DVD Giveaway: Enter to Win Raising Hope Season 1
September 21, 2011 Giveaways

Find Raising Hope Season 1 on DVD at AmazonRaising Hope was my favorite new comedy of last season and it has now arrived in stores on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011. And, thanks to @FoxHomeEnt and Think Jam promotions, TVaholic has three copies of the DVD to give away. All you have to do is follow the easy instructions, which pretty much amounts to answering the question below in the comments on this post. Good Luck!

What Is the Prize?

  • One of three Raising Hope: The Complete First Season DVD sets, which includes all 22 episodes, exclusive featurettes, deleted and extended scenes, a gag reel, commentaries and the un-aired pilot never shown on television.

How Do I Enter?

Leave a comment on this post below as follows:

  • Tell us your favorite thing about the first season of Raising Hope?
  • If you haven’t seen it, tell us why you’d like to watch the first season of Raising Hope?

What Are the Rules?

  1. Limit one entry per person. Subsequent entries will be disqualified. Must be 18 and a legal resident of the United States. Must include a valid name and email address, which we will only use to contact you, if your comment is selected as the winner. Odds of winning depend on number of legitimate entries. The use of automated devices to enter the giveaway is prohibited. There is no responsibility assumed by for lost or late entries, or any computer, online telephone, or technical malfunctions that may occur.
  2. Each comment is time stamped and numbered. Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. PT, Tuesday, October 4th, 2011. Three numbers will be drawn at random using the random integer generator at and the corresponding comments will be selected as the winners.
  3. The winners will be notified via email. Overzealous spam filters can sometimes eat the message, so please check your spam folder or come back to this page to see if you’ve won. You will have until October 7th, 2011 to respond. Once the winners have responded with their U.S. shipping address to claim their prize, the winners’ name and state will be added to this post. If you don’t respond in time, a new winner will be selected. Prizes lost, stolen, or damaged during shipping cannot be replaced and winners are responsible for any taxes resulting from the receipt of prizes. Any and all guarantees and warranties of prizes are subject to the manufacturer’s terms and conditions, and winners agree to contact the prize manufacturers for any such warranty or guarantee claim.

And the Winners Are

Screenshot of the numbers drawn at for the Raising Hope S.1 DVD Giveaway

  • #4 – Marleen Leach of North Las Vegas, NV is the first winner of Raising Hope season one on DVD.
  • #16 – Bill Norris of Eugene, OR is the second winner of Raising Hope season one on DVD.
  • #12 – Karin Aaberg of Tenstrike, MN is the third winner of Raising Hope season one on DVD.

Update 10.05.2011: Added winner information and sent email notifications.

"31" Comments
  1. Im a huge Martha Plimpton fan, so I initially tunned in, just for her. It has turned into one of my favorite shows on TV. Just the family dynamic, its something we can all somewhat to relate too, and its nice to sit back one night a week, and just laugh at characters who don’t take themselves very seriously. Hope is such a adorable baby, and she really brings the family together, its like they needed her just as much as she needed them.

  2. I loved Raising hope, my favorite part is how great Bert is.
    he is always kind and loving to his family but still funny.
    But i do love them all.

  3. The family dynamic on the show is easily something everyone can relate to. And Hope’s facial expressions are pretty much the cutest things on TV!

  4. I love the expression on Hope’s face…and Cloris Leachman is so funny. Very enjoyable entertainment.

  5. I haven’t seen the show but I really wish I could have seen it from the beginning based on the awesome things you say about it on the TV Times 3 podcast. Season 1 on DVD would let me catch up… oh, and I’ve loved Martha Plimpton since The Goonies!

  6. I like Garrett Dillahunt.

  7. I love the show Raising Hope. I feel like as crazy as it is, it also shows true love within a family. I love how all the characters interact, and I look forward to watching it every week

  8. Cloris Leachman. She was fab-u-lous. The dynamic of the family and the obvious love they all feel for each other was an underlying thread to the whole fabric of the ridiculousness of the show. Easily my favorite.

  9. I tuned in because I was a huge fan of My Name is Earl, but I stayed because this show is absolutely precious. Let’s face it, the baby playing Hope is just about the most charismatic baby I’ve seen on TV in a long time :)

  10. I love grandma! She is so funny. I think the best was when she was playing Jenga to music and then she had to rescue Hope in the shed. She just makes me smile!

  11. I haven’t seen this show, but Cloris Leachman’s presence is enough to make me want to own it. Did you see her on Malcolm in the Middle? So funny.

  12. I’ve never seen it. I’d like to see it cuz I love comedies– but like to watch at my own pace–and when I need a laugh.

  13. I didn’t get the memo that I should have been watching this show.
    Need to get the DVD to catchup on what I missed!

  14. I want to see this show mostly for Cloris Leachman. She is hilarious!

  15. One of my favorite things is when we learned baby Hope’s original name, Princess Beyonce!

  16. when they drug out the home movies and at the end of the episode while watchin MeeMaw seeing a Icecream truck on the blanket being used for a screen jumps up runs for the truck and gets caught up in the banket as shes screaming for icecream.

  17. i haven’t seen it but I heard it was pretty good-My mom loves it so I’d like to win it for her

  18. my fav thing is my gf likes this show (i haven’t seen it)

  19. Would have to say that I love everything on Raising Hope. The writing, cast and so on are just awesome! :D

  20. I Saw 15 mins of it one night when I was off of work and fell in love with it and have wanted to watch it ever since but I always had work when it was on.

  21. I did remember Cloris Leachman from DWTS that’s what caught my attention first. Out of curiosity I tuned in to “Raising Hope” – love the cast

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  22. I’ve been a Cloris Leachman fan since the Mary Tyler Moore Show, for crying out loud. That’s old school.

    I’m old.

  23. I love the whole family dynamics, especially Hope’s grandma and grandma. Too funny!!

  24. I LOVEd the episodes of Raising Hope that I was able to catch and want to hit myself upside the head for not recording the others…I loved the ep when Hope’s mom had sent the video to Hope…holy cow. And I loved the “edited” version at the end….

  25. What don’t I love about this show?? This is the funniest show on TV. I loved the flirting episode, oh, and the germ episode, hilarious! I hope this stays on TV for a long time. BTW…the 2nd season started out even better with the family believing Jimmy was once a child music prodigy and it turns out they only were drunk, priceless!

  26. Maw Maw!!!!!

  27. I want to watch it because I’ve heard it’s really good and I’m always looking for a good laugh.

  28. What I really like about Raising hope is that it contains outrageous comedy, yet the show still has a heart. This heart is usually exhibited at the end of the show. It seems a part of this heart is that the outrageous characters still remain sensitive to the family by the end of the show.

  29. I love so much about Raising Hope, but I think the best part was how the season finale was such a gift to those of us who watched loyally all season long. It was a hilarious look at “How we got here.”

  30. It has the perfect blend of class comedy, family values, and will-they-won’t-they “romance.” Plus every time baby Hope appears on screen my heart melts.

  31. Thanks to the 30 people who entered. Now it’s time to randomly select the winners. Good Luck!

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