Season 2 DVD Going Down Under Posted January 14, 2010

Season 2 DVD Going Down Under

Warner Home Video is to release the second season of The Big Bang Theory on DVD in Australia on March 3rd. The DVD will also be released in New Zealand on March 10th. This is according to listings on EzyDVD.com.au and MightyApe.co.nz, who are both now taking pre-orders.

The Season 2 DVD was released in the U.S. last September and in the U.K. & Ireland in October. The DVD contains all 23 episodes of the show's second season, along with 2 featurettes and a gag reel.

Season 1 is to be released on DVD in France exclusively by FNAC.com. They will begin selling the DVD on March 3rd. DVDs from other Region 2 nations were available to France, but only included French subtitles - not audio track. The FNAC listing suggests this DVD will be dubbed.

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