Fox releases more television

New television sets are on the way from Twentieth Century Fox this autumn.

First up is the 8th and penultimate season of The X-Files. The eighth season marked a serious change of direction for the show with the addition of Agent Doggett and the search for the missing Fox Mulder. All of the episodes are presented in anamorphic widescreen and Dolby Surround 2.0. An audio commentary accompanies the episode Alone. International clips, deleted scenes from Sure Kill, Badlaa, Per Manum, Empedocles and Existence, The Truth About Season Eight featurette, more X-Files Profiles, twenty-one TV spots, special effects outtakes and DVD-ROM game are included on the set.

The set will street November 4th for $149.98
Coming one week later is King of the Hill: The Complete Second Season. Presented in fullscreen and Dolby Surround 2.0, the set will contain audio commentary on selected episodes, extended scenes, featurettes, a still gallery, two music videos and eight static pages.

The set arrives 11/11 for $49.95.

Finally, Dark Angel is completed with the release of the second and final season on DVD. Anamorphic widescreen and Dolby Digital 5.1 are both here. Extras include the featurettes “Designate This,” “The Berrisford Agenda,” “Hello Goodbye” and “Freak Nation”, deleted scenes, and a gag reel. Retail will be $59.95.

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