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  • Actors: Kristin Chenoweth, Annie Potts, Leslie Bibb, Jennifer Aspen
  • Format: AC-3
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: NR (Not Rated) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • Run Time: 430 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007MDB6RO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 92,957 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Syder on 11 July 2014
Format: DVD
Producers who worked on this also worked on Sex And The City and Ugly Betty, so you should know what to expect. Given the bitchiness of some of the characters I said this reminded me of Ugly Betty but with more laughs (I gave up on Ugly Betty quite early on). My wife said it was like Ugly Betty but with fewer laughs - she gave up on GCB quite early on!

I bought this from when I was visiting family in the USA (it was waiting for me at their house when I arrived). I knew it was a risk buying a sit-com untried, but I'm a Kristin Chenoweth fan and wanted to see the programme! Suffice to say, I enjoyed it enough that I don't regret buying it, though I don't think it merits repeated viewing.

The programme got better over the course of the episodes, but episode 8, where the church is trying to stage a musical, is the only episode that has any laugh-out-loud moments. Although I enjoyed the whole series, I can't really justify more than three stars for a programme that only made me laugh out loud in one episode.

The end of the final episode leaves the viewer wanting to know what happens next - very frustrating that we'll never find out.

On the positive side you do get to hear Kristin Chenoweth sing in a couple of episodes. If she sang more it would definitely get a fourth star. And to end with another positive - if they change their mind about a second series, I'll buy it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LIAM RSA on 30 May 2013
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This is a brilliant series. I now officially have 6 other friends hooked. The series is comical and light hearted. The cast is brilliant , the only sad thing is their is only one season because the network apparently scrapped it, so the last episode leaves you hanging and wanting more but there isn't any!

This is a must watch and own!
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I saw the trailer for this, loved it soo much that I hacked the Region Codes on my DVD players so that I could buy a copy of this and watch it at home. It was worth it - but remember to buy your copy from UK based companies or you could be forced to pay import duty.
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By Tony on 29 Jan. 2015
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This is my cup of tea , i can -not understand why they are not going to do another season .
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110 of 112 people found the following review helpful
ABC Strikes Again... 13 May 2012
By DispointedSF - Published on
Format: DVD
As the title say...ABC has done it again. It has canceled another wonderful show filled with promise, wonderful and hilarious characters with actors like Kristen Chenoweth and Annie Potts who steals the show for me every time they are in front of the camera. I can't believe that the head of ABC has the audacity to keep tired shows like the Bachelor and Bachelorette going season after season. We all know that show has the same lame-ass formula where the couple will end up breaking up after their five-minute of fame fades away. Meanwhile shows like GCB and Missing gets cancelled without giving it a real chance to succeed but instead be included to ABC's purgatory of shows with high potential and a loyal following with such other gem of a show like Nightstalker (2007), The Gates (2010), No Ordinary Family (2010-2011) and Wipeout.

I will miss seeing GCB in fall 2012. With Desperate Housewives ending for good, what will Sunday be like without the hilarious Ms. Chenoweth, the beautiful Ms Bibb, the always affable Ms Potts, and the rest of the hilarious cast of GCB. At least when the DVD comes out for sale, I will have it to remember this short-lived show and the laughter that this show brought me on Sunday nights.

115 of 120 people found the following review helpful
Cancelled Too Soon: Southern Fried Sassiness (And Silliness) That's Actually Quite Fun 4 May 2012
By K. Harris - Published on
Format: DVD
Everything is bigger in Texas and ABC's comic soap opera "GCB" is out to prove it! Completely over-the-top (and I mean that as a compliment), this show plays to and skewers every Southern cliche imaginable. From Dallas society to religious propriety, the sharp screenplays always have their tongues planted firmly in cheek and the ten episodes of Season One are filled with scandal, infidelities, old rivalries, and even a song or two. Creator Robert Harling adapted the colorfully titled Kim Gatlin novel which doesn't abbreviate just what GCB stands for. ABC, apparently a bit shy about employing the B-word in the show's title, briefly flirted with the notion of Good Christian Belles (which sells out Gatlin's entire premise) but then settled on GCB as an appropriate compromise (and then promptly and ironically rolled out another mid-season replacement sitcom in which the B-word figured prominently in the title). Meant to recapture some of the luster of the aging and wildly uneven "Desperate Housewives," the show failed to build on that ratings lead-in and it's a shame. If more people had sampled "GCB," they might have been caught up in its madcap antics!

"GCB" addresses what happens when a former mean girl returns to her hometown roots to reunite with old high school friends and rivals. Leslie Bibb is this reformed baddie who arrives in Dallas in shame after her criminal husband has died under scandalous circumstances. Her controlling mother (Annie Potts) welcomes her and her two kids with open arms, but a quartet of former acquaintances aren't quite so accepting. Bibb, though, is truly trying to be a better person. Her friends, meanwhile, who have all achieved success start to feel old insecurities creep back. The show is crisp and sassy and quite a bit of fun. The plots, however, play second fiddle to one of the more spry and hysterical comic ensembles on TV. The cast is really the star of this show!

Bibb is wildly appealing and I'm not sure why she isn't a bigger star. Potts has her best role in years and chews up every scene she's in as the Republican gun-toting matriarch figure. Kristin Chenoweth is delightful as the primary foil and serves up diva deliciousness (I couldn't resist upping the cheese factor) with unapologetic abandon. She is the piece's largest villain, but you've got to love her just the same and her faithful husband (David James Elliott) balances her perfectly. And she gets to sing--always a welcome diversion. Miriam Shor is a revelation as she battles Chenoweth for dominance of their little group and her marriage of convenience to her best friend (a great Mark Deklin) provides one of the most interesting relationships on the show. Jennifer Aspen plays the group's more trusting and easily influenced member, and her attraction to the local pastor is quite funny. The last lady is played by Marisol Nichols (who is lovely), but in a cast with such big personalities--she can often be overshadowed.

