Seat42f and Adult Swim have teamed up to give THREE lucky winners a copy of DELOCATED Season 1 & 2 on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us why you want to add DELOCATED Season 1 & 2 to your DVD collection. Only one entry per person. Contest ends January 17th. Winners will be notified on January 18th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment. Open to US and Canadian residents only.
DVD Release Date : January 17th, 2012
The Season 3 Premiere of Delocated airs on Adult Swim Thursday, 2/2 at Midnight (ET/PT)
After testifying against the Russian Mafia, “Jon” and his family are uprooted and start living undercover. While quietly living in an anonymous suburb, “Jon” accepts an offer for the family to participate in a reality show based on their lives, and they move to New York. However, in order to protect their identities with television audiences-and more importantly, the Russian Mafia-they wear ski masks and have their voices surgically disguised. The first season of Delocated! finds “Jon,” “Susan,” “David,” and their federal agent Mike dealing with divorce, friendship, falling in love, and becoming an honorary black man, while, in season two, a new government program is instituted to help protect “Jon”. Surprisingly a mole is discovered in the witness protection decoy program and “Jon” is pushed to the brink in a shocking turn of events.
The two-disc release of Delocated! Seasons 1 & 2 contains 19 episodes of countless awkward and hysterical moments from “Jon” and his family, with loads of additional features such as deleted scenes, outtakes, flip books, demos and commentaries. After premiering on Adult Swim in 2009 for a first season of seven 12-minute episodes, Delocated! returned for a second season of twelve 22-minute episodes in 2010. While airing on the channel, 7.2 million Adults 18-34 tuned in to watch Delocated! and it was the #1 show in its time period among Adults 18-24, Men 18-24 and Adults 18-34 in a rank of programs on both cable and broadcast networks, according to Nielsen Media Research.