Television dramas are nothing new, but family dramas aren’t nearly as prevalent as, say, courtroom, medical or police shows. Yet Soul Food, a popular Showtime program, isn’t just a good family drama; it’s good TV, period. Soul Food tackles the everyday issues faced by an African-American family, but the issues transcend race to reach viewers of all ethnicities and backgrounds. Now that its third season has released on DVD (MSRP $50.99), we wanted to give our readers a chance to experience this powerful show for themselves. So, we’re giving away three DVD sets of Soul Food: The Third Season.
To win one of these three DVD sets, simply complete and submit the entry form below through the giveaway’s deadline of 11:59pm PST on April 7, 2008. This daily entry contest is open worldwide to anyone 18 years old or older. Winners will be chosen at random and notified via e-mail, so make sure you leave us a valid email address. And remember: your odds of winning are greatly increased by returning each day to enter again. Good luck!
DVD synopsis: Soul Food: The Third Season wastes no time in diving into sex, family squabbles, and workplace conflicts–the issues that this show wrestles with so very well. At its best, Soul Food offers a more honest depiction of how men and women relate than you’ll find almost anywhere on television; the give and take of marriage, with its necessary frustrations and unexpected rewards, is shown in all its messy glory. The Third Season contains 20 episodes from 2002 and 2003, half of which were initially released as the show’s fourth season. NOTE: synopsis pulled from Amazon.com.