Even more of your favorite TV shows are hitting the shelves on DVD. The Big Bang Theory, Pushing Daisies and Chuck offer up a mix of comedy, drama and action. Check them out:
The Big Bang Theory: As the new comedy to air in the CBS comedy block before How I Met Your Mother, we wondered how any show could make us laugh as hard as Ted, Barney, Marshall, Lily and Robin. Well, The Big Bang Theory proved that it's possible, and the antics between Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and their friends have us constantly laughing out loud. It's the perfect mix of genius and comedy.
Bonus materials include: If 17 episodes aren't enough, check out the bonus featurette: "Quantum Mechanics of The Big Bang Theory: Series Cast and Creators on Why It's Cool to Be a Geek." Are the actors and creators as nerdy as their characters? Find out.
Pushing Daisies: It's better than a fairy tale. Ned (Lee Pace) and Chuck (Anna Friel) play lovers who cannot touch, as Ned can end and restart life with a simple touch. And, since Ned already touched Chuck once to bring her back to life, if he touches her again, she'll perish. Somehow they manage to keep their relationship alive, in an absolutely adorable fashion, comprised of saran wrap and gloves. However, it's not all fun and games at their place of work, The Pie Hole, as Ned and Chuck also spend their time solving murder mysteries with the help of Private Investigator Emerson Cod (Chi McBride) and their off-beat waitress, Olive Snook (Kristin Chenoweth).
Bonus materials include: "Pie Time - Time for Pie" is a behind-the-scenes look at the show, which also features interviews with creator Bryan Fuller and Lee Pace. Find out their favorite scenes as well.
Chuck: If you like the geeks in The Big Bang Theory, but wish you could see them get a little more action, check out Chuck. So what if his girlfriend is really an undercover agent only posing as his significant other? He still gets to fight crime! You see, Chuck (Zachary Levi) accidentally had the government's secrets downloaded into his brain, turning him from the dorky worker at Buy More into the most valuable man in the CIA.
Bonus materials include: For you Chuck lovers out there, this DVD is chock full of extras. In addition to the thirteen full length episodes, the DVD features web originated mini-featurettes. There's also a look behind-the-scenes, a gag real and a discussion amongst the characters and creators about the show. Lastly, for you football fans out there, the DVD includes a playable demo of EA Sports' Madden NFL '09 for Xbox 360. If the bonus materials alone don't make this DVD worth it, we don't know what does!
Keep reading after the jump to catch clips from these DVDs!