[rant]DS9 Comes to DVD in February[/rant]
|Star Trek fans wondering what to do with life once all seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation on DVD have been released come December can take heart: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on DVD is following right behind. |
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced that the entire series of DS9, plus a Gamma Quadrant's worth of special extras, will be issued on DVD in 2003 with Season One due on February 25th.
Season One of DS9 on DVD will come in a six-disc collector's box set containing, naturally, all of the Season One episodes, along with new, never before seen featurettes. New seasons of DS9 will be available every other month.
The DS9 DVD's feature newly remixed Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround and exclusive retrospective featurettes. Fans who pick up the TNG Seasons Six and Seven will be able to get a peek at the upcoming DS9 DVD's, as special trailers have been added to the TNG sets.
The DS9 DVD Contents are as follows:
Disc 1: "Emissary," "Past Prologue," "A Man Alone"
Disc 2: "Babel," "Captive Pursuit," "Q-Less," "Dax"
Disc 3: "The Passenger," "Move Along Home," "The Nagus," "Vortex"
Disc 4: "Battle Lines," "The Storyteller," "Progress," "If Wishes Were Horses"
Disc 5: "The Forsaken," "Dramatis Personae," "Duet," "In the Hands of the Prophets"
Disc 6: Special Features, including the feature Deep Space Nine: A Bold Beginning, Crew Dossier: Kira Nerys, Michael Westmore's Aliens: Season One, Secrets of Quark's Bar, Alien Artifacts: Season One, Deep Space Nine Sketchbook, Deep Space Nine Chronicles, Section 31 Hidden Files and a Photo Gallery.
So DS9 fans should take January to clear off more shelf space, because on February 25, the wormhole opens.