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Jamestown: Seasons 1 & 2

Jamestown: Seasons 1 & 2

The creators of Downton Abbey breathe dramatic life into the harrowing story of the New World’s first English colony. When a group of adventuresome Englishwomen disembark at Jamestown in 1619, they’re duty-bound to marry the men who paid for their passage. But they weren’t expecting this turbulent frontier world, roiling with passion, witchcraft, theft, smuggling, spies, greed, rivalries and angry natives. Will the arrival of a Colonial Governor bring peace and prosperity? Or make matters worse? You’ll be irresistibly drawn into all 16 episodes of the first two complete seasons.
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Jamestown 1619. On what feels like the edge of the world sits the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia. For 12 years, it has been populated only by men, but the settlement is shaken up when the first women, including Alice (Sophie Rundle), Verity (Niamh Walsh), and Jocelyn (Naomi Battrick), land in this breathtaking wilderness.
The settlement is on the brink of change summoned by the arrival of a new governor, Yeardley (Jason Flemyng), who brings a charter granting land to the earliest settlers in reward for their loyalty. These new laws cause power struggles not only within the town, but also with the native inhabitants, the Pamunkey, led by the influential Opechancanough (Raoul Trujillo). Always measured and respectful, he seeks ways to match the English like for like, while retaining honor for his people and their way of life.
While love triangles, bitter rivalries, and fierce competition cause conflict for the residents, ultimately they are bound together by their resolute will to survive and thrive in their new lives.
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Format: DVD
Genre: Drama
Run Time: 750 minutes
Number of Discs: 4
Region: Region 1
UPC Code : 841887038010
Actosr: Stuart Martin, Tony Pitts, Luke Roskell
Director: John Alexander
Producer: Sue De Beauvoir
Writer: Bill Gallagher
Number of Discs: 4 Discs