Parks and Recreation Season 7 and The Complete Series Box Set (including all 125 episodes on 7 discs loaded with bonus features) are available for the first time in the UK on DVD on Monday 29 June.
To celebrate the release, we’ve got a complete boxset to give away to one of our Twitter followers and three Season 7 boxsets for runners-up!
For a chance to win, just follow @CultBoxTV on Twitter and tweet the following text:
Follow @CultBoxTV and RT for a chance to win Parks and Recreation boxsets #ParksCB
The show has a massive IMDB Rating of 8.6/10, and Season 7 has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Set in 2017, this final season stars 2014 Golden Globe winner Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope Regional Director of The National Park Service, she takes on the rise of fictional tech company Gryzzl, who have designs on her beloved Pawnee.
Guest stars in Season 7 include Jon Hamm, Paul Rudd, Werner Herzog, Josh Groban, Questlove, Ginuwine and Bill Murray as The Mayor of Pawnee. Plus political heavyweights VP Joe Biden, Senator John McCain and first woman to become the US Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright
The whole series mirrors the rise of Hollywood Superstar Chris Pratt. He was originally scheduled to appear in only six episodes of the first season – but won over the producers and became a regular. He then won the lead in Guardians of the Galaxy, after shedding 60lbs. He is now the star of Jurassic World – the highest grossing debut of all time.
This competition has now closed. The winners are Alice McQueen from Bournemouth, Pauline Dennis from Mansfield, Mark Small from West Bromwich and Aaron Carlin from Coventry.
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