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Dark Angel - Season 2 (2000-2001)

Cast: Jessica Alba, Michael Weatherly, Jensen Ackles, more...
Director: Jeff Woolnough, Jeff Woolnough
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Studio: 20th Century Fox
Genre: Television, Sci-Fi TV, Science Fiction , Post-Apocalypse, Sci-Fi TV
Languages: English, Spanish, French
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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Synopses
Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 1 of 6) (2001)
Back for a second season (and moving to a new night and time slot), Dark Angel picks up where the season one cliffhanger left off. Recaptured by Manticore, the sinister organization which created her, genetically engineered Max Guevara (Jessica Alba) valiantly resists being reprogrammed as a Manticore warrior -- and also fends off efforts to mate her with fellow X-5 Alec (Jensen Ackles) for breeding purposes. At long last, Max escapes with the help of the doglike Joshua (Kevin Durand), an early "transhuman" experiment. As Joshua tries to track down clues to his origins (it has something to do with a "Sandman"), crusading cyberjounalist Logan (Michael Weatherly), who has grown extremely fond of Max, continues battling against the corrupt powers-that-be in futuristic Seattle -- all the while avoiding the vengeful minions of Manticore leader Madame X (Nana Visitor). Originally slated to air a week earlier, this episode was bumped back to September 28, 2001, due to ongoing network coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 2 of 6) (2000)
One of the few new Fox Network series of the 2000-2001 season to be tagged as a "sure winner," Dark Angel was produced, written, co-created, and co-directed by James Cameron, of Terminator and Titanic fame. Nineteen-year-old Jessica Alba shed her ingenuous Flipper image as Max Guevara, the creation of a diabolical futuristic laboratory that specialized in creating human prototypes for their own evil purposes. Escaping from the lab as a child, Max managed to survive into adulthood through a combination of drop-dead gorgeous looks, the cunning of a fox, the agility of a cat, and the strength of a superhuman. Managing to elude her mad-scientist pursuer, Lydecker (John Savage), by living in a squalid inner-city slum, Max is lured out of hiding by fearless cyberjournalist Logan Cale (Michael Weatherly), who convinces the heroine to join his fight against the oppressive post-apocalyptic status quo. Along the way, Max solicits the aid of her fellow lab subjects, some of whom have gone over to the other side. The supporting cast includes Alimi Ballard as Herbal Thought, Jennifer Blanc as Kendra, Richard Gunn as Sketchy, J.C. MacKenzie as Normal, and Valarie Rae Miller as Original Cindy. The weekly, 60-minute Dark Angel ran from October 3, 2000 through May 3, 2002. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 3 of 6) (2000)
One of the few new Fox Network series of the 2000-2001 season to be tagged as a "sure winner," Dark Angel was produced, written, co-created, and co-directed by James Cameron, of Terminator and Titanic fame. Nineteen-year-old Jessica Alba shed her ingenuous Flipper image as Max Guevara, the creation of a diabolical futuristic laboratory that specialized in creating human prototypes for their own evil purposes. Escaping from the lab as a child, Max managed to survive into adulthood through a combination of drop-dead gorgeous looks, the cunning of a fox, the agility of a cat, and the strength of a superhuman. Managing to elude her mad-scientist pursuer, Lydecker (John Savage), by living in a squalid inner-city slum, Max is lured out of hiding by fearless cyberjournalist Logan Cale (Michael Weatherly), who convinces the heroine to join his fight against the oppressive post-apocalyptic status quo. Along the way, Max solicits the aid of her fellow lab subjects, some of whom have gone over to the other side. The supporting cast includes Alimi Ballard as Herbal Thought, Jennifer Blanc as Kendra, Richard Gunn as Sketchy, J.C. MacKenzie as Normal, and Valarie Rae Miller as Original Cindy. The weekly, 60-minute Dark Angel ran from October 3, 2000 through May 3, 2002. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 4 of 6) (2000)
