Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Doctor Who - The Complete Seventh Series DVD & Bluray [North America]


Details have been announced for the North American release of Doctor Who - The Complete Seventh Series on DVD and Bluray. Including all 13 episodes from Series 7 and the 2011 and 2012 Christmas Specials (The Doctor, The Widow & the Wardrobe and The Snowmen respectively, the 6-disc boxset set hits the USA and Canada on Sept 24. Check out the extras below and click on the images for bigger versions:

• Behind the scenes featurettes for every episode of Series 7 plus The Snowmen   
• Interviews with Matt Smith and Jenna-Louse Coleman from BBC AMERICA’s The Nerdist
• All-new featurettes INFORARIUM, Clara and the TARDIS, and Rain Gods      
• Other featurettes including: The Making of the Gunslinger, Creating Clara, Last Days of the Ponds, and Pond Life*
• Doctor Who Specials: The Science of Doctor Who, Doctor Who in the US, The Companions, and Doctor Who at Comic Con      
• Prequels to episodes: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe, Asylum of the Daleks, The Snowmen (x3), The Bells of Saint John and The Name of the Doctor (x2)
• Audio commentaries for episodes: The Snowmen, Cold War, Hide, and The Crimson Horror

DOCTOR WHO:
THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SERIES 
is available from Sept 24, 2013
DVD $79.98 (US) or $99.90 (Canada)
Bluray $89.98 (US) or $109.50 (Canada) 

Read the details of the UK release of Doctor Who: The Complete Seventh Series boxset, with different cover art, extras and out in October, HERE.

* PLEASE NOTE: The Making of the Gunslinger and Pond Life aren't actually "featurettes" but that's what the press release states.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Rain Gods" having something to do with Neil Gaiman's unused cold open to the "The Doctor's Wife"?

Johnny77 said...

text says 6 discs and boxart has 5 discs. BBC Worldwide really aren't very competent atm!

Anonymous said...

No P.S.? The postscript to Amy and Rory's story (and Brian's)?

Very sad.

Mark said...

Well, at least all of the human mouths are open. Means they are doing something action-y.

Mathew Child said...

I'm glad they change their minds, but their excuse for the original plan was complete BS.
"It was already available as a stand alone item"
So were (and still are) Voyage of the Damned, The Next Doctor and A Christmas Carol and they still made it onto their respective Box Sets.
I'm a cynic and still see it as a (now) failed attempt to get more cash from UK fans.
Hopefully BBC-WW will now realise that we will not put up with anything and everything.
I had wondered if they were going to make us wait until there was a Season 7 "Ultra Edition" which would have included Christmas 2011, 2012, 50th & 2013.
It does now beg the question where will the 50th and Christmas 2013 go.
This time I would not be averse to the 50th Ep being standalone but then include the Christmas special on the Complete S8 Box