Da Vinci's Demons Season 1 Blu-ray And DVD Will Hit Shelves In September
Starzís new series, Da Vinciís Demons, is a hodgepodge of truth and retellings related to the life and times of Leondard Da Vinci. The series initially appeared on the subscription cable network back in April and wrapped up earlier this month with an action-packed closing episode that left plotlines wide open for a second season. If you loved the new period drama or simply donít have Starz and want to give it a shot, Starz and Anchor Bay Home Entertainment are putting together a Blu-ray and DVD set for Da Vinciís Demons: The Complete First Season, which will be available for purchase beginning on September 3.
As the Blu-ray and DVD trailer notes, Da Vinciís Demons is largely a show about 25-year-old Da Vinci and his seemingly endless talents across numerous mediums, including painting, sculpting, and inventing a variety of interesting devices that could be used in the city of Florence. The trailer also shows the trouble Da Vinci gets into during some romances, as well as his entangelements with politics in the area. Florence and the Vatican arenít getting along, and Da Vinci may be the key to his cityís salvation.
Starz was so taken with the original drama that the network has already signed on for a second season of the series. In fact, similar to Magic City, the network wasted little time renewing the drama, signing on for Season 2 after the ratings for the premiere episode were very high. The network is also showing confidence in its series by signing on several comic book scribes. According to Screen Rant, Jonathan Hickman and Matt Fraction will be penning episodes of the series during its next round at bat.
While the anticipation is already building for the new season, Starz and Anchor Bay have actually put together what seems to be pretty nice Blu-ray and DVD sets for Da Vinciís Demons: The Complete First Season. Numerous audio commentaries will be available, with writer, creator, executive producer, and director David S. Goyer and actors Tom Riley, Laura Haddock, Blake Ritson, David Schofield, and Tom Bateman hanging out to share some thoughts and memories from the episodes. Other bonus features include spotlights on Rileyís Da Vinci character and some basics, like deleted scenes. You can check out the full list of extras, below.
Da Vinciís Demons Blu-ray and DVD Bonus Features
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