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Caprica Season 1.0 (R1) in October

Universal Studios Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Caprica Season 1.0 on 5th October 2010. The Battlestar Galactica saga continues with this look at where the real conflict between humans and the Cylons a vibrant world remarkably like our own: Caprica. Fifty-eight years before Battlestar takes off, two powerful families – the Graystones and the Adamas – find their destinies irrevocably intertwined after a devastating explosion. As both houses both struggle with the line where humanity ends and artificial intelligence – the Cylon race – begins, they’ll face off in a battlefield of corporate conspiracy, murder, sexual politics and family backbiting. From executive producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick comes this prequel starring Eric Stoltz and Esai Morales.

There is no Blu-ray Disc release planned.

A four-disc featuring the first 9 episodes of Season 1, the DVD release also features nine hours of extras, including 48 deleted scenes, commentaries, podcasts and both the unrated, extended and unaired pilot episode and the original televised version.

Features include:

  • Anamorphic Widescreen
  • English DD5.1 Surround
  • English SDH, French and Spanish subtitles
  • Season 1.5 Sneak Peek: An all-new sneak peek at upcoming episodes featuring Ronald D. Moore and the Caprica cast.
  • 13 Video Blogs: A look behind-the-scenes and from the set of “Caprica.”
  • Podcasts with co-creator/executive producer, Ronald D. Moore, executive producer David Eick, co-executive producer Jonas Pate and the “Caprica” cast and crew.
  • Reins of a Waterfall Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore
  • Gravedancing Commentary with Executive Producer Jane Espenson
  • Unrated & Extended Pilot Episode: with commentary from director Jeffrey Reiner, executive producer/writer Ronald D. Moore and executive producer David Eick.
  • Behind-the-Scenes
    • The Caprica Dynasty: Viewers will learn how “Caprica” came about and discover from the cast exactly what it was that appealed to them about the project and their experiences making it.
    • The Look of Caprica: With its unique take on futuristic style, “Caprica” redefines the Sci-Fi genre with a mix of film noir and classic 1940s fashion. Fans will discover the influences for this distinctive look and learn how it was achieved.
    • Creating a World: Visual Effects supervisor, Gary Hutzel and his team lift the lid on the virtual sets, CGI Cylons and matte backgrounds that makes up the futuristic world of “Caprica.”
  • 48 Deleted Scenes

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