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'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. Credit: AP


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. ('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.

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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.

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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