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Heroes Season 1 Part 2 & Complete Season sets in December

Universal Pictures have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Heroes Season 1 Part 2 and Heroes: The Complete First Season on 10th December 2007. The addictive drama that has sparked a global phenomenon tells epic stories about ordinary people discovering they have extraordinary abilities. From freezing time and foreseeing the future, to being invisible and even indestructible, these unsuspecting Heroes unravel a plot riddled with conspiracy, murder, suspense and intrigue.

Heroes: The Complete First Season (£59.99 RRP) is a 7-disc set featuring all 23 episodes complete with 50 deleted scenes, the never-before-aired 71-minute premiere episode containing a never-seen-before character, behind the scenes features on the stunts, the score, the special effects and the artwork in the show.

For those who purchased the Heroes Season 1 Part 1 set then the release of Heroes Season 1 Part 2 (£34.99 RRP) will allow them to complete their collection. A 3-disc set, it contains the final 12 episodes, 16 deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes features on the stunts, the score, and the artwork in the show.

In terms of disc content there is no difference between buying the split and complete season box-sets.

Episodes are presented in 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen with English DD2.0 Stereo and DD5.1 Surround audio. Extras are broken down below…

Heroes: The Complete First Season

  • Audio Commentaries with cast and crew:
    • Chapter 12 “Godsend” with Jack Coleman, Leonard Roberts and Sendhil Ramamurthy
    • Chapter 13 “The Fix” with Greg Grunberg, Hayden Panettiere and Natalie Chaidez (Episode Writer and Co-Executive Producer)
    • Chapter 14 “Distractions” with Milo Ventimiglia, Zachary Quinto, Greg Grunberg, Jeannot Szwarc (Episode Director), Jack Coleman and Michael Green (Episode Wrtier and Co-Executive Producer)
    • Chapter 15 “Run!” with Greg Grunberg, Kevin Chamberlin, Adam Armus and Kay Foster (Episode Writers and Supervising Producers)
    • Chapter 16 “Unexpected” with Greg Beeman (Episode Director and Co-Executive Producer), Zachary Quinto, Sendhil Ramamruthy and Jeph Loes (Episode Writer and Co-Executive Producer)
    • Chapter 17 “Company Man” with Jack Coleman, Allan Arkush (Episode Director and Executive Producer) and Bryan Fuller (Co-Executive Producer and Episode Writer)
    • Chapter 18 “Parasite” with Allan Arkush (Executive Producer), Jimmy Jean-Louis and Christopher Zatta (Episode Writer)
    • Chapter 19 “0.79%” with Chuck Kim (Episode Writer), Andrew Chambliss (Asst. to Tim Kring) and Timm Keppler (Asst. to Dennish Hammer)
    • Chapter 20 “Five Years Gone” with Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Jack Coleman
    • Chapter 21 “The Hard Part” with James Kyson Lee, Noah Gray-Cabey and Ian Quinn (Stunt Coordinator)
    • Chapter 22 “Landslide” with Masi Oka, George Takei and Matthew John Armstrong
    • Chapter 23 “How To Stop An Exploding Man” with Tim Kring (Creator/Executive Producer and Episode Writer), Dennis Hammer (Executive Producer) and Allan Arkush (Executive Producer and Episode Director)
  • Unaired Pilot - The full 71-minute original, unaired, extended pilot episode. Edited by Tim Kring and containing audio commentary from the creator. It contains a character that never featured in the show.
  • The Making of Heroes - From concept to pop culture phenomenon, a behind-the-scenes look at the hottest new series on television
  • Special Effects - The secrets behind the eye-popping visuals that give the Heroes their amazing powers.
  • The Stunts - Stunt coordinator Ian Quinn offers an insight into the stunts in the show
  • The Score - Composers Lisa Coleman and Wendy Melvoin, and audio engineer Michael Perfitt offer an insight into the creation of the music used in the show
  • Profile of Tim Sale - A look at Tim Sale the artist behind the paintings in the show
  • 50 Deleted Scenes

Heroes Season 1 Part 2
  • Audio Commentaries with cast and crew:
    • Chapter 12 “Godsend” with Jack Coleman, Leonard Roberts and Sendhil Ramamurthy
    • Chapter 13 “The Fix” with Greg Grunberg, Hayden Panettiere and Natalie Chaidez (Episode Writer and Co-Executive Producer)
    • Chapter 14 “Distractions” with Milo Ventimiglia, Zachary Quinto, Greg Grunberg, Jeannot Szwarc (Episode Director), Jack Coleman and Michael Green (Episode Wrtier and Co-Executive Producer)
    • Chapter 15 “Run!” with Greg Grunberg, Kevin Chamberlin, Adam Armus and Kay Foster (Episode Writers and Supervising Producers)
    • Chapter 16 “Unexpected” with Greg Beeman (Episode Director and Co-Executive Producer), Zachary Quinto, Sendhil Ramamruthy and Jeph Loes (Episode Writer and Co-Executive Producer)
    • Chapter 17 “Company Man” with Jack Coleman, Allan Arkush (Episode Director and Executive Producer) and Bryan Fuller (Co-Executive Producer and Episode Writer)
    • Chapter 18 “Parasite” with Allan Arkush (Executive Producer), Jimmy Jean-Louis and Christopher Zatta (Episode Writer)
    • Chapter 19 “0.79%” with Chuck Kim (Episode Writer), Andrew Chambliss (Asst. to Tim Kring) and Timm Keppler (Asst. to Dennish Hammer)
    • Chapter 20 “Five Years Gone” with Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Jack Coleman
    • Chapter 21 “The Hard Part” with James Kyson Lee, Noah Gray-Cabey and Ian Quinn (Stunt Coordinator)
    • Chapter 22 “Landslide” with Masi Oka, George Takei and Matthew John Armstrong
    • Chapter 23 “How To Stop An Exploding Man” with Tim Kring (Creator/Executive Producer and Episode Writer), Dennis Hammer (Executive Producer) and Allan Arkush (Executive Producer and Episode Director)
  • The Stunts - Stunt coordinator Ian Quinn offers an insight into the stunts in the show (10:21mins)
  • The Score - Composers Lisa Coleman and Wendy Melvoin, and audio engineer Michael Perfitt offer an insight into the creation of the music used in the show (8:55mins)
  • Profile of Tim Sale - A look at Tim Sale the artist behind the paintings in the show (11:24mins)
  • 16 Deleted Scenes


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