HBO Home Entertainment has announced the release date for the second season of their Cinemax hit series The Knick on Digital HD will be Tuesday, Jan. 18th, 2016.
In addition to all ten episodes, The Knick: The Complete Second Season will feature new and never-before-seen footage in the featurettes: “The Knick Under Construction,” “Inside the Costume Shop,” and “Invitation to the Ball.” (See more details below.)
For his role in The Knick, Clive Owen received a Golden Globe nomination for “Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama.”
The Knick Digital HD Bonus Features:
- THE KNICK UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Go on an exclusive walking tour of the most notable sets from THE KNICK with the man who envisioned them, Production Designer Howard Cummings. See the amazing detail that went into the creation of the Surgical Theater, Men’s Ward, and the brand new Mt Sinai Operating theater.
- INSIDE THE COSTUME SHOP: Costume designer Ellen Mirojnick is joined by actors Andre Holland (Dr. Algernon Edwards) and Juliet Rylance (Cornelia Robertson) backstage in her costume shop for fun, revealing conversations about how she went about creating their looks for the series.
- INVITATION TO THE BALL: An extensive look at how director Steven Soderbergh and show creators Jack Amiel & Michael Begler went about creating the extravagant charity ball featured in Episode 7, from Steven’s amazing long single tracking shot through the ball to the research that went into creating these memorable scenes in the series.
HBO also announced the six-episode third season of comedy Getting On will release to Digital HD on January 18, 2016.
He’s known for critically acclaimed features films like Magic Mike; Traffic; Sex, Lies, and Videotape; and Erin Brockovich, but director and cinematographer Steven Soderbergh is literally killing it. This show is unbelievable. The production quality is amazing. I have never seen a show like this. Soderbergh really found another thing he can make beautiful. Soderbergh brings old New York to vivid life in the new series. There’s plenty of tense, operating-theater action, as Thackery and his staff labor to save the lives of the city’s underprivileged residents.” The show captures the atmosphere of the era, including New York’s racial and political tensions and economic inequalities. (source: http://cabletelevisionbundles.s9.com/blog/moviemaker-steven-soderbergh-directs-new-tv-drama-the-knick/ )” I am so exited about this, though: “HBO also announced the six-episode third season of comedy Getting On will release to Digital HD on January 18, 2016.” Does HBO have a PR site where I can see future releases?