BCI has just slipped us some early information on Day Break
, the 2006 ABC series staring Taye Diggs, Victoria Pratt, Mitch Pileggi and Adam Baldwin. The set features all 13 episodes, including 7 that weren't aired during the initial run. Episodes will be presented in Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1), with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio, and some pretty decent extras:
- Commentaries on all 13 episodes featuring: Stars Taye Diggs, Moon Bloodgood, Adam Baldwin, Victoria Pratt, Mitch Pileggi, Meta Golding, Ian Dale Anthony and Ramon Rodriguez, Creator/Writer/Producer Paul Zbyszewski, Showrunner/Writer/Producer Jeffrey Bell, Director/Producer Rob Bowman, Producer Matthew Gross, Writers/Producers Steven Maeda and Henry Alonso Myers, and Film Editor/Producer Marta Evry.
- Interviews with Cast and Crew
- Photo Gallery
- More (TBD)
Suggested retail price is $39.98, and the set will be available on March 11
Did you ever have a day so bad you couldn't wait to get past it? The kind of day nothing goes your way, and everything turns out wrong. What would happen if you couldn't put this day behind you...literally?
Today Detective Brett Hopper will be accused of shooting state attorney Alberto Garza. He will offer his rock solid alibi. He will realize he's been framed. And he will run. Then he will wake up and start the day over again. This time he'll do it differently - and will continue to - until he finds out who's framing him, gets his gang witness to court to testify, and until he saves the lives of his loved ones. Hopper has only one advantage in his favor - he remembers everything he did the "day prior" that didn't work. It's a painful way to learn because he also carries the bruises and battle scars from every mistake-filled day.
Taye Diggs (Private Practice) stars in an action-packed, thrilling re-imagining of the Groundhog Day concept from director Rob Bowman (The X-Files, Reign of Fire) and the writer of After the Sunset. Hopper must find the delicate balance between doing what's important and what's right to get through this killer day and move on to tomorrow.
The series was created by Paul Zbyszewski (After the Sunset), is executive produced by Matthew Gross, Jeffrey Bell (Alias, Angel, The X-Files) and Rob Bowman (The X-Files, Elektra). Zbyszewski also serves as co-executive producer. Day Break is from Touchstone Television.