There's a reason that the "JAG" series was so popular. And that is because the drama that aired from 1995 to 2005 was not only thoroughly entertaining, but also portrayed the United States military in a positive light. As a result, the series earned the distinction as the only television program to ever have been endorsed by both the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps. Now the DVD collection of the series can be purchased from DVD-Mania at www.dvd-mania.com/Action/JAG_DVD_COLLECTION/.NBC made the mistake of cancelling the "JAG" TV series after one season. But the decision ultimately proved to beneficial for CBS as fans tuned in every week to watch "JAG" episodes when the rival network starting airing it for nine seasons beginning it in January 1997.
An acronym for Judge Advocate General, the "JAG" TV series focused on courtroom drama involving the United States military and many of the show's scenes were filmed on United States Naval ships. Its positive depiction of the military justice system won favor not only among
Civilians and attorneys, but also - and most importantly - military personnel.
But what really made the "JAG" TV series a quality program was a talented ensemble cast. The series starred David James Elliott as Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb. Joining Elliott were Patrick Labyorteaux as Lt. Bud Roberts, Catherine Bell as Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, and John M. Jackson as Admiral Albert Jethro "A.J." Chegwidden.
A cross between "Top Gun" and "A Few Good Men," the "JAG" TV series took viewers beyond standard military dramas. Audiences were shown an insider's look at the operations of the military justice system, along with enjoying the interaction of the show's main characters in one of television's greatest military dramas. Episodes frequently referenced real situations such as the Bosnian Conflict, terrorist attack on the USS Cole, and the devastation of the attacks against America on 9/11.
The DVD collection of the "JAG" TV series will also remind fans of why it was a hit that ranked in the top 20 of television programs for two seasons. In addition to its popularity among fans, the show was also a favorite with critics and was nominated for several Emmy Awards. Along with entertaining audiences, the program provided intelligent plots and portrayed the military in a positive light, which is why it won endorsement from the Navy and Marines.
The DVD contains all 227 "JAG" episodes from the show's ten seasons on 42 DVDs. Each episode is uncut, commercial free and unedited. Fans will also be delighted to know that the episodes feature excellent video and audio quality, are included in chronological order based on when they first aired on network television and that the DVDs come with custom artwork.
In addition, DVDs of the "Jag" TV series are region free, allowing them to be played on any
DVD player, DVD-Rom, X-Box or PS2 worldwide. And at a cost of $69.95, purchasing the collection from Planet DVD House is a savings over its retail price of $199.
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