Pacific Coast Academy, an elite, all boys boarding school will now be accepting female students for the first time since the school was established in 1923. Zoey Brooks (Jamie Lynn Spears) decides to be one of the first girls to become a student at Pacific Coast Academy. Very exciting, but also very scary. Fitting in at a new school is hard enough, but going away to a boarding school and living on your own at age 13 can get crazy, especially when the girls are heavily outnumbered by the boys. The main DVD program will feature a double length episode plus two bonus episodes.
A spring break promising fun and sun turns competitive when Zoey (Jamie Lynn Spears) and her friends find themselves pitted against one another in Zoey 101: Spring Break-Up
. When Logan's dad, a big television producer, invites Zoey, Lola, Nicole, Quinn, Logan, Chase, Michael and Dustin to spend spring break at his fancy summer home in Santa Barbara, the gang is ecstatic. What they don't know is that they are actually a test group for a new television reality show called "Gender Defenders" in which boys compete against girls to prove who is superior mentally, physically, and creatively. The initially good-natured competition turns ugly thanks to a misunderstanding and Zoey and Chase's (Sean Flynn) friendship is seriously jeopardized in the process. Full of action, teen angst and emotion, and accompanied by popular music, Zoey 101 will not disappoint audiences ages 8 to 14. DVD extras include two bonus episodes, "Quinn's Date" and "Little Beach Party," as well as bloopers, a behind the scenes look at Jamie Lynn Spears and Sean Flynn, a set tour, and a look through the "Zoey Cam." --Tami Horiuchi