Broadchurch : Special Edition
Sunday 20th October 2013
Following the huge success of the DVD release, Acorn Media is proud to release the Blu-ray Special Edition of Broadchurch, 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.
This enthralling eight-part drama written and created by Chris Chibnall (Law and Order UK, Doctor Who), explores what happens to a small community when it suddenly becomes the focus of a police investigation. It recently aired on ITV and it comes to DVD on 4th November 2013 courtesy of Acorn Media and features a fantastic ensemble cast including Andrew Buchan (Garrow's Law), Jodie Whittaker (Marchlands), Pauline Quirke (Emmerdale), Arthur Darvill (Doctor Who), Vicky McClure (This Is England '86) and Will Mellor (Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps).
It's the start of the tourist season in Broadchurch, Dorset and an 11-year old boy disappears. His mother, Beth, frantically searches for him while her best friend, Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman), a local police officer, arrives at work to discover that she's been passed over for the promotion she'd been expecting for an outsider with a reputation for failure, D.I. Alec Hardy (David Tennant).
When the young boy's body is found beneath the picturesque cliffs that dominate the town opposites collide. Both Miller and Hardy are determined to solve the mystery of Danny's murder, Ellie perhaps too sensitive to the people in her community; Alec as efficient as he is blunt. When news of the crime spreads through the town, a chain reaction begins which will put Broadchurch under a national spotlight, pulling the town, its residents and its secrets, apart.
- Broadchurch: Behind the Scenes
- Deleted Scenes
- Commentaries with Olivia Colman & David Tennant
- Cast Filmographies
- Picture Gallery
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.