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Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday.
- The Bob Newhart Show (Seasons 1-4)
- The Catherine Tate Show (Season 2)
- Dark Angel (Complete Series)
- Day Break (Complete Series)
- Frisky Dingo (Season 1)
- Green Acres (Seasons 1-3)
- The Invisible Man (Season 1)
- The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Seasons 1-4)
- Midsomer Murders (Set 10)
- Party of Five (Season 3)
- The Price is Right, Best of
- Reba (Seasons 1-4)
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday.
- Coach (Season 3)
- