I just wouldn’t have guessed it, but Legend of the Seeker has a huge amount of fans. Either that, or a small amount of very vocal ones. In any case, the show (which airs only in syndication) is still gathering fans, despite the fact that it was cancelled after its second season earlier this year. Outrage could be heard across the internet as the aforementioned fans headed up “Save Our Seeker” campaigns in order to revive the series based on Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truthnovels. While there has been no sign of progress on this front, fans of the fantasy series have perhaps their best chance of redemption coming up next Tuesday, when the second season hits DVD.
It’s not necessarily a common practice, but there have been several cancelled shows to have been revived by DVD sales (the now-beloved Family Guy springs to mind). If The Legend of the Seeker is going to make a triumphant return to viewers’ screens, it’s going to need massive DVD sales to show how much fan support is really behind the series.
The show, which stars Craig Horner and Bruce Spence, centers on a good versus evil battle after “a tear in the veil separating the world of the living from the underworld unleashes the most powerful forces the world has ever known.” While that sounds like a typical fantasy to an outsider, fans of the series are sure to argue that the series is anything but typical.
The season two set will feature five discs with all twenty-two episodes of the season, as well as “never-before-seen bonus features available only on DVD.” It retails for $31.99.
If you’d like to pre-order Legend of the Seeker: The Complete Second Season on DVD, you can do so here.
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