The second half of series seven of Doctor Who has been given a DVD and Blu-ray release date of May 28th 2013.
Now, this is for the US release date, as they’ve quoted DVD and Blu Ray prices as $24.98 and $29.98 respectively for each set, but it stands to reason that the UK will probably get a release a day or two earlier as is usual for Doctor Who releases.
The set will include the 2012 Christmas special The Snowmen as well as all eight of the new 2013 episodes that comprise series seven B, or series thirty-three-point-two or series three if you want to get really technical (disclaimer: we don’t).
Eager to push the marketing event for sales, BBC Home Entertainment and Warner Home video have announced the release early, but have yet to announce any extras. Intriguingly, they’re also maintaining radio silence on the title and details of episode thirteen, written by Steven Moffat, which according to rumour will lead directly into events for the fiftieth anniversary special. But try not to worry as we’re only nine weeks away from finding out more about the Doctor’s greatest secret anyway.
Start saving your pennies and your cents because you’ll want to relive the adventures of the Eleventh Doctor and Clara again in your living room this month.