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Well, if you wanted the ULTIMATE Sherlock box series, your prayers have been answered. A combo Blu-Ray and DVD set of all three series of Sherlock is due to hit shelves on November 4th.
With over 800 minutes of footage plus bonus materials that include outtakes, a deleted scene, and new commentaries for the latest series, this deluxe edition will set you back $197. You can pre-order it here.
All New Bonus Materials Include:
- Never-before-seen Outtakes from Seasons Two and Three
– All New Commentary and an exclusive deleted scene from Season Three
– BBC Archive Interviews with Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Steven Moffat and Sue Vertue from the time of the initial Season One premiere (new to disc)
– “Unlocking Sherlock”: a 60-minute behind-the-scenes program for Season Three (new to disc)
– “Sherlock Uncovered”: three 25-minute behind-the-scenes featurettes, one for each episode of Season Three (new to disc)
Exclusive Collectibles Include:
- Limited edition collectible busts of Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman)
– Two limited edition collectible Art Cards
Thank you to BBC Worldwide for the information.
Update: A seperate Series 3 DVD with the above bonus material will also be made available in the UK. It can be pre-ordered here and is 13.99.
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