Doc Martin, Season 8 DVD
Where can I buy Doc Martin season 8 on DVD?
After all their ups and downs as a couple, Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) and his wife, Louisa (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia), are finally living together with their son, James Henry, but their problems are far from over. With Louisa’s encouragement, James Henry has grown attached to Buddy the dog, but Martin is disgusted by the four-legged friend. In need of a new nanny, Louisa finds herself juggling too many responsibilities and considers switching careers, causing a rift with Martin. Is Doc Martin season 8 on DVD yet?
Is there a season 8 of Doc Martin?
Meanwhile, Portwenn is abuzz as the residents prepare for a wedding. The Larges hope to profit from the festivities, but when Martin’s aunt Ruth (Emmy winner Eileen Atkins, Cranford) considers selling the family farm, her decision causes trouble for their business endeavors. As some relationships bloom and others falter, can Martin cope with all the changes¡ªor will he risk the fragile accord he’s forged with his family? Guest stars in Series 8 include Caroline Quentin (Dickensian) and Sigourney Weaver (Avatar). Where can I buy Doc Martin season 8 on DVD?
What is the release date for Doc Martin season 8?
Martin Clunes originally played a character called “Dr Martin Bamford” in the 2000 film Saving Grace¡ªwritten by Mark Crowdy and Craig Ferguson¡ªand its two made-for-TV prequels, Doc Martin and Doc Martin and the Legend of the Cloutie, which were made by British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB). The prequels show Bamford as a successful obstetrician, rather than a surgeon, who finds out that his wife has been carrying on extramarital affairs behind his back. After confronting her with his discovery, he escapes London and heads for Port Isaac, a small coastal town in Cornwall which he remembers fondly from his youth. Will Doc Martin season 8 be released on DVD?
Actors: Martin Clunes
Format: Color, Dolby, Widescreen, PAL
Region: Region 4 for Australia
Number of discs: 3
Studio: ACORN MEDIA