From the executive producers of 'My So-Called Life', the Emmy Award-winning television series finally comes to DVD.
In 1987, we were introduced to a group of couples, of friends... "Thirtysomethings". A dream cast of characters that, from the very first episode, resonated with a nation of people who knew these people all too well. Michael and Hope Steadman, the suburban "new parent" poster children; Elliot and Nancy Weston, a couple whose marriage is falling apart; Gary Shepard, the perpetually "Twentysomething" thirtysomething; Melissa Steadman, Michael's cousin who is a struggling artist; and Ellyn Warren, the driven but restless career-chaser.
Thirtysomething channelled the consciousness of baby boomers into a running commentary on what it really meant to be on the cusp of success and failure, marriage and divorce, adulthood and parenthood. Every week the show blurred the lines between television and film, drama and comedy, hard reality and twisted imagination.
- A Conversation Between Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick
- From Thirtysomething to Forever - Making Thirtysomething
- Couples and Singles
- Cultural Impact
- Commentaries by Creators, Cast and Crew
- Features All New Interviews with Creators, Cast and Crew