Television programs that were released this week on DVD include:
v “Justified — season 3”: Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins, Neil McDonough and Jeremy Davies star in this Appalachian crime drama (back on air Jan. 8 on FX); includes a making-of featurette, set tour and more, with Blu-ray adding a Olyphant-Goggins chat; $56 DVD/ $76 Blu-ray, from Sony.
v “Shameless — season 2”: William H. Macy stars in Showtime’s raucous look at a low-rent Chicago family (back Jan. 13); includes actor pairs discussing season events and more; $40 DVD/ $50 Blu-ray, Warner.
v “Cagney & Lacey — complete series”: Amazon.com is selling this 32-disc set of all episodes featuring Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless as New York police partners. CagneyandLacey.com is selling a 36-disc “limited edition” adding early episodes of Daly with Meg Foster, plus producer Barney Rosenzweig’s audio book, other extras. Amazon pricing around $155; “limited edition” $140.
v “Gordon Ramsay — Cookalong Live”: Four discs from the UK series demonstrate eight menus taking just one hour (includes laminated menu cards); $40, BFS.
v “So: Peter Gabriel”: The classic albums docuseries looks at MTV’s 1986 video mainstay; $15 DVD/ $20 Blu-ray, Eagle Rock.
“life on fire” (10 p.m., pbs): “Life on Fire” is a new documentary series that offers viewers an up-close look at volcanoes and the effect they have on the environment around them. Jeremy Irons narrates.
“american horror story — asylum” (10 p.m., fx): The crazy creepiness continues on “American Horror Story: Asylum” as the Monsignor (Joseph Fiennes) has a run-in with the devil and Dr. Arden’s (James Cromwell) experimenting comes to a surprising conclusion.
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Museum extends Old Russia exhibit
The Old Russian Christmas display at the Sutliff Museum is being held over through Jan. 7, which is Orthodox Christmas. The exhibit includes traditional icons, samovars, nesting dolls, silverware and painted woodenware and other items.
The museum, located in the Warren-Trumbull library, is open from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Admission is free. For information, go to sutliffmuseum.org.
Youth acting classes at Salem theater
Salem Community Theatre is offering youth acting classes beginning Jan. 12. Taught by playwrighter/director/drama instructor Patricia M. Fagan, the classes will be held on five consecutive Saturdays, with a “work sharing” session Feb. 16 for families to observe student progress. Classes will be divided into three age groups: grades 1-3 (9:30-10:45 a.m.), grades 4-6 (11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.), and grades 7-12 (12:30-1:45 p.m.).
The fee is $50 per student for the entire course. Class size is limited.
For information and registration, call Fagan at 330-788-1498 or the theater office at 330-332-9688; or go to salemcommunitytheatre.org.