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Early Edition: Season 1 DVD

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  • Additional Details
  • Format: DVD
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 6
  • Run Time: 1031 Minutes
  • Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: June 24, 2008
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo [CC]
  • Cast: Shanesia Davis, Fisher Stevens, Kyle Chandler
  • Genre: TV Series
  • Color: Color
  • Release Date: 1996
Enjoy Early Edition Season 1 for a bit of surrealism mixed in with your morning paper. Subscribers of Early Edition more than enjoy theirs; they come to depend on the paper to dictate how they'll deal with the day. Early Edition brings you commodity trader Gary Hobson turned “editor-of-sorts,” who has an amazing inside track on tomorrow's news.

Early Edition Season 1 DVDs bring you a look into the future in this hour-long drama about Chicago native Gary Hobson who becomes a reluctant hero when his morning newspaper reports tomorrow's headlines. Commodities trader Gary Hobson (Kyle Chandler) is losing his job, his home and his brilliant attorney wife. He thinks he may even be losing his mind when tomorrow's newspaper mysteriously arrives today, giving him a disconcerting glimpse into the future in Early Edition Season 1. What will he do with tomorrow's news?

While his best friend Chuck (Fisher Stevens) sees the newspaper as a ticket to personal gain, co-worker Marissa (Shanesia Davis) convinces Gary that the "early edition" should be used to better people's lives. So each day, Gary struggles to make sense of a world turned upside down by the changing course of events that comes from reading the "early edition."

Actors: Kyle Chandler
Format: Box set, Color, DVD-video, Full Screen, NTSC
Language: English
Number of discs: 6
Run Time: 1031 minutes
DVD Release Date: June 24, 2008

Buy Early Edition Season 1, and you might start fantasizing about what your personal world would be like if you knew tomorrow's news today and could act on it.

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