The F/X drama Dirt is returning for a second season on March 2, and we are celebrating this new seasons by giving away the old season. We're giving away copies of the Dirt: The Complete First Season DVD set. Click below to enter this contest.

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- Dirt: The Complete First Season DVD set

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This four-disc, 13-episode box set of the darkly dramatic and slyly comic hit series starring Courteney Cox and Ian Hart is a great way to catch up on celebrity gossip just in time for the launch of Season Two, which will be broadcast on FX. Priced at $59.99, Dirt: The Complete First Season focuses heavily on its quirky cast, featuring an array of character-driven special features, including a behind-the-scenes look at real-life paparazzi darlings and co-producing couple, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, as well as interviews with entertainment leaders and Hollywood gossip gurus, a profile on schizophrenic photog Don Konkey, and deleted scenes.

Dubbed "delirious, dizzy, decadent and altogether delicious" by the Miami Herald, Dirt: The Complete First Season reports on all of Hollywood's seduction and sleaze as seen through the eyes of the unflappable Lucy Spiller (Cox) and her A-list paparazzo, the mentally unstable but loyal Don Konkey (Hart).

Special Features

- Celebrity Couple Gets Dirty - Courtney Cox, David Arquette and the cast and crew of Dirt discuss the evolution of the show and how FX took a chance on the show after 2 years of development.

- Through A Lens, Darkly - A profile on Dirt's resident photographer/schizophrenic and how his struggle with reality is a metaphor for the larger issues the show addresses regarding culture and celebrity.

- Tabloid Wars: Totally True Stories from the Celebrity Trenches - Interviews with the cast and crew of Dirt and leading real life tabloid gurus (Perez Hilton, Peter Bart of Variety, and more) explore what happens when an appetite for celebrity gossip becomes stalkerazzi overkill. They'll also discuss where Dirt gets it right and where they take creative license.

- Deleted Scenes