Covert Affairs Season Two

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Covert Affairs
Season Two 

Out on DVD from 17th September

After the runaway success of season one, the sexy and action packed undercover spy series, Covert Affairs returns on DVD for a second season on 17 September fromUniversal. Starring Golden Globe® nominee, Piper Perabo (Cheaper By The Dozen, Coyote Ugly), Christopher Gorham (Ugly Betty, Love Bites) andPeter Gallagher (The O.C., Burlesque) and from the producer of The Bourne TrilogyDoug Liman – don’t miss Really’s most popular TV show as it makes its way to DVD.

Hit series Covert Affairs stars Piper Perabo as Annie Walker, a youngCentral Intelligence Agency (CIA) operative whose exceptional linguistic skills and spot on instincts make her invaluable to the Agency. In season two, Annie’s personal and professional lives crash into one another, and the balance of her relationships are forever changed.

After last season ended with Annie (Perabo) and Ben (Bailey) revisiting their past on the other side of the world in Thailand, Covert Affairs: Season Two sees the pair return to Washington. The CIA lifestyle sees Annie faced with a host of new missions and assignments with Ben returning to his usual vanishing antics.

Annie becomes increasingly comfortable in her new role but has to readjust to a new operative at work. She travels across the world on her new assignments but when problems arise in Belarus, Jai (Ramamurthy) is there to save the day.

Covert Affairs: Season Two is available on DVD from 17 September, courtesy of Universal Playback.

DVD DETAILS 
Title:                            Covert Affairs – Season Two
Certificate:                12
Run Time:                   Feature Run Time: 10hrs 53mins. 
Bonus Run Time:     35mins (16 episodes on 4 DVD’s)
Genre:                         TV Drama        
RRP (DVD):                 £24.99
Special Features:     Deleted Scenes, Out-Takes, Piper Perabo Co mic-Con® Intro, Covert Affairs on Location

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