Episodes are presented in anamorphic widescreen video, with English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, and subtitles in Spanish and French. This 3-disc set includes all ten episodes (approx 430 minutes) with Bonus Material including:

Episode Commentaries
Deleted and Extended Scenes
Bigger in Texas
Living Large
Preaching to the Choir
High School Lessons
Spicy Scripture - Relationship Lessons

The show doesn't do subtlety! It's loud, fun and completely outrageous. Maybe it wasn't the best show on network TV, but it was one of the more wildly entertaining ones. And as not enough viewers have turned out, these ten episodes are probably the end. I guess it's back to watching the endless procedural crime shows on TV. Ughhh. In that landscape, "GCB" felt like a breath of fresh air. KGHarris, 5/12.
73 of 77 people found the following review helpful
Sharp Wit, Great Acting, and Southern Accents 24 Mar. 2012
By etc. reviews - Published on
Format: DVD
I've been a Kristin Chenoweth fan since "Pushing Daisies." Her amazing performance of Olive Snook made her a scene-stealer, to say the least. Since then, I've been purchasing her albums, seeing her shows, etc., but I couldn't wait to see her return on TV. I didn't really know what GCB would be like, but Kristin's appearance in it was enough to spark my interest.
GCB, originally titled "Good Christian Bitches," quickly became one of my favorite new shows. Along with Chenoweth, the series stars Leslie Bibb, the amazing Annie Potts, as well as a cavalcade of more talent. The shows sharp wit provides a take on all the "Holier than Thou" people in our lives, as well as a play on the Texan stereotype. It's not in the least bit offensive, just hilarious. After the conviction of her husband, a business man who played the old Ponzi-Scheme, Amanda (Leslie Bibb) returns to her hometown in Texas to live with her mother and children. There she finds her former classmates, who she tortured, including a new neighbor/old foe (Kristin Chenoweth) named Carlene. By new, I don't mean a new person, but an old classmate whose numerous plastic surgeries give a new look to the acne-ridden, firzzy-haired teenager that Amanda once tortured, along with Carlene's many friends (Sharon, Cricket, and Heather). Carlene's rat-pack plan revenge on the newly vulnerable Amanda.
An entertaining mix of wit, talent, and strong under-lying story-lines, GCB is a show that will entertain from beginning to start. And it's sure to entertain on DVD. The DVD will feature Featurettes, Audio Commentaries, and Bloopers on a three-disc, ten episode set.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
GCB is Great! ABC Does It Again! Remember Pushing Daisies! 25 May 2012
By Wmsontree - Published on
Format: DVD
The show Good Christian Belles "GCB" is a very entertaining show. A great storyline with some really talented actors/actresses. I am a huge fan of Kristin Chenoweth and she is so good in this show. Anybody that has seen Kristin perform can attest she can play comedy or drama with the best of them. As for the opportunities she got to sing on the show, well those were spectacular! Kristin Chenoweth and singing is as natural for her as breathing is for everybody else. I always say .."A SONG has no better friend than Kristin Chenoweth!". ABC had a wonderfully gifted performer and set her and crew aside. Remember Pushing Daisies, that was another great show by ABC, only to exit out way too early. GCB was a show with a very believable plot and a very talented bunch indeed. I thought all played off of each other well and there was plenty of growth there for a young show. Many shows have slow starts (although I personally don't think of this one in that way). Annie Potts is a great actress. Leslie Bibb was really good in her part as well. They were so many good actors that played their parts well with some pretty good lines scattered in also. I still think Kristin Chenoweth is a real HOOT when it comes to comedy. The one-liners are priceless. When you use the term CHARACTERS in the show, they sure were that. That's a great reason for buying this treasure. I hope ABC will rethink there cancellation of this show and bring it back for a second season. You would think ABC would give a series two or possibly three seasons to show it's stuff, I know there is enough money invested in it to warrant a chance. I think it is more important than ever for a fan of this show to buy this season one, if anything to show ABC the potential for future sells is very much alive! This is a great purchase!
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Thank God This Is Being Released on DVD! 10 Jun. 2012
By Scott Satellite - Published on
Format: DVD
I'm banging the Save GCB drum as loud as possible.

How can ABC be so cruel as to bring the lovely Annie Potts back to Prime Time to create one of funniest yet most stylish TV characters ever just to take her away? The chemistry between all the characters is just magic on this show and the casting was flawless. I am completely shocked GCB was not picked up as the show was hysterical from the start and maintained its high level of stylish fun week after week.

I can't wait to get the DVDs of the show but hope and pray ABC wakes up and realizes what a terrible mistake they have made. I say we send a smart, savvy business woman like Cricket Caruth-Reilly in to fire all the ABC programmers. Cricket is certainly sharp enough to know you don't cancel a higher-rated show over a lower-rated one just because of a little controversy from a few malcontents. She knows, as does the rest of the world, controversy sells!

Annie, Miriam, Jennifer, Leslie, Kristin, and Marisol, I hope you and all the GCB fellas realize how much so many of us loved and enjoyed your fine performances on GCB.

I haven't given up yet!!!!!!


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