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Known only as The Unit, they are an ultra-secret contingent of Special Forces soldiers who operate outside the usual military chain of command. Their very existence is a closely held secret protected by the soldiers themselves. Their wives, who are also in on the secret, strictly adhere to a fictitious cover story that is provided for them. The Unit chronicles a team of unknown heroes who, without ever receiving credit, risk their lives while protecting others.
Prepare to enter a world of danger, secrecy and edge-of-your-seat suspense when Fox Home Entertainment releases The Unit: Season 1 DVD Collection on September 19. Created by Shawn Ryan, the Emmy®-nominated creator of "The Shield," and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer/director David Mamet (Glengary Glen Ross), The Unit was the number one rated scripted series to premiere this season with over 18.5 million viewers. Starring Golden Globe-nominee Dennis Haysbert ("24"), Scott Foley ("Felicity") and Robert Patrick (The X-Files), The Unit revolves around a team of Special Forces soldiers and their families who operate secretly and routinely risk their lives protecting America from its enemies. The Unit: Season 1 DVD includes all 13 episodes featured on a four-disc set and includes episode commentary, behind-the-scenes featurette and more for a suggested retail price of $49.98 U.S / $69.98 Canada.
The Unit: Season 1 comes to DVD September 19 from Fox Home Entertainment.
- First Responders
- 200th Hour
- True Believers
- Non-Permissive Environment
- Episode Commentary on SERE with executive producer Shawn Ryan, executive producer/writer Eric L. Haney and actor Demore Barnes
- Eating the Young
- Morale, Welfare & Recreation
- The Wall
- "Inside The Unit" Featurette
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen screen (1.78:1 aspect ratio)
- Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 and Spanish mono
- Subtitles: Spanish and French
- U.S. Rating: NR
- Total Run Time: 572 minutes
- Closed Captioned: Yes