In celebration of the final season of Angel finally coming to DVD, we're giving away copies of the set to some true fans!


The City of Angels has proved to be the ideal address for a fallen vampire looking to save a few lost souls and, in turn, redeem his own. Now, in his new position at the head of Wolfram and Hart, Angel makes use of the firm's state-of-the-art technology and the darkly tinted windows in his luxurious new office, stunning penthouse apartment and fleet of limousines. After more than 200 years spent hiding from the light, he will at last be able to move about during the day.

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With Wolfram and Hart under new management, Angel and the gang will take on one supernatural cause after another. Their client list will be a mix of good and evil characters, including a werewolf, a necromancer who uses human bodies as vessels for demon spirits and a terrorist who threatens

Los Angeles with a deadly virus.

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In this must-see final season, Angel - cursed with a conscience and a

soul - continues his quest to redeem himself and the rest of the world when the fifth season of "Angel" is reborn on DVD February 15, 2004 from Fox Home Entertainment. Familiar faces, including Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Willow (Allyson Hannigan) and Harmony (Mercedes McNab), make their return in the climatic last season of this sexy, sci-fi action-thriller series that has left an indelible mark on the pop-culture landscape. Nominated for six Saturn® Awards in 2004, "Angel" won for Best Network Television Series, as well as earning David Boreanaz the Best Actor in a Television Series award. The stellar supporting cast was also recognized at the 2004 Saturn awards when James Marsters (Spike) won for Best Supporting Actor and Amy Acker (Winifred Burkle/Illyria) for Best Supporting Actress. The "Angel" Season Five DVD Collection is loaded with extras that will whet any Angel fan's appetite including commentary by Joss Whedon, writer/director commentary for "Choreography of a Stunt" and seven jam-packed featurettes including "Angel: The Final Season," "To Live & Die in LA: The Best of Angel," "Angel Unbound: The Gag Reels" and much more for the suggested retail price of $59.98 US/$89.98 Canada. Own the final season "Angel" Season Five DVD Collection before it slips away.

All episodes of "Angel" are compiled on six discs (letter box: aspect ratio 1.78:1). The following is the breakdown for each disc:

Disc One:


- Conviction (10/01/03)

- Just Rewards (10/08/03)

- Unleashed (10/15/03)

- Hell Bound (10/22/03)

Additional Bonus Feature:

- Commentary for "Conviction" by writer/director Joss Whedon

- "Hey Kids! It's Smile Time" featurette

Disc Two:


- Life of the Party (10/29/03)

- The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco (11/05/03)

- Lineage (11/12/03)

- Destiny (11/19/03)

Additional Bonus Feature:

- Commentary for "Destiny" by director Skip Schoolnik and writers David Fury, Juliet Landau and Steven S. Deknight.

Disc Three:


- Harm's Way (1/14/04)

- Soul Purpose (1/21/04)

- Damage (1/28/04)

Additional Bonus Feature:

- Commentary for "Soul Purpose" by director/actor David Boreanaz and writers Brent Fletcher,

and Christian Kane

Disc Four:


- You're Welcome (2/04/04)

- Why We Fight (4/11/04)

- Smile Time (4/18/04)

- A Hole in the World (4/25/04)

Additional Bonus Features:

- Commentary for "You're Welcome" by writer/director David Fury, Christian Kane and

Sarah Thompson

- Commentary for "A Hole in the World" by writer/director Joss Whedon, Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof

- "Angel 100" featurette

Disc Five:


- Shells (3/03/04)

- Underneath (4/14/04)

- Origin (4/21/04)

- Time Bomb (4/28/04)

Additional Bonus Features:

- Commentary for "Underneath" by director Skip Schoolnik and writers Elizabeth Craft,

Sarah Fain and Adam Baldwin

- "Angel: Cheography of a Stunt" featured

Disc Six:


- The Girl in Question (5/05/04)

- Power Play (5/12/04)

- Not Fade Away (5/19/04)

Additional Bonus Features:

- Commentary for "Not Fade Away" by co-writer/director Jeffrey Bell

- Featurettes: "Angel: The Final Season," "To Live & Die in LA: The Beset of Angel,"

"Halos and Horns: Recurring Villainy" and "Angel Unbound: The Gag Reels."



Dont't forget to also check out: Angel: Season 5 [6 Discs]