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  • Actors: Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Aidan Quinn, Jon Michael Hill, Ato Essandoh
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: To be announced
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Aug. 2014
  • Run Time: 990 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00KACZ5C6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 558 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 24 episodes from the second season of the American-made reimagining of the classic detective novels by Arthur Conan Doyle starring Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu as his companion Dr. Watson. In this season, the pair travel to London to solve a long-standing mystery and Sherlock's future with the NYPD comes under question. The episodes are: 'Step Nine', 'Solve for X', 'We Are Everyone', 'Poison Pen', 'Ancient History', 'An Unnatural Arrangement', 'The Marchioness', 'Blood Is Thicker', 'On the Line', 'Tremors', 'Internal Audit', 'The Diabolical Kind', 'All in the Family', 'Dead Clade Walking', 'Corpse De Ballet', 'The One Percent Solution', 'Ears To You', 'The Hound of the Cancer Cells', 'The Many Mouths of Andrew Colville', 'No Lack of Void', 'The Man With the Twisted Lip', 'Paint It Black', 'Art in the Blood' and 'The Grand Experiment'.

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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Liberty Smith on 30 May 2014
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This second season did not disappoint; full of exciting and intriguing plotlines and cases. There wasn't a moment where I wasn't completely hooked and glued to the screen! Jonny Lee Miller is the perfect Sherlock, and Lucy Liu is outstanding as Joan Watson. Both characters are written and acted to the highest possible standard - making this my favourite Holmes adaption. Other notable actors include Aidan Quinn as Gregson, Jon Michael Hill as Bell, Natalie Dormer as "The Woman", Candis Cayne as Miss Hudson, Rhys Ifans as Mycroft, Sean Pertwee as Lestrade, to name a few! Beautifully shot, and fantastically written. I can't recommend this show enough!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hamish Adam on 18 Dec. 2014
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How on earth do the Americans do it? This is unquestionably a better and more accurate interpretation of the spirit, if not the letter (London/New York, Watson male/female), of Conan Doyle’s works. Watching ‘Elementary’ feels like turning the pages of a Sherlock Holmes story for the very first time.

Perhaps it’s this. Holmes, as originally written, is a complete outsider. He is almost an immigrant in his own native London. Likewise, Johnny Lee Miller’s Holmes. Aside from the obvious borderline Asperger’s difference, ‘Elementary’s’ Holmes is not only an addict immigrated into the clean and sober world of New York, but he is also a newly arrived Brit in America.

It is his divorce from the rest of humanity that enables him to see it so clearly and objectively. The Brit recovering addict re-emerging, blinking into a sunlit United States so accurately reflects the apartness that Conan Doyle gave him in the original texts. Johnny Lee Miller nails it. Season 2 is surprisingly better than Season 1. Always a good sign of more great seasons to come.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daria-Maret Geller on 29 Sept. 2014
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Loved Season 1 already. But Season 2 really got me. Very elaborate and beautifully written dialogues. This Series shows that you don't need action sequences or shootouts to be riveting. What I love most is the focus on detail and the authenticity of the characters. In my opininion this is the first time that a highly gifted person is portrayed correctly with all positive and negative traits. I even based a talk on how to identify gifted people on "Elementary".
And when I realised in the middle of Season 2 that Sherlock is suffering from an Anxiety Disorder I had to watch Season 1 again finding more and more clues I didn't see before and when you listen closely to some throwaway-lines you can even deduce that his father is responsible for that, leaving Sherlock with a complex childhood trauma. I know that you can watch "Elementary" as a "normal" crime series, but this "extra" is the reason why I love it so much.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By wooderson73 on 16 Nov. 2014
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as a brit I have to hand it to the americans. I found the bbc's 'Sherlock' slightly too full of itself, unlike 'elementary'. the 4 main leads are great and perfectly cast, and the guest stars are equally as good, especially rhys ifans and sean pertwee. as an actor I imagine it's good fun to be a part of the production. it will have its detractors for sure, but I, for one, am not one of them..
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By dontaskpcandy on 13 July 2014
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Solid entertainment with grit, character development arcs and the city of New York as a background.
More than just an urban procedural, there are nods towards all previous modern versions of Holmes/Watson put there by the sneaky smart ingenious writers. With a true to reality mix of characters and actors and a true partnership in the spirit of the original written tales this just works. And works. And makes you laugh too.
Not suitable for lovers of that TV genre where supermodel actors discuss how much in danger they feel whilst standing in arty lit corner offices with big windows. Engage your brain safely here. Share and discuss with friends but maybe count the discs before they leave...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hebe on 9 Sept. 2014
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This season is even better than season 1 (which itself was fantastic). The plots are elaborately designed and extremely clever. The season finale is not just "tying up loose ends" (which to some extent was the case with season 1) but an intelligent, interesting plot with twists and surprises until the very end.

(The only thing to complain about, is that in a couple of episiodes it's actually quite easy at an early stage to guess who is the guilty one -- just by that person's awkward body language or some other "tell".)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By RIJU GANGULY on 26 Oct. 2014
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This series has truly been a surprise package. While I had been pleasantly surprised by the first season due to its deft handling of the reinvented Holmes-Watson chemistry, and the stunning nature of Moriarty, this season stands out due to its humane touches. Yes, we veer further away from the canon. Yes, the futile attempts to sex-up Watson during the majority of the episodes appear pathetic. But, we also get to see one of the best procedurals, with all the twists and turns that affect the lives of those who try to keep others safe. Recommended.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. J. Todman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 25 Jun. 2014
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This second season builds on everything that was good about the first. At the heart of the series is the perfectly drawn, ever developing, work-spouse relationship between Holmes and Watson, even living under the same roof and sharing everything except a bed. It is a strength of the show that Lucy Liu's Watson is Holmes' intellectual match rather than just a foil for his brilliance. The episodes are mostly stand alone investigations, while the meta-narrative focuses on the duo's relationship with Mycroft Holmes rather than Mortiarty. Personally I preferred that aspect of season 1 but over all this was a thoroughly entertaining series and sets up an intriguing premise for the third one. The game is certainly afoot.
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