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Bonekickers - U.K. Show from the Creators of Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes Comes to DVD

Acorn Media digs up a 3-disc package late in January

Posted by David Lambert
    Digging into mysteries of the past! Past and present meet, with explosive results, in this British drama series called "a bit of Doctor Who fantasy, hints of a Da Vinci Code riddle, and even elements of CSI" (The Times, U.K.). Led by the fiery Dr. Gillian Magwilde (Julie Graham, At Home with the Braithwaites), an intrepid team of archaeologists finds mud, blood, and death-defying adventure when they start digging.

    Set in the beautiful ancient city of Bath, the series blends modern forensics with historical mysteries for exciting entertainment. The top-notch cast includes Hugh Bonneville (Notting Hill, Iris), Adrian Lester (Primary Colors, Hustle), Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Doctor Who), and Michael Maloney (The Forsyte Saga), with guest stars Eamonn Walker (Oz) and Burn Gorman (Torchwood). Contains violence and graphic scenes.
From the creators of the original U.K. version of Life on Mars, and its sequel/spin-off program Ashes to Ashes, comes the adventure show Bonekickers. Acorn Media, who released Life on Mars (U.K.) on DVD in North America, has announced that they will bring a 3-disc release of Bonekickers to the USA ($39.99 SRP) and Canada (CA$52.99 SRP) on January 26th.

The three disc collection will contain 6 episodes, running 344 minutes, plus extras in the form of Behind-the-Scenes Segments for each episode (107 minutes' worth). The main program will be presented in anamorphic widescreen video, with English Stereo sound and English subtitles as well. We've got a look at the front cover art for the box, too:

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