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Hunted

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Comparison:

  • UK TV (BBC One)
  • BBFC 15
Release: Nov 25, 2013 - Author: Eiskaltes Grab - Translator: DaxRider123 - external link: IMDB - more from this series
This is a comparison between the UK TV Version aired on BBC One and the BBFC 15 Blu-Ray released by Entertainment One.

The differences:

4 cuts = 16.5 seconds
4 alternate scenes = 1 second +TV Version

Sam Hunter is part of an international as well as private spy network. After someone attempted on her life she lost her unborn child. Ever since this incident, nothing is the same anymore. She is in the dark about who wanted to kill her and she can no longer trust anyone, not even her closest friends. She continues with her work and while she does it tries to find out who lured her into the trap and tried to kill her. The highest priority for her is not to attract any attention. She has to be attentive since anyone is a possible suspect.

“Hunted” is a drama series from the UK which was written and created by author Frank Spotnitz (Akte X, Millennium). It was produced last year and aired on the British channel BBC as well as the American channel Cinemax. So far, only the 8 episodes of the first series were aried. Since the series was less successful than expected and the budget had been quite high, BBC decided not to make a second season. However, Frank Spotnitz already announced that he would use a possible second season as a reboot in order to give the charater "Sam Hunter" more depth.

Almost all episodes had to be shortened for the British television, except for episode 5 and 8. Most of the time, sex scenes or scenes with nudity were cut. Every now and then, the scenes were replaced with more harmless alternate material. The BBFC 15 DVD/Blu-ray is completely uncut in this regard, however, here and there it misses out on (rather unnecessary) sequences that are 1-5 seconds long. Why these scenes were cut can not be said.
0 min
In the TV Version there's a flashback of the previous episode. In the Blu-Ray Version you instead see the Miramax logo.
TV Version: 44 sec
Blu-ray Version: 5 sec

14 min
When Sam and Aidan have sex, the shot from behind is slightly longer. The nex shot from the side was also trimmed down for the TV Version.
3 sec



14 min
A few seconds of the sex scene were cut out.
9 sec



14 min
Sam strokes Aidan's head.
2 sec



14 min
The beginning of this shot was slightly cut.
2.5 sec



21 min
Both versions show a different building from outside.
TV Version: 4 sec
Blu-ray Version: 3 sec

TV VersionBlu-ray Version



44 min
Alternate material during the scene with the stripper at the pole. On the Blu-Ray you can see her breasts,
No difference in time.

TV VersionBlu-Ray Version



45 min
Here you would see her breasts again - not so in the TV Version.
No difference in time.

TV VersionBlu-Ray Version



55 min
Again, both versions show a different buidling from outside.
No difference in time.

TV VersionBlu-ray Version



57 min
The TV Version includes a preview of the next episode.
33 sec
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