“The Cleaner: The First Season” DVD

This is a reminder that “The Cleaner: The First Season” arrives on DVD on June 9, just in time for the premiere of “The Cleaner” second season on June 23, 2009. (Two weeks to re-watch 13 1-hour episodes… it must be doable :ponder: ;) )

According to a press release by CBS Home Entertainment, “The Cleaner: The First Season” is a four-disc DVD set with a total running time of 9 Hrs. and 49 Min, presented in Widescreen with English 5.1, Spanish Stereo and English, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. It includes cast and crew commentary on selected episodes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, etc. The DVD disc breakdowns are as follows:

Disc One:
1.    Pilot
2.    Rag Dolls
3.    Meet the Joneses
Special Features:

  • “The Mystery of William Banks”
  • International Promo
  • Original Broadcast Pilot – includes audio commentary by Robert Munic, Jonathan Prince & Benjamin Bratt (Only available with English audio)

Disc Two:
5.    Chaos Theory
Special Features:

  • Five Deleted Scenes

6.    Here Comes the Boom
Special Features:

  • Five Deleted Scenes
  • Audio commentary by Robert Munic, Jonathan Prince & Benjamin Bratt

7. To Catch A Fed
Special Features:

  • Music Excerpt – Sharon Little sings “Follow That Sound” from the Episode Chaos Theory

Disc Three:
7.    House of Pain
Special Features:

  • Three Deleted Scenes

8.    Let it Ride
9.    The Eleventh Hour
Special Features:

  • Music Excerpt – Karmina sings “Walk You Home” from the Episode House of Pain

Disc Four:
10.    Rebecca
11.    Back To One
12.    Five Little Words
Special Features:

  • Three Deleted Scenes

13.    Lie With Me
Special Features:

  • Three Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Cast and Crew Interviews
  • On Set with Esteban Powell


2 thoughts on ““The Cleaner: The First Season” DVD”

  1. 2 weeks to watch 13 hours of tv? No problemo! :lol:

    I’m looking forward to all the extra goodies, especially the on set with Esteban Powell. What a talent that guy is!

  2. I managed to watch The Lord of the Rings trilogy (I bought the box set when it came out, instead of buying the dvds of the 3 films separately) in a weekend, so I guess it wouldn’t be a problem for me to watch 13 hours of tv in 2 weeks. :lol:

    Honestly, I have to admit that the extra goodies are often the reason why I buy dvds of films or tv series I liked instead of renting them from video stores or borrowing them from my local library.

    Agreed on the talent of Esteban Powell. Hopefully, “The Cleaner” will be a springboard for him to a very successful acting career.

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