TV News: Batman, Anarchy, Dead, Peaks

Batman The 1960s Series
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has officially announced that the long awaited “Batman: The Complete Television Series” will debut on digital, DVD, and Blu-ray on November 11th 2014. In addition, the fan-favorite series will be featured on thousands of hotel keys this year at the San Diego Comic-Con. [Source: WBHE]

Sons of Anarchy
FX has announced today that the final season of “Sons of Anarchy” will kick off with a 105 minute episode on September 9th at 10pm. Both the debut and the series finale in December will be followed by a live post-show Anarchy Afterword. [Source: Deadline]

The Walking Dead
Creator and producer Robert Kirkman tells EW that the character Seth Gilliam will be playing in the upcoming fifth season of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is key to the direction the show will be headed:

“He’s playing a character that’s very integral to the future of The Walking Dead. Who he is possibly a very large hint to where the story is gonna go, if you’ve read the comic book series…. We’re gonna do some new stuff, and a lot of that involves bringing in a lot of new characters. There’s going to be some big changes ahead, and it’s gonna all be cool stuff.”

Twin Peaks
Starpulse has done a breakdown of the 90 minutes of deleted scenes from “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” on the upcoming “Twin Peaks” Blu-ray box-set.

Reportedly we finally get some insight into the character of David Bowie’s FBI Agent Phillip Jeffries, along with some extra time with Chris Isaak and Kiefer Sutherland’s characters. Surprisingly there’s also “some further scene insight that goes BEYOND the season 2 finale where Cooper dove into the mirror.”