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“Boss” Season 1 DVD Giveaway & “Misfits” Season 1 Review!

by Jim on August 10, 2012 · 0 comments

#BossTV @Boss_Starz  Just in time for the second season of the Starz series, Boss, starring Golden Globe Winner Kelsey Grammer, the first season is on DVD and I’ve got ten copies to give away to some lucky fans! Catch up on the first season before the new season of episodes starts up next Friday on Starz.

Mayor Tom Kane (Grammer) is King of Chicago, and he rules his domain with an iron fist. Deception, scandal, and betrayal go hand in hand with Kane’s form of politics. As long as he gets the job done, the people of Chicago look the other way. Despite being the most effective mayor in recent history, Kane is hiding a dark secret. A degenerative brain disorder is ripping everything away from him, and he can’t trust his memory, his closest allies, or even himself. (from Amazon.com listing)

Easy Enter:  Two ways to enter – Tweet the following on Twitter: I just entered to win the @Boss_Starz First Season DVD! Easy Enter at http://bit.ly/RFNqDn ! Thanks @JimHalterman! #BossTV.  Or, if you’re not on Twitter, you can email me at jim@jimhalterman.com and tell me what you’re looking forward to in Season 2 of Boss. Only enter via Twitter or email. Do not enter both ways (believe it or not, I do check!).

Rules: Deadline to enter is Wednesday, August 15th at midnight PST. One entry per person. US residents only.  Good Luck!!  (And if you don’t want to take your chances with the giveaway, get your copy of Boss Season One RIGHT HERE!

Season Two of Boss starts Friday, August 17th at 10/9c on STARZ!!



Comedy. Drama. Adventure. Sci-Fi. The first season release of the BBC’s Misfits has something for everybody.  The series focuses on a group of teen delinquents on community service when lightning literally strikes and the group (played by Lauren Socha, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Iwan Rheon, Antonia Thomas and Robert Sheehan) develop superpowers. Add a kick-ass soundtrack and performances by a relatively group of unknowns (at least in the States) and you have a terrific television find.

While this sounds like the show will venture into X-Men territory (which it does to a degree) there is also a humanity and poignancy to Misfits that will surprise you, leading you to not be surprised that the series won a BAFTA (British televisions equivalent of the Emmy) for Best Drama Series. Bravo!

The DVD comes with 6 episodes on two discs and is a must for every serious TV watcher. Enjoy Misfits!!

Order your own copy of Misfits Season One RIGHT HERE!




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