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Atlantis 3 Seasons 2013

Mythical creatures and legendary heroes come to life in this thrilling fantasy drama.

Starring:
Jack Donnelly, Mark Addy, Robert Emms

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1. The Earth Bull

Washed up on the shores of the lost city of Atlantis, Jason soon finds his life in danger.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: 28 September 2013
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2. A Girl by Any Other Name

Jason and the boys face a dangerous race against time to rescue an old man's daughter.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 5 October 2013
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3. A Boy of No Consequence

Jason's hasty actions have dire consequences as the trio is forced to compete in the sport of bull leaping.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 12 October 2013
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4. Twist of Fate

The boys stumble across an abandoned package, and are literally left holding the baby

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 19 October 2013
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5. White Lies

Ariadne calls on Jason to help her uncover the truth behind claims of a conspiracy

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 26 October 2013
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6. The Song of the Sirens

In a desperate attempt to win Medusa's heart, Hercules pays a visit to a powerful witch.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 2 November 2013
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7. The Rules of Engagement

A heartbroken Jason enters a brutal fighting match when he learns of Ariadne's betrothal.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 9 November 2013
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8. The Furies

Blood ties and past lies prove a fatal mix when Pythagoras's feisty brother joins the gang

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9. Pandora's Box

A ruthless merchant holds Medusa to ransom, and our heroes must venture to the Underworld.

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10. The Price of Hope

Desperate to find Medusa, the heroes become ensnared in the blood sport of the Scythians.

AGES-12-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 7 December 2013
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11. Hunger Pangs

A penniless and starving Jason makes a fatal error by eating sacrificial meat.

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12. Touched by the Gods - Part One

Jason has three days to pull off his pact with Circe. Time is running out to fulfil her wish.

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13. Touched by the Gods - Part Two

When Ariadne is accused of treason and is sentenced to death, Jason and his allies are tested.

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Science Fiction
Starring Jack Donnelly, Mark Addy, Robert Emms, Juliet Stevenson
Supporting actors Sarah Parish
Season year 2013
Network BBC Worldwide
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: DVD
I have loved every moment of this series. The characters have really grown on me since the first episode and I am going to miss it so much on a Saturday night. I can't wait to buy the box set when it becomes available and hope like mad a second series will be made. I love the Greek myth elements of the stories and the mystery that surrounds Jason. It has made me laugh, cry and gasp with excitement. I thought it was fantastic.

Although there were some areas that could be improved upon, I think this is a really solid start to a cracking series. You have to give programmes a chance to settle down and hit their stride. I am sure it will go from strength to strength, given the chance. Why people have to comment on their TV license fees being wasted, I don't know. There are a great many programmes that are made that I wouldn't want to sit and watch, but that's how it goes. The BBC make a variety of programmes that will suit all kinds of different tastes. I, for one, am glad that my money went on this offering. May many more series follow!
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By Jules TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 20 Jan. 2014
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A young man, Jason (Donnelly), is exploring the sea bed in a one man underwater mini-sub, in search of his missing father, when he get's into difficulty & sucked into some kind of bright light. The next moment, he awakes awash on a sandy beach in a place called, Atlantis. Where he soon makes friends & enemies, as he tries to find out more about his own past, while continuing the search for his father.

This fantasy BBC T.V show is consistently watchable , despite a few so, so episodes in the middle of the series, it's mixture of humor, Greek mythology, star crossed lovers & scheming power hungry royalty, makes it an entertaining show, albeit at times forgivably implausible for the sake of entertainment sake. Visually the Greek/Mediterranean setting which traverses from City to countryside, gives you that feeling of Atlantis being a large, beliveable, living & breathing place. The props, sets & costumes are all good quality, as are the special effects when called upon (okay it's not movie quality, but what do you expect). Along with the canny reuse of locations & some creaky sets, they achieve a lot.

Each week the show follows the exploits of three friends, who are always strapped for money & they're money making schemes usually backfire with entertaining results, they stick they're noses into things they shouldn't or trouble simply lands at they're door. Jack Donnelly (House of Anubis) is the dashing lead character (pictured center of the DVD cover). Whose role features a lot action scenes, which he excels at. Mark Addy (
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I've always loved Greek Mythology so this series appealed even before I watched it. I wish people would stop comparing it to Merlin. Yes, it has the same writers and I guess the humour is similar and yes it occupies the same slot on a Saturday, but really, if a drama about an axe murderer occupied the same Saturday slot, would that be compared to Merlin too? Atlantis has a slightly darker feel to it, and I really think the writers have skillfully taken several elements of Greek Myths to combine into an original story with all the classic feeling of a Greek myth: quests, heroes, tragedy, love etc. If I wasn't such a Greek Mythology nerd, I wouldn't have known which stories they'd pinched from, and if it gets kids reading the Greek myths, then hats off to it. I suppose if the Merlin comparisons have one thing right, it's that the cast doesn't quite jump out at the viewer the way the Merlin actors did. They really were an amazing set of actors, but the Atlantis cast are just finding their feet. Mark Addy stood out in particular and I really like the writers' take on the Herculese character. Jason is the true hero, of course and I for one enjoyed every second of his screen time. As with any series, be it book or TV show, the first series is always the foundation. Writers use it to experiment with and establish their formula and look back over it at the end to fine tune any mistakes. Atlantis is still finding its feet and some epesodes were better than others but it has plenty of strengths and some twists I never saw coming. In summary, it takes a bit of getting into but I believe it is a promising start and we can expect good things from the second series. I've never yet seen any TV series I loved from the first epesode, not even Merlin.
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I got rather hooked on this fantasy programme.

The important thing is not to get too hung up on historical accuracy and enjoy the interplay between the Jason, Hercules and Pythagoras and their adventures over the 14 episodes.

Those involving Jason's growing romance with Ariadne are very good and my personal favourite is Rules of Engagement.

Overall a good first series and really looking forward to season 2
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I've only watched the first four episodes but judging by these it's a winner. With a very large nod towards Greek mythology the script manages the right balance between action, humour and pathos. Well acted with lots of CGI to fill in the cityscapes of Atlantis the story moves along quite nicely with plot questions popping up along the way, presumably to be answered in future episodes. Just the right balance between drama and humour to make for good light viewing.
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