More notes from the mail, including the announcement of a "Chuck" set with the 3-D telecast:
The government’s most vital secret agent is back, and this time he’s got a pocket protector full of new tricks when Warner Home Video releases Chuck: The Complete Second Season on DVD and Blu-ray on January 5, 2010. Executive producers Josh Schwartz (The O.C., Gossip Girl), McG (Supernatural, Charlie’s Angels), Chris Fedak and Scott Rosenbaum (The Shield) bring you more action and espionage than ever before. This six-disc set contains all 22 episodes including the never-to-be aired again 3-D episode and hours of amazing extras, with brand-new featurettes, a gag reel, and “declassified” scenes. ...
Priced to own on DVD at $59.98 SRP and on Blu-ray for $69.97 SRP
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
· Truth, Spies and Regular Guys: Exploring the Mythology of Chuck
· Dude in Distress: Explore Some of This Season’s Best Action Sequences
· Chuck Versus the Webisodes: Web-Originated Minifeaturettes
· Chuck: A Real-Life Captain Awesome’s Tips for Being Awesome
· John Casey Presents: So You Want to Be a Deadly Spy?
· Declassified Scenes
· Gag Reel
For a limited time, the DVD and Blu-ray releases of Chuck: The Complete Second Season will also include the never-to-be-aired-again 3-D version of the episode “Chuck Versus the Third Dimension,” plus two pairs of 3-D glasses.
And here's the "True" word:
Nickelodeon’s hit comedy series True Jackson, VP kicks-off its second season on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT) with lots of laughs and special celebrity appearances by 15-year-old pop sensation Justin Bieber and rock trio Care Bears on Fire. Bieber, in his acting debut, performs his hit song “One Time” and saves the day when True (Keke Palmer) books him as the musical act for her school’s fundraiser. The guest-star cameos continue with the premiere of “Flirting with Fame,” the one-hour primetime True Jackson, VP movie, on Saturday, Nov. 21, at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT), featuring music superstar Natasha Bedingfield and Tyler James Williams (Everybody Hates Chris) as True’s new love interest. The new season will follow True as she juggles the growing demands of high school with her job responsibilities at Mad Style. True Jackson, VP airs regularly on Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.
In the season premiere, titled “True Concert,” True is determined to save her school’s design department from budget cuts and decides to hold a fundraising concert. As she searches for a big performer to headline the concert, her best friend Lulu (Ashley Argota) offers little help as she is more focused on trying to find alone time with her crush Mikey J (Trevor Brown). Just when it looks as though her friend Ryan’s (Matthew Shively) mediocre magic act is her only option for a headliner, pop sensation Justin Bieber agrees to perform. All seems fine until last minute problems have the students scrambling to save the show and their school's design department. Brooklyn tween punk rock band Care Bears on Fire also make an appearance in the episode and perform their hit song “Everybody Else.”
In the one-hour primetime movie “Flirting with Fame,” True’s crushing on a new boy at school named Justin (Tyler James Williams), but when she finally gets the courage to ask him out, he turns her down. True and Lulu suspect he’s dating someone until True discovers his big secret. In an attempt to show True his romantic side, Justin enlists the help of superstar Natasha Bedingfield to perform “These Words” for the duo. Back at the office, Mr. Madigan (Greg Proops) takes casual dress day too far and Amanda can't handle it. Meanwhile, a statistics class has uncovered a special connection between Mikey J and Kelsey (Jordan Monaghan) that has Lulu and Ryan seething with jealousy.