Army Wives: Season 1 DVD Now Available
Army Wives: Season 1 DVD Now Available
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
In case you haven’t heard, Army Wives: The Complete First Season DVD is now available in the market.  From Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, the three-disc DVD set includes all 13 original episodes of the first season and exclusive bonus features including an un-aired storyline, deleted scenes, outtakes, cast interviews and many more.

Executive produced by Katherine Fugate, who created the series based on Under the Sabers: The Unwritten Code of Army Wives, Army Wives is a drama series that revolves around four women and one man, who all share a common bond of loving someone enlisted in the United States army.  Away from their family and friends on a South Carolina military base, the five turn to each other for emotional support, companionship and advice, as their loved ones tackle the dangerous task of defending the country.

The show’s main ensemble includes Kim Delaney (NYPD Blue), Catherine Bell (JAG), Sally Pressman (Shark), Brigid Brannagh (Over There), Brian McNamara (The O.C.), Sterling K. Brown (Starved), Wendy Davis (Commander in Chief) and Drew Fuller (Charmed).

Army Wives premiered on Lifetime Television on June 3, 2007 and has become the most successful original series in the history of the Lifetime Television network.  Now, fans can relive last season’s infidelity, family drama, sizzling romance, ruthless rivalries, shocking rumors and heartbreaking deployments with the Army Wives: The Complete First Season DVD.

In addition to the season 1 episodes, the DVD set also includes a Q&A segment with the cast of Army Wives as they answer questions submitted by fans.  There are also bloopers, deleted scenes and storylines, commentaries from the executive producers, plus a feature about real army wives and their personal stories of life in the service.

Meanwhile, fans can also catch new episodes of the second season of Army Wives every Sunday at 10pm ET/PT on Lifetime.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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