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Heroes: Season 3 Detailed

Universal has detailed the upcoming Blu-ray release of Heroes: Season 3. The release will come with a plethora of bonus features that should keep fans interested for hours and will be spread across five BD50 discs featuring English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 sound with English SDH, French and Spanish subtitles. heroes3

Bonus features will include:

Disc 1:

  • U Control – Picture in Picture Cast & Crew Commentaries
  • U Control – Hero Connections – Bios
  • Deleted Scenes
  • The Super Powers of Heroes
  • Hero Connections – Network
  • D-Box
  • BD Live – Season Four Sneak Peek

Disc 2:

  • U Control – Picture in Picture Cast & Crew Commentaries
  • U Control – Hero Connections – Bios
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Completing the Scene
  • Hero Connections – Network
  • Alternate Stories
  • Pinehearst Commercial
  • D-Box

Disc 3:

  • U Control – Picture in Picture Cast & Crew Commentaries
  • U Control – Hero Connections – Bios
  • The Prop Box
  • Tim Sale Gallery of Screen Art
  • Hero Connections – Network
  • D-Box

Disc 4:

  • U Control – Picture in Picture Cast & Crew Commentaries
  • U Control – Hero Connections – Bios
  • Genetics of a Scene
  • Hero Connections – Network
  • D-Box

Disc 5:

  • U Control – Picture in Picture Cast & Crew Commentaries
  • U Control – Hero Connections – Bios
  • Deleted Scenes
  • The Writers’ Forum
  • Building Coyote Sands
  • Hero Connections – Network
  • D-Box

The 5-Disc Blu-ray set will sell for a suggested retail price of $79.98 and will be released on September 1, 2009.

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