"Thirtysomething" DVD Release

Great news for fans of Ken Olin (Christopher from Falcon Crest's season 5): His TV Show "Thirtysomething" comes to DVD on August 25, 2009.
The First Season Box Set is filled with Bonus Material and the episodes are restored from the original film print.
After being fired from Falcon Crest, Ken Olin landed the role of Michael Steadman on "Thirtysomething".

Product Description from amazon.com:
In 1987 we were introduced to a group of couples, of friends: 'thirtysomethings.' A dream cast of characters that from the very first episode resonated with a nation of people who knew these people all too well. Michael (Ken Olin, Brothers And Sisters) and Hope Steadman (Mel Harris), the suburban 'new-parent' poster children; Elliot (Timothy Busfield, The West Wing) and Nancy Weston (Patricia Wettig, Brothers And Sisters), a couple whose marriage is falling apart; Gary Shepard (Peter Horton, In Treatment), the perpetually 'twentysomething' thirtysomething; Melissa Steadman (Melanie Mayron), Michaels cousin and a struggling artist; and Ellyn Warren (Polly Draper), the driven but restless career-chaser.

thirtysomething channeled the consciousness of baby boomers into a running commentary on what it really meant to be on the cusp of success and failure, marriage and divorce, adulthood and parenthood. Every week the show blurred the lines between television and film, drama and comedy, hard reality and twisted imagination. Each episode of this truly groundbreaking series was its own unit yet somehow fed a larger, growing experience from week to week.

At last, the experience comes to DVD with 21 original episodes restored from the original film elements. Go behind the making of this landmark television series with all-new interviews, commentaries and conversations with the creators, cast and crew.

Bonus Features:

Featurettes With thirtysomething Creators, Cast and Crew

* From thirtysomething to Forever Making thirtysomething

* A Conversation Between Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick

* Couples & Friends

* Cultural Impact

* Commentaries by Creators, Cast and Crew

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