VR.5

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    VR.5 excitement on tv

    By catmom, Aug 21, 2013

    This series kept you on your toes ,it was filled with excitement ,you never knew what to expect. Loved it!

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  • 8.1

    This Science fiction show featuring a woman techno-geek as the lead was ahead of its time, and thus was greatly underappreciated by just about everyone.

    By sistersun, Mar 17, 2007

    VR.5 was a dark and twisted show that featured Lori Singer, perhaps my least favorite actress in the world (so you know it's the story that got me) as the isolated, orphaned, computer-geek everywoman who accidentally discovers she has access to a whole virtual world and the subconscious minds of other people via her computers. In so doing, she begins to find out more about her suppressed past and discovers the now obligatory conspiracy which she begins to crusade against. The cast included Michael Easton as her best friend Duncan, sort of her anchor/life-line back to reality, and a pre-'Buffy' Anthony Stewart Head as Oliver Sampson, a very smarmy, enigmatic character who changes greatly over the course of the season. Look for it on DVD and watch it.moreless

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  • 10

    Wow what an show that was ahead of time..

    By sparkie_ac, Dec 09, 2006

    Ok I so loved this show that I named my daughter after the main charector. This show just rock, just as VR5 was ahead of it time and cutting edge so was the show. I am crushed that it never made it, and to leave us hanging was curel. Now in a time where we are almost all ditgal and VR5 would and probably is a reality I think this show would make an awsome come back if someone would take the chance and bring it back to TV. We had a great following back when it aired and I am sure it would be greater now. I loved ever bit of it, it was greatly written with twist and the cast and crew where top. Here is hoping and forever a fan!moreless

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  • 10

    Intriguing concept, great cast - of course it got cancelled!

    By Callisto4, Aug 13, 2006

    This one was of my favourites as a teenager, and would have to go down as one of the most tragic cancellations on TV considering the great cliff-hanger they ended the first (and what ended up being the last) series on. What happened to Syd? Would she ever get it together with Oliver? What conditioner did Duncan use on his hair? None of these questions were answered.



    However improbable the concept, it was still a neat idea, and the ongoing mystery of Syd's family kept me hooked til the bitter end. It also marked my introduction to Anthony Stewart-Head, who of course then went on to make the role of Giles on "Buffy" his own.moreless

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