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Primeval 5 Seasons 2011

Season 5
4.7 out of 5 stars (160) IMDb 7.3/10

All six episodes from the fifth season of the dinosaur fantasy adventure series. In this series, the ARC team must race against time to save the public from vicious burrowing creatures, enormous underwater predators, a raptor on the rampage in Victorian London, a Tyrannosaurus Rex prowling the streets and a mass of ferocious future-beetles laying siege to the ARC Headquarters.

Starring:
Andrew Lee Potts, Hannah Spearritt

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1. Primeval - Episode 1

An underground creature brings chaos to the city, forcing the team to chase around the city to track down the movements of this vicious burrowing creature. When the creature strikes for the final time, the team find one of their own in mortal danger and fight to save their life.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 2011
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2. Primeval - Episode 2

When a nuclear submarine encounters an anomaly and Liopleurodon in the sea, the team is called aboard to help. They soon find themselves under attack once more, and get sucked back through an anomaly, with Liopleurodons damaging the outside of the sub. The team must not only capture the panicked Eustreptospondylus aboard, but fix the sub exterior in order to get home.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: 1 January 2011
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3. Primeval - Episode 3

Matt finds himself in Victorian London having followed a displaced raptor through an anomaly. Realizing it's to blame for several gruesome murders in the area, he tracks it down only to find Emily attempting to do exactly the same thing. Emily and Matt are forced through the anomaly with an angry raptor, where Emily is forced to make a tough decision about her future.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2011
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4. Primeval - Episode 4

Philip and Connor secretly open an anomaly within the ARC, only to be invaded by a mass of scurrying future-beetles, who force the ARC into lockdown. The team have just moments to save the day before the ARC and the beetle threat is destroyed when Philip threatens to incinerate the building.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 1 January 2011
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5. Primeval - Episode 5

With increasing numbers of anomalies running the ARC team ragged, Matt realizes his mission is coming to a climax, and determined to stop Philip, races to his machine. Meanwhile, the team are struggling to keep up with demand. When Philip escapes Connor's custody, the clock is ticking for them to stop him in his tracks.

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6. Primeval - Episode 6

The team is at a loss. Connor has disappeared through Philip's anomaly, and Matt thinks that his mission is over - Philip has won, and seemingly, nothing has gone wrong. Matt has a decision to make about what to do next and jumps through the anomaly to save Connor.

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Bonus: Primeval - Special

Get up to speed with this round up of the events from Primeval Season 4.

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Ok so I've just finished watching the last episode and I have to say it was incredible. Having been with Primeval since the very first episode, I, like many other fans can probably say that it is different to how it was then. This series not only bought closure to Primeval as a whole but also left it open for what (HOPEFULLY) will be a sixth series.
For those who were disappointed with series 4, then I suggest you check out what is probably the last series as it was a definite improvement over it, moving the plot forward and so forth.
The special feature(s) on this disk is similar to that on the fourth series DVD, so it should be quite interesting. I will be getting this the day it comes out and I hope everyone else, like me, has enjoyed 4 fun years of Primeval : )
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By Marcia TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Aug. 2011
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Series Five of Primeval is outstanding. This is a great series. It is easily the best of all five seasons of this science fiction series. Also this series is the best British science fiction series for many years.
The whole production is excellent. The production, the scripts, the acting, the sets and the special effects are all first class.
This series five makes up for the weaker series one and two in so much as it brings all of the elements to a seemingly climactic ending. It makes the whole story from series one to five seem worthwhile. We get to understand all of the simplicity and un explained factors of series one and two through to the more developed series three to five.
Each series has improved on the last one because each has no ultimate conclusion. This series brings everything to a sort of conclusion. Any of the earlier series are incomplete without this one.

Each episode has its own uniqueness and theme except the final two episodes that are effectively a two part story.

This series five and the earlier series four are in fact a new beginning for Primeval. This series five is a continuation of series four. ( It is a bit like series four part two). And both series are distinctly different from the previous series one-three.

Priveval is a British Science Fiction series originally produced for ITV by Impossible Pictures. The first two seasons saw scientists investigate the appearance of temporal anomalies across Britain. Pre historic and future creatures came through the anomalies causing terrible havoc. Both seasons were successful in the UK and both did reasonably well in America when transmitted through BBC America.
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Though it's called series 5, this is series 4 part 2 of Primeval. You can tell from the story arc, and there are some giveaways in the 'making of' feature- the scripts refer to these episodes as, for example, "series 4 episode 9" instead of "series 5 episode 2". It was clearly filmed as one thirteen-part series, and then split into two 'series' between filming and broadcast.

This makes a difference to the series as a whole- rather than having its' own original developing plot, it picks up where the previous seven episodes left off and if you haven't seen series 4, series 5 will make very little sense. So only buy this if you've already got or seen series 4.

The episodes themselves are great. Moving the show's production to Ireland gave it a new lease of life and it ends up being a very polished, confident drama. The special effects are mostly excellent and the acting is strong. It's a bit more predictable than something like "Doctor Who" but it's still good all-round family entertainment sci-fi.

The 'extras' (or rather, 'extra'- singular) is disappointing, as it's really the leftover bits from the 'making the new primeval' documentary that appeared on the series 4 disc, which feels like it's more aimed at trying to persuade new audiences to watch the show, rather than giving existing fans any real behind-the-scenes interest. Some more in-depth extras featuring longer interviews with the cast, or the writers, would've been very welcome.

As I write this the latest news is that "Primeval: New World" will be the next time we'll see Primeval on TV. It'll be American-made, feature a mostly or completely new cast, it'll "start fresh" plot-wise, and they haven't started filming it yet so it won't be on TV for quite a while. So while you're waiting, enjoy these last six episodes of the original Primeval.
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From Series One until this one - this hugely entertaining British Sci-Fi TV series was underrated and misjudged. Shame. This amazing slice of British Sci-Fi did not stand a chance at peak-time telly against multitudes of vacuous tacky simple-minded "reality tv shows" that has infected British telly nowadays...'Nuff Factual Truth Said.
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Well what a good ending !...or was it ?.....the final team were very strong and for me credit where it is due...cause prior this show has been all over the place, and it's good episodes get lost between many that are from the pick and mix of both acting and idea's.....it's main fault is it can't conclude an ending, and like a child it starts again when it should stop...my family disagree and love everything about it....I feel thank God it's over!
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