One of the few new Fox Network series of the 2000-2001 season to be tagged as a "sure winner," Dark Angel was produced, written, co-created, and co-directed by James Cameron, of Terminator and Titanic fame. Nineteen-year-old Jessica Alba shed her ingenuous Flipper image as Max Guevara, the creation of a diabolical futuristic laboratory that specialized in creating human prototypes for their own evil purposes. Escaping from the lab as a child, Max managed to survive into adulthood through a combination of drop-dead gorgeous looks, the cunning of a fox, the agility of a cat, and the strength of a superhuman. Managing to elude her mad-scientist pursuer, Lydecker (John Savage), by living in a squalid inner-city slum, Max is lured out of hiding by fearless cyberjournalist Logan Cale (Michael Weatherly), who convinces the heroine to join his fight against the oppressive post-apocalyptic status quo. Along the way, Max solicits the aid of her fellow lab subjects, some of whom have gone over to the other side. The supporting cast includes Alimi Ballard as Herbal Thought, Jennifer Blanc as Kendra, Richard Gunn as Sketchy, J.C. MacKenzie as Normal, and Valarie Rae Miller as Original Cindy. The weekly, 60-minute Dark Angel ran from October 3, 2000 through May 3, 2002. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 5 of 6) (2000)
One of the few new Fox Network series of the 2000-2001 season to be tagged as a "sure winner," Dark Angel was produced, written, co-created, and co-directed by James Cameron, of Terminator and Titanic fame. Nineteen-year-old Jessica Alba shed her ingenuous Flipper image as Max Guevara, the creation of a diabolical futuristic laboratory that specialized in creating human prototypes for their own evil purposes. Escaping from the lab as a child, Max managed to survive into adulthood through a combination of drop-dead gorgeous looks, the cunning of a fox, the agility of a cat, and the strength of a superhuman. Managing to elude her mad-scientist pursuer, Lydecker (John Savage), by living in a squalid inner-city slum, Max is lured out of hiding by fearless cyberjournalist Logan Cale (Michael Weatherly), who convinces the heroine to join his fight against the oppressive post-apocalyptic status quo. Along the way, Max solicits the aid of her fellow lab subjects, some of whom have gone over to the other side. The supporting cast includes Alimi Ballard as Herbal Thought, Jennifer Blanc as Kendra, Richard Gunn as Sketchy, J.C. MacKenzie as Normal, and Valarie Rae Miller as Original Cindy. The weekly, 60-minute Dark Angel ran from October 3, 2000 through May 3, 2002. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 6 of 6) (2000)
One of the few new Fox Network series of the 2000-2001 season to be tagged as a "sure winner," Dark Angel was produced, written, co-created, and co-directed by James Cameron, of Terminator and Titanic fame. Nineteen-year-old Jessica Alba shed her ingenuous Flipper image as Max Guevara, the creation of a diabolical futuristic laboratory that specialized in creating human prototypes for their own evil purposes. Escaping from the lab as a child, Max managed to survive into adulthood through a combination of drop-dead gorgeous looks, the cunning of a fox, the agility of a cat, and the strength of a superhuman. Managing to elude her mad-scientist pursuer, Lydecker (John Savage), by living in a squalid inner-city slum, Max is lured out of hiding by fearless cyberjournalist Logan Cale (Michael Weatherly), who convinces the heroine to join his fight against the oppressive post-apocalyptic status quo. Along the way, Max solicits the aid of her fellow lab subjects, some of whom have gone over to the other side. The supporting cast includes Alimi Ballard as Herbal Thought, Jennifer Blanc as Kendra, Richard Gunn as Sketchy, J.C. MacKenzie as Normal, and Valarie Rae Miller as Original Cindy. The weekly, 60-minute Dark Angel ran from October 3, 2000 through May 3, 2002. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Contains Episode 1-3.


GreenCine Member Ratings

Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 1 of 6) (2001)
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Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 2 of 6) (2000)
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Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 3 of 6) (2000)
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Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 4 of 6) (2000)
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Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 5 of 6) (2000)
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Dark Angel - Season 2 (Disc 6 of 6) (2000)
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