THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SERIES FROM “SEX AND THE CITY” CREATOR DARREN STAR ARRIVES ON DVD FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER
The Complete Series
All Seven Seasons of the Fan-Favorite Show Debut on DVD November 9, 2021 with Over an Hour of Bonus Content, Including Bloopers and Deleted Scenes,
Plus a Collectible #TeamJosh and #TeamCharles Bookmark
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Available on DVD for the first time ever, YOUNGER The Complete Series arrives in a deluxe 10-disc set on November 9, 2021 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
With an unforgettable seven-season run, series creator Darren Star’s YOUNGER earned a 98% Tomatometer*score on Rotten Tomatoes®, garnering raves from critics for its witty and riveting storylines. The show stars two-time Tony Award® winner Sutton Foster with Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard and Charles Michael Davis. The seventh season of YOUNGER debuted on ViacomCBS’ streaming platform, Paramount+, earlier this year. The final season is currently airing weekly on TV Land, making it the brand’s longest running original series.
YOUNGER The Complete Series 10-DVD set includes all 84 episodes, plus over an hour of bonus content, including over 45 minutes of deleted scenes spanning all seven seasons, more than 30 minutes of hilarious bloopers, and episode commentaries for the series premiere and finale by creator Darren Star. The set also includes a collectible #TeamCharles and #TeamJosh bookmark. A complete list of special features follows:
- Audio Commentary with creator Darren Star on Episodes 101 and 712
- Deleted Scenes from Seasons 1-7
- Bloopers from Seasons 2-7
Foster is Liza Miller, a 40-year-old mom passing herself off as a 20-something assistant. Though her ruse lands her a dream job in publishing, a hot young boyfriend, and a fun new millennial squad, cracks began to form in her plan as she realizes that her secret was hurting those closest to her. YOUNGER follows Liza’s journey through professional and personal ups and downs, on her way to discovering that the truth can be so much better than fiction.