Law & Order - 'The 10th Year' Individual Season Set Announced: Date, Cost, More
Separate release from 'The Complete Series' is available at the end of February
Posted by David Lambert
Steven Hill returns to Law & Order: The Tenth Year for his final full season as DA Adam Schiff, the role that earned him two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Joining him are series regulars Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston and Angie Harmon as the men and women striving to bring justice to the streets of New York in 24 enthralling episodes, including the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit crossover, "Entitled."
This season features guest stars John Heard (Entourage) and Guillermo Diaz (Weeds), and a roster of cases including a murderous rampage in Central Park, a sinister insurance scam involving Holocaust victims and an academically successful college student who is leading a double life. Television icon Dick Wolf delivers another gripping, intelligent and sometimes shocking chapter of television's longest running franchise.
Following a week after their history-making 20 season release of Law & Order - The Complete Series, Universal Studios Home Entertainment has today announced that they are continuing with the individual season set releases as well. The next title will be Law & Order - The 10th Year, due on February 28th. The 5-disc set has been up for pre-order at Amazon, without a release date showing, for over a year. There the list price has always said "$49.98 SRP," but today's studio announcement shows an actual, finalized cost of $36.98 SRP. Video is anamorphic widescreen, audio is English Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo, and English subtitles are on board as well. Package art hasn't been provided by the studio yet, but stay tuned!