Notable Home Video Releases – Week of 2/26/13 - “Power Rangers,” “Breaking Dawn,” “Law & Order,” “The Master”

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From the end of a romantic saga to the latest set of an enduring legal series to a beloved 90s children's show, there are a variety of notable home video releases available on DVD and Blu-Ray in North America on the week of February 26, 2013.

Here are some of the notable home video releases in the United States (Region 1) for the week of February the 26th, 2013:

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II” [Special Release Date: Saturday, March 2nd] (Lionsgate Films, Rated PG-13, DVD/Blu-Ray) – The final installment of the film series adapting Stephanie Meyer's mega-hit vampire/werewolf romance saga will be released on a Saturday instead of a Tuesday in North America. Starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, “Breaking Dawn Part II” tells the final fate of Bella Swan, Edward, Jacob and the all the rest.

“Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Season 2 – Volume 1” (Shout! Factory) – This TV-on-DVD release features the first half of the second season of the 90s smash hit “Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.” This season introduces Lord Zedd, the Rangers' latest adversary. Later, it also introduces the White Ranger, the first new Ranger to enter the series. Featuring episodes 61 through 86 of the series, Season 2, Volume 1 is a three disc set.

“The Master” (Anchor Bay, Rated R) – This drama, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams tells the tale of a war veteran who meets the leader of a religious movement and joins up with him to spread the word of this movement across the country. Releasing on both Blu-Ray and DVD, the Blu-Ray release features extras such as deleted scenes and the theatrical trailer for the film.

“Law & Order: The Complete Twelfth Season” (Universal Home Video) – The enduring NBC crime drama that spanned two decades sees its twelfth season released. This is the first season starring Elisabeth Rohm, and the show also stars Jerry Orbach, S. Epatha Merkerson and Sam Waterston. The twelfth season DVD release features 24 episodes.

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