'Weeds: Season Seven' Blu-ray and DVD Arrive February 21st

Mary Louise-Parker stars as drug-dealing mom Nancy Botwin in this hit Showtime drama series.
  • By TVweb  |  Jan 2, 2012
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Lionsgate has announced Weeds: Season Seven will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD February 21. The DVD set will be priced at $39.98 SRP and the Blu-ray will cost $39.99 SRP, with both sets containing all 13 episodes of the season. You can take a look at the cover art and special features details below.

Weeds: Season Seven Blu-ray artwork

Weeds: Season Seven DVD artwork

New York, New High! After serving three years in the clink, Nancy Botwin (Primetime Emmy and Golden Globe winner Mary-Louise Parker) aims to make a fresh start in a new city in an all-new season of Showtime's hit dark comedy, Weeds. Available on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, Weeds: Season Seven includes all 13 episodes of the latest season, which brings together the entire First Family of Felons including Justin Kirk (TV's Modern Family), Hunter Parrish (It's Complicated), Alexander Gould (Finding Nemo) and their loveable and misguided friend, Doug (Kevin Nealon, Just Go with It).

Picking up three years after Nancy takes the rap for murder, the Botwins are heading to New York - and Nancy to a halfway house. The new season, which premiered to nearly six million viewers in June 2011, features special guest stars Martin Short (TV's How I Met Your Mother) and the return of Jennifer Jason Leigh (Margot at the Wedding) as Nancy's sister.

Special Features:

  • Audio commentaries with cast and crew featuring creator Jenji Kohan, actors Justin Kirk, Kevin Nealon and Gary Anthony Williams, cinematographer Michael Trim and executive producers Roberto Benabib and Matthew Salsberg
  • "Uncle Andy's Tricks Of The Trade" mockumentary with Andy's wisdom and advice for fans
  • "Puff Puff Pass" Q&A with Jenji Kohan, Justin Kirk and Kevin Nealon
  • "Growing Up in the Weeds" featurette with Alexander Gould discussing how his character has grown and evolved over the series
  • Gag Reel
  • Deleted Scenes


Sources: Lionsgate

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