Witchblade, Season 2Closed Captioning
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At the end of season one, everyone Sara cared about was killed. The Witchblade had brought her the deepest misery she’d ever known. But the source of her agony also allowed her to rewrite the past and prevent the deadly fate. But, as in all things, there is a price to pay. As she continues to discover the supernatural power of the Witchblade and use it to combat real-world crime, she grapples with her mysterious past and the mystical gauntlet that chose her for its own. Realizing that she will never be able to rest so long as there are evil souls who will stop at nothing to possess the Witchblade, Sara assumes the responsibility to master its capacity for good in addition to fulfilling an ancient prophecy.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEmergence||New York Police Department detective Sara Pezzini (series star Yancy Butler) brandishes the Witchblade, an intelligent, symbiotic weapon of incredible power that has existed since prehistoric times. She has turned back time and resurrected her murdered partners, Danny Woo (series star Will Yun Lee) and rookie Jake McCartey (series star David Chokahi). But her nemesis, Ian Nottingham (series star Eric Etebari), continues to pursue the source of Sara's strength. Sara relies on young historian Gabriel Bowman (series star John Hensley) for help in understanding the Witchblade. Sara and Danny Woo are once again in pursuit of the elusive mobster Tommy Gallo (recurring guest star Conrad Dunn). As before, Gallo's henchman lures Sara into the museum where she first encounters the Witchblade, and it claims her as its chosen wielder. This time, however, things are different.||45:31||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoDestiny||Using the powers of the Witchblade, Sara finds where Danny is buried alive, barely in time to rescue him. Although Cristina (recurring guest star Marika Dominczyk) failed to defeat Sara, Irons remains determined to possess the Witchblade at any cost. Sara, Danny and rookie Jake investigate a bizarre homicide case involving a customs agent who was impaled by a strange, ancient weapon. Stalked by Irons' henchman, Nottingham, Sara suspects that Irons is responsible for the murder and confronts him. Later, Irons uses the weapon--known as the Longinus Lance--to cruelly murder associates he believes have double-crossed him. Meanwhile, Sara visits Gabriel, who deals in exotic artifacts and objects of power and operates a Web site called Talismaniac.com, in order to research the strange murder weapon. Gabriel informs Sara that the lance was supposedly used to ascertain Christ's death and is therefore extremely powerful and deadly.||45:32||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoAgape||When Sara and Danny investigate a death related to illegal drugs, a narcotics policeman, Dean, demands that they let him take the case. However, the partners convince Dean to let them work with him in return for Jake helping Dean with an undercover purchase. As the cops discover a deadly new drug that is linked to the fatalities, Dean betrays Jake and flees with narcotics and money. Sara and Danny save Jake and thwart Dean.||45:18||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoConsectatio||As Sara investigates the murder of a bank guard, she finds herself under attack when Ian Nottingham, still controlled by the spirit of his deceased boss, hires former platoon members from the Black Dragons, an elite branch of the military, to kill her. Peter Mensah guest stars as Moby.||44:57||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoStatic||Sara remains confused as to her destiny with the Witchblade and wants to get rid of it. Gabriel refuses to buy it, however, reminding Sara that the Witchblade chose her. He agrees to help her find a buyer, but a mysterious figure contacts Gabriel and informs him that the Witchblade cannot be obtained with money. Meanwhile, Sara and Jake investigate the murder of a promising rock star, which is followed by the suspicious death of the musician's girlfriend. Failing to make progress, Jake explores cases of suicide in the area and discovers that three women in addition to the girlfriend were patients of the same psychiatrist and killed themselves within a three-day period. Sara and Jake eventually learn that the doctor has a split personality and has been influencing her patients. After defeating the psychiatrist, who tries to chop off Sara's arm in order to possess the Witchblade herself, Sara finds peace with the symbiotic weapon.||45:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoNailed||Sara and Danny pursue a child molester, Dalack, who was released from jail because Danny failed to follow proper evidence collection procedure. Dalack vindictively kidnaps Danny's rebellious niece. With Nottingham's advice, Sara learns how to better understand the Witchblade. She helps Danny locate his niece and prevents Danny from angrily killing Dalack, persuading her partner to arrest Dalack and make sure he remains in jail where he belongs.||43:18||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoLagrimas||Sara experiences love at first sight when she meets a man who is perfect for her. But the affair goes awry when Irons returns from the grave with knowledge of the man's true identity. Sara is faced with an impossible dilemma: Can she kill the man she loves?"||44:31||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoHierophant||A killer known only as V tries to take over New York's organized crime syndicates, causing mayhem. But when the evidence gathered at the crime scenes includes the fingerprints of Sara's long-dead father, Sara must trust the Witchblade's powers to overcome her emotions and wage war with the greatest evil she has ever faced.||43:37||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoVeritas||When renegade covert operatives murder fellow agent William Ticknor (Dean Hagopian) because he refused to relinquish a film reel containing incriminating evidence against them, Sara becomes involved in an intricate deception and conspiracy that threaten the lives of both her and Gabriel. After Sara meets with her friend FBI agent Dick Arness (Patrick Garrow) to seek help with the case, Arness is mysteriously killed--and the FBI believes Sara is to blame. With Gabriel's help, Sara locates the hidden film, becoming the next target of the assassins. The spirit of a slain U.S. President appears to Sara in her dreams, offering her encouragement, guidance and a warning of dangers to come. Danny questions Jake's loyalty when Jake appears to ally himself with the FBI agents who want to arrest Sara. Meanwhile, Nottingham finds a photo album that reveals hints of Irons' secret past.||43:37||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoParabolic||Lupo (Oscar nominee Eric Roberts - "Runaway Train," "Star 80"), an international hate-clan leader, is accused of killing the parents of a young woman, Bola (Alexis Dziena), after she thwarts several of the group's murder attempts. Sara must enlist the power of the Witchblade to protect Bola and defeat Lupo.||43:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoPalindrome||Danny and Jake go undercover to investigate a deadly fight-club incident. Sara is drawn to one of the fight-club members, Conchobar (Kim De Lury), because he has a mysterious and emotionally overwhelming connection to her past.||45:32||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoUbique||Sara awakens from a nightmare to discover the Witchblade gone and New York City in chaos after a bizarre homicidal spree. When she finds that the killers recently accessed Cyberfaust.net, a Web site run by someone who knows about the Witchblade, Sara suspects Kenneth Irons. Risking her sanity, she peruses the site and becomes helpless due to Cyberfaust's spell. She is forced to battle against the Witchblade and its diabolical new wielder.||44:40||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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SD Show - Should be reduced in price
Overall, great acting and an interesting series based on the oroginal Witchblade story. Very 90s, but this just means lees on special effects. The filming is still more cinematic than many shows of teh era, and overall a show the whole fmaily can watch. How many modern shows fit the definition of "family" entertainment. No graphic violence, no gender-bending, just good fun.
This was a well done series ... in the day. However, there's never been an up-rez to 720 or 1080, and I think the price of the show should at least partially reflect the production value. This first season has been proced to 10.00 from time-to-time on iTune promos, but this should be the base price, IMO. For 10.00 per season, I'd be inclined to purchase. The show deserves to be watched, it was good. We'll see if Apple listens?