The contest is over. Thank you to everyone who entered. The winners of Magic City: Season 1 on Blu-ray are Steph and Anita. Congratulations! Email your mailing address to email@example.com before Oct. 18, 2012, to claim your prize.
Disc Dish is giving away two Blu-ray copies of TV show Magic City: The Complete First Season, the disc debut of the Starz Original series, which is distributed by Anchor Bay.
Set in 1960s Miami Beach, Magic City stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen) as Ike Evans, owner of the luxury hotel Miramar Playa Hotel. To finance his dream, however, he makes a deal with Mob boss Ben “The Butcher” Diamon (Danny Huston, The Conspirator). His wife, former showgirl Vera (Olga Kurylenko, Quantum of Solace) and three children think Ike is an honorable man, but he finds it increasingly difficult to keep his home like and business separate.
The DVD and Blu-ray of the television series contains all eight episodes of the first season plus these special features:
- “Starz Studios: Magic City”
- “The Cars of Magic City”
- “The Style of Magic City”
- “Building an Empire”
- “The Golden Age of Music”
- “Miami Beach: The Real Magic City”
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