More Warner TV DVD Sets Announced
To go along with last month’s announcement of four superhero DVD collections, Warner has also announced these two season sets:
Lucifer: The Complete Third Season will be out August 28 at a suggested price of $39.99 for the mass-market DVD edition. The Blu-ray will be available through Warner Archive. And unless something happens (fingers crossed!), this will be the final season, with the cliffhanger ending and two additional bonus episodes included, for a total of 26 on the set. Here’s the description:
As Season Two came to a close, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) took care of a little problem called Mom, aka Charlotte (Tricia Helfer). But now he’s facing an even greater challenge — finding out who kidnapped him, and why his angel wings are back. In addition, Tom Welling joins the cast as Marcus Pierce, an accomplished police lieutenant who is everything Lucifer is not — strategic, reserved, and well-respected. But perhaps even more annoying are all the things they have in common. Both men are charming, charismatic, and handsome as hell. So, when Pierce starts developing a connection with Chloe (Lauren German), Lucifer’s devilish traits are inflamed.
A few special features are included:
- the 2017 Comic-Con panel
- a featurette, “Lucifer Returns! Bringing the Hit Show to L.A.”
- “Off Script with Tom & Tom” — Actors Tom Ellis and Tom Welling interview one another on their roles and life on the set of Lucifer.
Gotham: The Complete Fourth Season will be released August 21 on both Blu-ray (with digital copy, suggested price $49.99) and in a DVD version ($44.98), each containing the season’s 22 episodes. It has been renewed for a fifth season, which will be its last.
Horror fills the streets as season four of Gotham witnesses the emergence of the criminal landscape for which Gotham City is best known while Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) begins the path to vigilantism, showing signs of the caped crusader to come. Gotham City Police Department Captain Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and Detective Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) remain at the forefront of the fight against the most depraved and unhinged villains from Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) to the Riddler (Cory Michael Smith) and numerous others in between. Detective Gordon also finds himself fighting personal demons like never before.
Special features include deleted scenes as well as
- The Best of DC TV’s Comic-Con Panels San Diego 2017
- Solomon Grundy: Born on a Monday
- The Sirens Take Gotham
I’m glad to see the commitment to the TV releases on DVD continue. But where’s the iZombie announcement?