Get ready to binge watch as one of the most absorbing British TV Dramas is released on DVD and Blu-Ray on 16th March 2015, the Season One & Two box set of Broadchurch.
Set in Dorset, Broachurch follows the terrible events that surround the disappearance and murder of Danny Latimer, a ten-year old boy whose body was found on the beach. We watch as the parents of young Danny, Mark Latimer played by Andrew Buchan (The Fades & The Fixer) and Beth, Jodie Whittaker (Marchlands, Attack The Block) find their world unravelling around them. Everyone they have ever known will be called into question and life slowly dissolves as they come to terms with the horrific murder of their little boy.
Heading up the investigation into Danny’s murder are Ellie Miller, played by Olivia Colman (Rev & Peep Show) and D.I. Alec Hardy, played by David Tennant (Dr Who). The pair work flat-out to uncover the events of that night and Ellie has a personal stake in this as her son was best friends with Danny.
Season one watched the investigation unfold and its climax took everyone by surprise, shocking a nation who watched on gripped to their TV sets. Season Two leads to more shock and a community that was starting to rebuild finds itself ripped apart at the seams one more.
The all star cast deliver powerful performances that will tug at your heart-strings and fill you with emotion, as revelation after revelation leaves you needing to know more. Tennant and Colman are joined by Charlotte Rampling, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, James D’Arcy, Meera Syal and Eve Myles.
Complete with bonus features that include:
- The Making of Broadchurch Part One
- The Making of Broadchurch Part Two
- The Latimers
- David Tennant and Olivia Colman Interview
- Andrew Buchan and Jodie Whittaker At The Latimer House
- Jodie Whittaker, Andrew Buchan, Eve Myles, Charlotte Rampling, Marianna Jean-Baptiste Interviews
- Interview with writer Chris Chibnall
- Interview with producer Richard Stokes
- Tennant & Colman Promos
- Deleted Scenes
- Picture Gallery
- Gracepoint Trailer
Released on 16th March 2015 courtesy of RLJ Entertainment Acorn Media, from just £24.99