March 22, 2013
|Foyles War Series 7|
Fans of the hit ITV show Foyles War cannot afford to miss the exclusive Making of Foyles War Series 7 feature, now available at the Acorn Media online store.
This brilliant 13 minute video entitled ‘The Making of Foyle’s War: Old Friends & New Faces’, features interviews by many of the show’s biggest stars, including Honeysuckle Weeks, and the show’s creator Anthony Horowitz.
In Foyles War Series 7, the Second World War is over, but another war is just beginning: the Cold War. Less explosive, but no less deadly, Foyle’s War is back.
At the outset of this new era, Foyle is draw into a complex web of security and counter security, which will force him to question the loyalty of even those closest to him.
Michael Kitchen returns to the iconic role of DCS Foyle for the first time since 2010. Foyle’s War is one of the most popular crime shows in ITV’s recent history, thanks to its combination of period gorgeousness and gritty crime thrills. Die hard fans of Foyle, his friends and foes, will love the chance to peer behind the curtain with this fantastic Making of Feature, exclusive to Acorn Media.
Fans of Foyle’s War can also pre-order their copy of Foyle’s War Series 7 on DVD today from the Acorn Media online store, and they will receive their copy before the DVD is released on 13 May 2013.
This fantastic DVD features all three episodes of the series and more than 90 minutes of behind the scenes features and cast & crew interviews.
Pay a visit to the Acorn Media online store to watch the exclusive Foyles War video and pre-order your copy of the Series 7 DVD today.
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