In the thrilling first season of “Prison Break,” structural engineer Michael Scofield achieved the impossible by breaking his wrongly accused brother out of prison. Now, free from incarceration but one step ahead of the law, the two fugitives face an even greater challenge in “Prison Break” Season Two. The DVD set has hit store shelved from Fox Home Entertainment with a suggested retail price of $59.98.
Ranked #1 in its time slot among the core male demographic, the “crazily addictive” (LA Daily News) drama series returns for even more “gripping, gut-wrenching” (Dallas Morning News) action, as it “evolves from an elaborate caper into a nail-biting manhunt” (TV Guide).
Featuring the same intense fusion of suspense, action and drama that initially made the series a runaway hit, “Prison Break” Season Two is cut loose from restrictions of its locked-down first season, making full use of the newfound freedom with inventive set-pieces and expansive plotlines.
Featuring the return of break-out heartthrobs Wentworth Miller (The Human Stain, Underworld) and Dominic Purcell (Blade: Trinity, Mission: Impossible 2), the second season adds Hollywood veteran William Fichtner (Armageddon, “Invasion”) to the ensemble cast as the determined FBI agent hot on their trail.
Featuring all 22 adrenaline-charged episodes on a six-disc collection, the “Prison Break” Season Two DVD set also includes extensive audio commentaries as well as exclusive bonus materials including all-new cast and crew interviews, “making-of” featurettes and more.
Over the wall and on the lam, the most-wanted men in America, Michael Scofield (Miller) and his brother Lincoln Burrows (Purcell), must lead a dangerous band of hardened fugitives on a desperate international flight, chasing millions of dollars, risking everything to expose a sinister government conspiracy, and fighting desperately to stay alive until the day they can stop running.
Wanted, hunted, betrayed, and double-crossed, the Fox River Eight are out of prison and on the run in the explosive and unpredictable second season of “Prison Break,” and this time, not everyone makes it out alive!
DVD Content / Special Features:
“Prison Break” Season Two episodes will be presented in widescreen with English 5.1 Dolby Digital audio with English, Spanish and French subtitles.
Following lists the individual content on each disc:
“Manhunt” – Commentary by Zack Estrin, Matt Olmstead, Nick Santora and Paul Scheuring
“Otis” – Commentary by Zack Estrin, Matt Olmstead, Paul Scheuring and Karyn Usher
“Map 1213” – Commentary by Seth Hoffman, Nick Santora, Paul Scheuring and Karyn Usher
“Deadfall” – Commentary by Zack Estrin, Matt Olmstead, Nick Santora and Karyn Usher
“Unearthed” – Commentary by William Fichtner, Kevin Hooks, Nick Santora and Paul Scheuring
“Rendezvouz” – Commentary by William Fichtner, Dwight Little, Amaury Nolasco and Karyn Usher
“The Killing Box”
“John Doe” – Commentary by William Fichtner, Reggie Lee, Matt Olmstead and Nick Santora
“The Message” – Commentary by Zack Estrin, Reggie Lee, Amaury Nolasco and Karyn Usher
“Sweet Caroline” – Commentary by Paul Adelstein, Fernando Arguelles, Kevin Hooks and Karyn Usher
“Panama” – Commentary by Paul Adelstein, Fernando Arguelles and Kevin Hooks
“Fin Del Camino”
“Sona” – Commentary by Paul Adelstein, Fernando Arguelles, Kevin Hooks and Matt Olmstead
Reinvention Of A Series featurette
Turning Dallas Into America featurette
Prison Break Theme – Ferry Corsten Breakout Mix featurette
Kill Clip Easter Egg