'Under the Dome' and more new TV on DVD

Britt Robertson, as Angie, in a scene from

Britt Robertson, as Angie, in a scene from the pilot of the TV series "Under the Dome," premiered June 24, 2013, at 10 p.m. on CBS. The series is based on Stephen King's bestselling novel. Photo Credit: AP

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Series Dean Norris breaks bad as a power-hungry official whose town is mysteriously sealed off from the world (see title; see sliced cow). CBS' summer smash, adapted loosely from the Stephen King story, drew ratings high enough to earn a second-season order.

Extras Featurettes focus on pilot production, book-to-TV transition, more. (Amazon.com's $80 Blu-ray limited edition comes in plastic-domed package with added extras: King location visit, special effects, more.)

List price $55 DVD/$65 Blu-ray in dome-cut hardboard box, out today from CBS.

Available from WarnerArchive.com:

NICHOLS Finally out from 1971: James Garner's offbeat circa-1910 Western (cars and phones!), ragged yet charming, with proto-"Rockford" vibe and young Margot Kidder; $50 for all 24 episodes.

SUGARFOOT: SEASON 2 Glen Head resident Will Hutchins aces double role in fun '50s Western, with guests Adam West, Edd Byrnes, Martin Landau; $40 for 20 episodes.

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RUDE AWAKENING Lara Flynn Boyle's loose-living actress, funky Hollywood friends and mom, Lynn Redgrave, in Showtime's 1998 adult comedy; $27 for 13 episodes.

THE MENTALIST (Blu-ray) Season 1 of Simon Baker's CBS crime saga now hits high-def, but with DVD extras, 5.1 audio; $35 Blu-ray for 23 episodes.

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