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Broadchurch Blu-Ray Competition

The Phenomenon Continues…

BROADCHURCH

 Featuring Audio Commentaries,

Deleted Scenes and More

A Blu-ray Exclusive – 4 November 2013

BROADCHURCH BECAME a television phenomenon – a touchstone for finely crafted drama that has been used as a basis for comparison since it was first broadcast on ITV in the spring of 2013Critics raved and audiences followed.  “This is about as good as TV drama gets” said the Radio Times. “Powerful, thought-provoking television” said the Sunday Express.  “It’s exceptional… taut as a wire, deft as a knife” said the Daily Mail.

Following the huge success of the DVD release, Acorn Media is proud to release the Blu-ray Special Edition, featuring never before seen deleted scenes and exclusive audio commentaries with contributions from stars David Tennant & Olivia Colman, writer Chris Chibnall, director James Strong and producer Richard Stokes.

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