fired up the imagination like Xena: Warrior Princess. Lucy Lawless returns to her iconic role in all 22 Season 2 episodes as the female fighter with the brawn, bravery and brashness to rid the world of some of the most massive mythological deviants ever seen. Joined by her faithful companion and trusted ally, Gabrielle (Renée O’Connor), Xena roams through this life and the next, searching for redemption from her ruthless past. And, in this gripping season, Xena has the chance to make peace with some of the most important people harmed by her former exploits… if she can stay alive. It’s a quest filled with unbelievable swordfighting, deadly giants, daring rescues and vengeful gods in the continuing adventures of this larger-than-life heroine.
(Apr. 20, 2010)
Make way for one of the fiercest and most dynamic woman warriors to ever grace the TV screen as all 24 Season One episodes of Xena: Warrior Princess come to DVD. Lucy Lawless is Xena: a smart, tough, and fearless fighter who travels the dangerous roads of Ancient Greece defending the innocent from the forces of darkness and seeking redemption for her cruel misdeeds of the past. Along for the adventures is her devoted friend Gabrielle (Renée O’Connor), a compassionate girl who hopes to be a warrior one day, and other legendary figures, including the formidable Hercules (guest star Kevin Sorbo). Combining impressive displays of mythology, fantasy, and martial arts, it’s an iconic show that set the bar for all female action heroes.
(Jul. 26, 2005)
In Sins of the Past she was reborn. In A Friend in Need she was laid to rest. What happened during the years in between is what creates a legend. And it took you, the fans, to create this box-set. You selected the episodes that best documented Xena and Gabrielle’s journeys, their adventures, and their friendship. You showed us what it meant to be Xena fans. So for you, we have developed this ultimate 10th Anniversary Xena Collection.
(Mar. 08, 2005)
This classic series-ending collection highlights the show’s mastery at mixing mythic gods and ghastly beasts. These wildly imaginative storylines are brought to vivid life through the dynamic performances of Lucy Lawless as the indomitable Xena and Renee O’Connor as her loveably irrepressible companion. For fans of the Warrior Princess, Xena’s sixth and final season is an unforgettable curtain call.
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(Apr. 29, 2003)
In a time of ancient gods, ruthless warriors, and capricious kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena, a mighty Warrior Princess forged in the heat of battle. Relive the power, the passion, and the wild adventure of international icon Lucy Lawless's first season as Xena, a season that swept up audiences the world over and completely redefined the role of the female action hero. Season 1 on DVD includes the 24 jaw-dropping episodes that changed the world.
Episodes: Sins of the Past, Chariots of War, Dreamworker, Cradle of Hope, The Path Not Taken, The Reckoning, The Titans, Prometheus, Death in Chains, Hooves and Harlots, The Black Wolf, Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts, Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards, A Fist Full of Dinars, Warrior...Princess, Mortal Beloved, The Royal Couple of Thieves, The Prodigal, Altered States, Ties That Bind, The Greater Good, Callisto, Death Mask, Is There a Doctor in the House?
(Mar. 26, 2002)
High emotion and plenty of butt-kicking saturate this finale of one of the best action series of all time. Hardcore nutball Xena fans have doubtless already seen this episode and will want to revisit it, but casual viewers may want to get up to speed with the Xenaverse before watching (or else they'll miss out on a few seasons' worth of emotional resonance). In their final adventure, Xena (Lucy Lawless) and Gabrielle (Renée O'Connor) travel to the Land of the Rising Sun to clear up a bit of Xena's dark past and defeat both personal and tangible demons. Their quest, packed with action sequences, of course focuses on Xena and Gabrielle's evolving relationship. Producer and series co-creator Rob Tapert directs, giving the show some eye-popping moments and a quick homage to his Evil Dead movies. The weighty finality of the show means that it's missing some of the series' trademark sense of humor, but some fun still sneaks in around the edges. Lawless and O'Connor give excellent performances, and Joseph LoDuca's music, as it should, sends us off. Whether or not you agree with the way the series ends, you'll want to own this one. --Ali Davis