SERIES Scott Bakula goes high-def and Blu-ray in this 2001-02 prequel of the starship's first discovery adventures. Imagined less sleek and more robust than its predecessors, this is the first "Star Trek" series shot in widescreen. The first season's six discs are standard-packaged (unlike 2005's steroidal DVD case) to sit neatly in your Blu-ray library.
EXTRAS Excruciatingly honest 90-minute documentary has showrunner Brannon Braga enumerating his creation's political wranglings and missteps. Other new HD goodies (joining retained DVD extras) include Braga's frank hour-long chat with co-creator Rick Berman, four added cast-crew commentaries, episode production diary, more.
LIST PRICE $120 Blu-ray, out today from CBS.
'CONTINUUM' Syfy fave has Rachel Nichols' time-tripping future cop battling her time's terrorists in our current era, with making-of; $45 DVD/$50 Blu-ray, Universal.
'VEEP' Julia Louis-Dreyfus waits for the president's call in this single-camera lampoon of political ego (HBO's season 2 starts April 14), with behind-the-scenes, commentaries, more; $40 DVD/$50 Blu-ray+DVD+ digital, HBO.
'MADtv: SEASON 2' Nine years (!) after the first season set, finally there's another, with Dolemite, The Reinfather, Cabana Chat; $30, Shout.
'JOHNNY SOKKO AND HIS FLYING ROBOT' Japanese '60s sci-fi in which kids defeat baddies; $40, Shout.