List of The Secret Life of The American Teenager Episodes - Home Media

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Each Secret Life season is released on DVD in separate volumes. Season one, confusingly, is sold as volume one and volume two. Season two is sold as volume three and four. Season one, volume one has been released in Regions 1 and 4, while season one, volume two, season two, volume one and two have been released only in Region 1. The season one DVD was released in Australia on December 1, 2009, and a future Blu-ray format is planned for release.

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