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Adding (Again!) to the Deathpool Pot

hanna-DVD.jpgWe are adding to the fall TV deathpool pot -- again!

We are throwing in one copy of "Hannah Montana: Life's What You Make It" and one copy of Disney's original movie, "Johnny Kapahala Back on Board." Give the DVDs to your niece, your paperboy, whoever -- either way, someone is going to be the envy of their friends, neighbors and fellow TV Fodder readers.

This new compilation of Disney Channel's popular series, "Hanna Montana" was just released TODAY. "Hanna Montana: Life's What You Make It" stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a high school freshman who moonlights as an international pop superstar. The DVD also stars Emily Osment ("Spy Kids 2"), Mitchel Musso ("Walker Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire"), Jason Earles ("American Pie Presents Band Camp") -- and Miley's real-life father, Billy Ray Cyrus.

All you have to do is email me with your pick for the first cancelled show for this fall's TV season. How simple is that? We do have rules though; read them on the original post.

The slew of other prizes include Prison Break: Season 2, The War at Home: The Complete First Season, 'Til Death: The First Complete Season (3-DVD set), a Steve-O Swag Bag,, goodies from TNT's "The Closer" and "Saving Grace," and 3 packs of "My Boys" (on TBS) playing cards.

Thanks to Walt Disney Home Entertainment, Buena Vista and Ryan for the latest additions to our prize package.


Posted by Rachel Cericola on October 9, 2007 12:56 PM
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