The stakes are high in the thrilling series starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis when Vegas: The DVD Edition goes all in September 17 from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution. From creators Nicholas Pileggi (the writer of legendary films Goodfellas and Casino) and Greg Walker, the five-disc collection includes all 21 episodes of the drama and boasts a collection of newly produced, exclusive featurettes.

Vegas: The DVD Edition DVD

Featuring an all-star ensemble cast that also includes Carrie-Anne Moss, Jason O'Mara, Taylor Handley and Sarah Jones, Vegas is inspired by the true story of former Las Vegas Sheriff Ralph Lamb (Quaid), a former military police officer, who now patrols the once desolate, desert city. As corruption builds within Las Vegas during the 1960s, Lamb is called upon by the mayor to bring order to the new entertainment mecca and investigate the murder of a casino worker. The crime triggers Lamb's quarrel with Vincent Savino (Chiklis), a ruthless Chicago gangster who intends to claim Vegas as his own. With the aide of his two deputies, his diplomatic, even-keeled brother Jack (O'Mara) and his charming, but impulsive son Dixon (Handley), Lamb is determined to restore justice and take Savino down once and for all. Vegas: The DVD Edition also includes an array of notable guest stars such as Ivana Milicevic, James Russo, David Gallagher, Greg Grunberg, Gil Bellows, D.B. Sweeney, Michael Ironside, Frances O'Connor, Doug Savant and Anna Camp.

Vegas: The DVD Edition hits the jackpot with exclusive featurettes. Packed with all-new episode commentaries from the show's creators and cast, the collection also includes exclusive featurettes such as "He Ain't Like the Real Law," which profiles the real life of former Las Vegas Sheriff Ralph Lamb. Plus, actor Michael Chiklis takes viewers on a tour of the spectacular set of Vegas.

The Vegas: The DVD Edition is presented in 16x9 Widescreen Frame Format with English 5.1 and English Stereo Surround audio. It features English SDH, Latin American Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese subtitles, and will be available for suggested retail price of $64.99 US and $69.99 CAN. The DVD is Not Rated and in the U.S. and rated PG in Canada.