The extras included with the set are all relatively standard fare. They include commentary tracks, behind the scenes bits and pieces, deleted scenes, video profiles, and an Ultraviolet code. All of it is vaguely interesting, but there really is nothing here that is a must watch or that will stick with you long after being viewed… except for the discussion of eating pig's feet by Dylan Taylor (he plays policeman Andrew O'Brien). That section is pretty memorable (and seems to not wholly be true after watching the episode). Be warned with the Ultraviolet code, as of this moment the link on the sheet included with the code seems not to work. Going directly to Flixster and navigating their menus does, however, result in success.
Copper is good sleuther with a bunch of interesting characters who probably just shouldn't be together. Fans of both period pieces and the police drama genre will find a lot to like there. Just one other note, it is rather gruesome and cruel at times and consequently probably isn't for the squeamish. The series is BBC America's first original scripted program and shows the network is off to a pretty good start.