Here's the brief from Lionsgate:
Meet Satan's biggest tools. The first season of the hilarious comedy series "Reaper," which was declared "devilishly fun" by the San Francisco Chronicle, will be available on DVD this November. Reaper: Season One includes all 18 episodes from the freshman season and is loaded with special bonus materials including deleted scenes and commentary with cast and crew. Starring Bret Harrison (TV's "Grounded for Life") and Ray Wise (TV's "Twin Peaks"), who received a TCA Award nomination for Individual Achievement for his performance, "Reaper" follows the turbulent life of Sam (Harrison), a slacker whose world turns upside down on his 21st birthday when he learns that his parents sold his soul to the Devil (Wise). Forced to be Hell's bounty hunter, Sam, with the aid of his goofball friends, must track down evil-doers and send them back where they belong. "Reaper" originally aired during the 2007-2008 season on The CW, and season two is slated for a mid-season premiere. Pricing: DVD $39.98 (5-disc set)
I've been meaning to post some other things tonight, including thoughts about Sunday's "Mad Men" and tonight's "Saving Grace" and "The Closer."
And I wanted to get in another "Beverly Hills, 90210." But the brain isn't finely tuned this evening, so it will all have to wait. My apologies.