DVD Review: BROTHERS & SISTERS Season Two

Samantha Who Season 1 DVD

Season Two of BROTHERS & SISTERS is coming out on DVD this Tuesday, September 23.

REVIEW

Brothers & Sisters is probably my favorite, non-sci fi, TV show. I just can’t get enough of The Walker family. Each and every one of them is different, and it creates such an interesting dynamic because they are family. Plus the fact that they cannot keep secrets from each other is definitely entertaining.

This season was a very strong one. To this day I still remember this one scene with Sally Field that just blew me away. It’s the one when she finally stands up to Justin and his addiction, by not letting him leave the house. That scene was brilliant, and it’s one of the many amazing ones from Brothers & Sisters.

The cast is phenomenal and they are able to make us believe that they really are a family.

Finally, the way this season ends, will definitely leave you wanting for more. And it’s a good thing because season 3 premieres on Sunday, September 28, at 10pm on ABC.

It’s time to take a look at the bonus features, which include:

Guest Book – Some of the show’s illustrious Season Two guest stars open up about their experiences on the show in this interactive piece.

TV Dinners: Food from Season 2 – Family gatherings mean plenty of food, but that tasty treat on the dinner table doesn’t always translate on camera. Welcome to the wonderful world of the food stylist, with exclusive tips on how these professionals work their magic.

Open House: Walk-through of the sets with the Set Designer

Audio Commentaries with director Ken Olin and actors Dave Annable, Sarah Jane Morris, Matthew Rhys, Emily VanCamp and Patricia Wettig

Deleted Scenes

Bloopers

Overall, if you love family dramas, or if you are just a fan of the Walkers, you will most likely enjoy Brothers & Sisters Season 2 on DVD.

Title: Brothers & Sisters: The Complete Second Season

Cast: Dave Annable, Balthazar Getty, Sarah Jane
Morris, Matthew Rhys, Emily VanCamp, and Patricia Wettig

Release Date: September 23, 2008