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Kings – The Complete Series

May 26, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

Product Description
Witness the riveting rule of a modern-day monarchy in Kings: The Complete Series, the compelling, thought-provoking drama starring Golden Globe® winner Ian McShane (Deadwood). King Silas Benjamin (McShane) rules the country of Gilboa with steely determination unmatched by any rival. During a tense battle with the neighboring nation of Gath, David Shepherd (Chris Egan, Eragon), an idealistic young soldier from the countryside, heroically crosses over dangerous enemy lines and rescues a critical prisoner-of-war – the King’s son. Now, the lives of David and the King will become powerfully intertwined as greed, war, romance, forbidden love and secret alliances threaten to tear apart the kingdom. Co-starring Al… More >>

Kings – The Complete Series


5 Responses to “Kings – The Complete Series”
  1. steve_o_tx says:

    i give it a 1 because much goes unanswered with the cancellation and i don’t believe it rewarding the studio for their shortsightedness.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Political and royal intrigue with Machiavellian maneuvering, tragic love story like a seed cast in unfertile soil stuggling to survive, magical belief-inspired storytelling. Ian McShane is riveting in the role of King Silas, with dialog both artful and poetic. I first discovered this series on HD television starting with episode 2 and really enjoyed it. From episodes 2 till the end, I give 4 stars. The first episode, which I had missed on television, I only give 2 stars. I don’t seem to see the beautiful colours that I saw on television reflected on the DVD.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. I’ll start by saying I didn’t buy this, but I did watch every episode as they broadcast. Although the show was great, if you buy it, you’ll be greatly disappointed to find, as many NBC series go, there was no ending to it. It is one that they left completely open for the next season but cut the show in the off season and left most of the questions of the show unanswered.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. shutterbug98 says:

    …$42 dollars for this DVD set is just TOO high!!! I own the “Book Of Daniel” (which I like slightly better than “Kings”) and I got THAT set from Amazon for $10. BOD has 3 fewer eps. than this DVD set, so I think a fair price might be $15-$17. Has Amazon or the video company who manufactured “Kings” heard that we are in a recession now? You’d THINK that they’d want to move some product…I’ll buy this, but I’ll have to wait until the price Amazon.Com is asking drops below $20 (or maybe I’ll go over to eBay to see what I can find).
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Kings is easily one of the best, smartest dramas on TV. But like other before it (Firefly), it just never found a big enough audience. Shame.

    The only reason I deducted one star is that there is no High Def Blu-ray Disc version. The show had some great cinematography, and deserves to be shown in HD.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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