Contest: Da Vinci’s Demons: Season Two Blu-ray Giveaway

Tom Riley is Leonardo in Da Vinci's Demons

Tom Riley is Leonardo in Da Vinci’s Demons

The contest is over. And the winners, chosen randomly, are Ronald Oliver and Michelle Tucker! Congratulations! Please email your mailing address to before March 12 to claim your prize.

The second season of Da Vinci’s Demons, Starz’s adventure-fantasy series about Renaissance Man Leonardo da Vinci and his time-tripping escapades as he cavorts in-and-out of his own reality and time, arrives on disc on March 3 and Disc Dish has two Blu-ray editions to give away to a pair of lucky readers!

Created by David S. Goyer, the show stars Tom Riley as Leonardo.

The Blu-ray carries a suggested retail price of $54.99, but you can enter to get a copy here for free! Here’s what you’ve got to do:

  1. If you don’t already, Like Disc Dish on Facebook, Follow Disc Dish on Twitter or subscribe to Disc Dish by email (see the box on the right), then leave a comment on this page saying whether you’re a Facebook or Twitter fan or email subscriber. That gives you one entry. If you only do this step, you’re entered, but keep reading for more chances to win
  2. DaVincisDemons_S2_BLULink to this page from your Facebook profile, Twitter account, Digg,, blog or wherever you hang out online and put a link to it in the comments on this page. You’ll get an extra entry for each link. (Sorry, but links added to the Disc Dish Facebook page don’t count.) You can use the icons below to share easily.
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 every day for even more chances to win.

This giveaway runs through midnight, Tuesday, March 3, and the winners will be chosen at random and announced here on March 4. So, make sure you check back to see if you won! NOTE: The contest is only open to readers who are 18 or older and in the U.S. Prizes cannot be shipped to P.O. boxes!


About Laurence

Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.