Commander in Chief : Series One
Wednesday 7th February 2007
Oscar® winner Geena Davis- who scooped the Best Actress gong at the Golden Globes for her gripping performance as first US president MacKenzie Allen - heads an all star line up, including Donald Sutherland, in the series dubbed by critics as the 'female West Wing' when Commander in Chief : Series One comes to DVD on January 29th 2007 from Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
Currently being showcased on More 4 - The Best of the U.S, alongside hard-hitting drama NYPD Blue and comedy, Curb Your Enthusiasm, the first series of the hit US drama is an undiscovered TV gem. Along with a Best Actress gong for Davies and a nomination for Best Television Series, it also picked up a People's Choice Nomination for Favourite New TV Drama. All in all it's a must-own addition to any DVD collection.
Tensions explode between MacKenzie and her nemesis, Speaker of the House Nathan Templeton, played by Emmy® award winner Sutherland, who feels cheated out of the presidency role. As MacKenzie struggles to assert herself in the White House, she must also raise a family, fulfilling the duties of wife, mother and president. While she goes where no woman has gone before, her husband Rod struggles with the pressures of being 'First Gentleman' and her three children learn to deal with their mother's new role as leader of the Free World. It's a tale of a powerful woman in a man's world. But can MacKenzie really have it all?
Packed with exclusive bonus material including A Meeting With Madam President - a tell-all interview with Geena Davis- director commentaries, deleted scenes and much more - it is set to be the first must-have collection of 2007. Experience all 18 addictive episodes of this hit drama when it launches onto DVD this January.
- A Meeting with Madam President - One on One Interview with Geena Davis in the Oval Office
- Deleted Scenes
- Selected Scenes Commentary
- Gag Reel
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.