Now that Copper has concluded its first season, the waiting game begins. BBC America has plenty of other shows you might want to check out. Several people swear by Dr. Who, though that’s not my genre, plus there’s just so much I can DVR, watch, and blog about.
I received a tweet from @Copper today that the first season of Copper was out on Blu-ray at a really good price. You might want to purchase it and then you’ll have something to show your friends when they’re over for dinner and there’s just absolutely nothing worth watching on TV. You can pull it out and save the evening.
Just in case you might ask, Tom Weston-Jones is not available to deliver it personally (I already asked).
Here’s the info on it:
Copper: Season 1 (Blu-ray)
Directed by: Jeff Woolnough
Produced by: Barry Levinson
Welcome to turbulent New York City during the Civil War, where rough, restless Irish-American cop Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones, MI-5) patrols the teeming streets of lower Manhattan. Join Kevin on risky forays to the elegant, emerging black neighborhood on upper Fifth Avenue to seek help of his war buddy with his detective work. Will Kevin ever learn the truth about the disappearance of his wife and the death of his daughter? Seen on BBC America.
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In case you don’t have a Blu-ray, you should seriously think about getting one, especially on Black Friday. Check online at some of the top electronic sellers. They tend of have a lot of sales that are available “online” only. That’s how I got my rather expensive Blu-ray player for a super good price.
Plus you can play DVDs on it and they show just as good, if not better, than on a regular DVD player. And Blu-rays just offers a much bigger experience than just the “movie.”