(July 19, 2007 - Burbank, CA) — The laughter and fun of the Tanner household returns this holiday season when Warner Home Video releases both "Full House: The Complete Eighth Season" and "Full House: The Complete Series Collection" on DVD November 6, 2007. These releases commemorate the 20th anniversary of the broadcast premiere of the series. Consumers can now complete their "Full House" DVD collection with the release of the eighth and final season of this heartwarming family comedy, or they can own the complete series consisting of eight seasons beautifully packaged in a keepsake box, resembling the Tanner’s Victorian home. Order due date for both "Full House: The Complete Eighth Season" and "Full House: The Complete Series Collection" is October 2, 2007. "Full House: The Complete Eighth Season" contains all 24 episodes in a four-disc set that will retail at $29.98 SRP. "Full House: The Complete Series" contains all 192 episodes of the series on 32 DVDs that will retail for $169.72 SRP. The eighth and final season of "Full House" is as entertaining and delightful as ever with 24 hilarious episodes that take viewers right to the two-part cliffhanger series finale. The Tanner girls are growing up and it’s a year of change as D.J. gets ready for her high school graduation, prepares for college and runs off to a wedding chapel but not for the reason her family thinks. Stephanie decides to start her own band and Michelle buys a pet donkey with the money she earns from running her own lemonade stand. Danny decides to quit his job when he’s passed up for a promotion while Joey acts as substitute teacher in Michelle’s class and Jesse forms a new band and goes on tour. From the series’ premiere to its final episode, Full House keeps consumers of all ages engaged with wholesome, zany family fun. For consumers who are not ready to say good-bye to the Tanners, "Full House: The Complete Series Collection" will keep all their favorite "Full House" moments within easy reach. Irresistibly packaged in a striking, keepsake box that is a replica of Tanner’s San Francisco Victorian home, the set neatly stores all of the show’s eight seasons. An ideal holiday gift for children of all ages, the collection will feature 192 half–hour episodes on 32 DVDs for a total of 5000 minutes of delightful content. “The success we’ve experienced with the release of 'Full House' on DVD far surpassed our expectations. It’s truly remarkable to see how hugely popular this 20-year-old television show is with young kids today. Thanks to its current run in syndication, a whole new generation of fans has embraced this program,” said Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV Marketing. She added, “With the holiday season approaching, we thought this was the right time to package all seasons of 'Full House' in one beautiful, collectible gift set. We take great pleasure in bringing consumers this attractive complete series collection.” Set in San Francisco, "Full House" chronicles the adventures of the Tanner family, an unconventional family headed by Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), a doting, widowed father who’s left to raise his three daughters. With his brother-in-law, the wanna-be rock star “Uncle Jesse” Katsopolis (John Stamos), and his best friend, the stand-up comic Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), by his side, Danny learns all about parenting three young girls including eldest daughter D.J. (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and the baby of the family Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). The eighth season of the show also stars Lori Laughlin as Rebecca, Jesse’s wife. Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit portray Nicky and Alex, Jesse and Rebecca’s twin boys. The show originally debuted on ABC on September 22, 1987, its final episode aired May 23, 1995. One of Warner Home Video’s strongest selling classic TV on DVD titles, "Full House" has successfully found a new audience in syndication with nightly airings on Nick at Nite and ABC Family, spawning a whole new generation of fans. It continues to rank in the top 5 for girls ages 8-15 and in the top 10 for boys ages 8-11. With operations in 90 international territories Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Home Video and New Line Home Entertainment.
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