DVD SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Commentaries on 3 Key Episodes by Executive Producer Josh Friedman and Cast/Crew
  • Creating the Chronicles: 3-Part Look at the Series’ Production Process
  • Both the Broadcast Version and Extended Cut of Episode 7, The Demon Hand
  • Cast Audition Tapes
  • Terminated Scenes: Unaired Moments
  • Storyboard Animatic
  • Summer Glau Dance Rehearsal
  • Gag Reel


The mother of all destiny. Her son, the future leader of mankind. Their protector, a Terminator from the future. Together they must take back the future as Sarah Connor (300‘s Lena Headey) prepares her son to fight the war against machines determined to annihilate the human race. The clock is ticking. Can they stop Judgment Day?   

Disc 1:
Pilot
No one is ever safe, least of all Sarah Connor and her son, John. Tired of running from the machines, Sarah decides to stand and fight.
Gnothi Seauton
New future, new identity. Cromartie, the battered but relentless Terminator programmed to kill John Connor, resurfaces.
The Turk
He’s just a geek with a hobby. But is the computer chess program Andy Goode developed the beginning of the end?

Disc 2:
Heavy Metal
Cameron discovers a truck loaded with enough metal to build over 500 endoskeletons. Are more Terminators about to be created?
Queen’s Gambit
A chess contest has the potential to link the Turk and Skynet. Meanwhile, the missing Resistance Fighter appears.
Dungeons And Dragons
Derek’s consciousness shifts between his injured state in the present and the future he already knows to be true.

Disc 3:
The Demon Hand
Ellison digs into the history of Sarah Connor. Cameron sets out to find the Turk but discovers something else entirely.
Vick’s Chip
What does a T-888 really think? John attempts to hack into a Terminator’s memory chip in order to protect Cameron before it’s too late.
What He Beheld
Sarah and John’s true identities are discovered by a mysterious operative. Cromartie’s infiltration of the FBI has devastating consequences.

Actors:
  Lena Headey
  Summer Glau
  Richard T. Jones
  Thomas Dekker