FlashForward: Coming to DVD in February

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Season one of FlashForward has a long way to go still.

(This would have been tragic news until the exciting, game-changing final episode of 2009. But we digress.)

However, the drama doesn't return with new episodes until March 4, an eternity in the world of television.

To help fans remember where the show left off, and to introduce the series to potential new viewers, FlashForward will actually release a DVD of the season's first 10 installments. Look for it in stores on February 23.

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This is a similar approach as taken by Glee.

That TV Fanatic favorite is off the air until April 13. But it will also release a partial season one DVD on December 29. Take note, belated Christmas gift shoppers.

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Glee on the other hand, just keeps getting better and better and better and better... you get the idea i would buy individual episodes if they released them - you kidding me! I'd buy individual scenes I actually think they should release a music video DVD with all their performances!
There are some i could just watch over and over (And I'm Telling You, Imagine, True Colors... just to name a few)


Im sorry, I wish i could say that this would be money well spent but so far I only enjoyed 3 episodes out of 10 and personally I'm not spending money on a series to watch 3 episodes and feel bad about the other 7 I had (and to some extent still have) high hopes for this show - and I'm in no way saying I wont tune in when it returns. BUT that being said I'm not particularly going to spend money on this show JUST YET. Should this season head into the direction I'm hoping for then I'll buy the 1st season (or series box set pending on if ot gets picked up or not) in the fall

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FlashForward Quotes

I didn't just lose consciousness; my consciousness went somewhere else.

Mark Benford

We've been saying people have been blacking out, but that wasn't my experience. More like a dream.

Mark Benford