Win a Copy of Lie to Me: Season One on DVD!


I don’t know how many of you had a chance to check out Lie to Me, but it is a pretty awesome show. Now we have a pretty awesome giveaway for our pretty awesome readers. We have three copies of Lie to Me: Season One to give away, so keep on reading for the goods.

The average person tells three lies in ten minutes of conversation. From writer Samuel Baum (“The Evidence”) and the executive producers of “24” and “Arrested Development” comes “Lie To Me,” a compelling drama series inspired by the scientific discoveries of Dr. Paul Ekman, a real-life specialist who can read clues embedded in the human face, body and voice to expose both truth and lies in criminal investigations. The first season debuts on DVD on August 25 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

In this powerful and engaging new drama from Imagine Television, the producers of 24, Tim Roth stars as Dr. Cal Lightman, a deception expert whose uncanny ability to read facial expressions and body language makes him a virtual human polygraph. Joined by psychologist Dr. Gillian Foster, Lightman tackles compelling cases of sabotage, scandal and murder, always uncovering the one thing that matters most—the truth.

And now, the good stuff:

Three (3) lucky readers will receive a copy of Lie to Me: Season One on DVD. All you have to do to enter is be one of our Twitter followers and retweet this article. Go to Twitter and follow @Rejectnation and stay in the loop on all things FSR. Here’s a quick 1-2-3 guide to entering:

  1. If you don’t already have one, go to and sign up for a free account.
  2. Go to and follow Film School Rejects.
  3. Re-tweet the following twitter update by posting the following to your Twitter stream: RT @rejectnation: Win a Copy of Lie to Me: Season One on DVD! – (RT to enter)
  4. Done.

Winners will be chosen at random on September 8, 2009.

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