The first season of its 10-year reign introduces former flying ace Harmon "Harm" Rabb of the Navy's Judge Advocate General. Now an attorney, Harm investigates, prosecutes and defends military criminals in cases that often take him behind enemy lines... both in Washington and overseas.
JAG lawyer "Harm" Rabb (David James Elliott) gets a personal and professional boost when he's partnered with a beautiful, by-the-book marine, Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell). This classic duo, a fan favorite, will investigate crimes in the military for many seasons to come. And with Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) now anchoring the JAG office, budding lawyer Bud Roberts (Patrick Labyorteaux) will have to work even harder - just to stay out of the line of fire!
Commander "Harm" Rabb (David James Elliott) and Major "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) both find romance this season, but also suffer heartache. And while they might take on Cuban terrorists, they still manage to make it to the wedding between Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner)! Co-starring John M. Jackson as Admiral "A.J." Chegwidden, JAG digs deep to portray the human side of the military experience and show the bravery of those who give all for their country!
Their search for the truth takes the JAG team of lawyers around the world, but what happens at home this season rivals any investigation. Harm Robb (David James Elliott) considers leaving "Mac" (Catherine Bell) behind when his dream of becoming a pilot is realized, just as Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) welcomes a new attorney to the JAG team. But it's Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner) with the biggest news of all - the birth of their son! JAG is back and ready for action!
This season, Harm (David James Elliott) and Mac (Catherine Bell) are reunited when Harm leaves his flying career behind and returns to the Jag office ... and not a moment to soon, as cases aboard carriers, submarines, and even a hijacked plane demand their attention! And as Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) find romance, and Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner) adjust to parenthood, the whole gang travels to Australia.
When Judge Advocate General lawyer "Harm" Rabb (David James Elliott) travels to Russia, he receives shockingly news - he has a younger brother! Meanwhile, back in Washington "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) becomes engaged and plans her wedding, until Harm boldly makes a confession, forcing her to question her conclusion.
This season, Judge Advocate General lawyers "Harm" Rabb (David James Elliott) and "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) both find themselves single again, as they re-explore their relationship while on missions in the Indian Ocean and in post-9/11 Afghanistan. And as Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) welcomes new attorney Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) to the team, Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner) must adjust to Bud being deployed during a time of war, leading to a shocking season finale. Get ready - it's going to be another wild ride aboard JAG!
JAG is back with all 24 episodes from its Eighth Season - including a two-part murder case that launched the blockbuster series NCIS! This season, Judge Advocate General lawyers Commander Rabb (David James Elliott) and Lt. Colonel MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) travel to Paraguay, where Mac poses as the pregnant wife of a CIA agent. And as Admiral Chegwidden becomes engaged and Harriet announces that she's pregnant, Bud Roberts valiantly overcomes the odds and is reinstated to JAG after losing his leg in Afghanistan.
The action-adventure series JAG travels the globe for its Ninth Season - on DVD for the first time! This season, it's a mix of war stories and personal dilemmas as "Harm" Rabb (David James Elliott) resigns his posts and flies missions for the CIA. Meanwhile, beautiful "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) dates a familiar face, then faces off with a notorious terrorist. Plus, Bud Roberts (Patrick Labyorteaux) gets promoted, wife Harriet (Karri Turner) resigns to raise their kids, and Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) finds love with a jazz singer! But it's Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) who drops the biggest bombshell - a personal revelation that affects all their lives.
The hit military series JAG concludes its historic run with all 22 Season Ten episodes, on DVD for the first time! As the relationship between Harm (David James Elliott) and Mac (Catherine Bell) heats up, they make a startling announcement that shocks their friends. Meanwhile, Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) adjusts to life as a father of four, while Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) is named temporary Judge Advocate General – until Jennifer Coates (Zoe McLellan) announces the arrival of their new boss, a tough Marine who shakes up the entire office! The brave personnel of the Navy’s Judge Advocate General Corps have inspired audiences for years. Now they’re back in court and back in action one last time – for more drama, more romance, and more surprises. A fitting final tribute to JAG!
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