Pushing Daisies - Complete Season 1 (2008)
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Studio:Warner Home Video
Rated:Suitable for 12 years and over
Date Added:2011-11-18
ASIN:B001D5HH6Q
UPC:7321905231959
Price:£39.99
Genre:Television
Release:2008-09-15
Picture Format:Anamorphic Widescreen
Aspect Ratio:1.78:1
Languages:English
Subtitles:English, Danish, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Swedish
Kausia:1
Selkämys:sininen
Kaudet nro:1
Summary: Ignore the fact that ITV, bizarrely, decided to meddle with its UK transmission of "Pushing Daisies" by lopping out an entire episode. Instead, consider giving this box set a chance, which brings together every episode--fully in tact!--of one of the most interesting new shows to come out of the States.
The concept behind "Pushing Daisies" is quite simple, but unsurprisingly, it doesn’t take long before it gets more complicated. It follows Ned, a young man who discovers he can bring the dead back to life for a short period of time. Inevitably, he starts using his gift on humans, solving crime as he goes along. Yet things get far more troubled when he then brings the love of his life back from beyond the grave.
In lesser hands, "Pushing Daisies" could so easily have gone wrong. But in the mits of Bryan Fuller, the man who previously gave us the terrific "Dead Like Me", it really does work. The concept gels exceptionally well--thanks also to a cast led by Lee Pace and Anna Friel--and it’s an unpredictable programme that you simply can’t help but enjoy. On the downside, this maiden series is just nine episodes long, and that’s a pity, but a promised second series--off the back of this first run--is a very welcome prospect. --"Jon Foster"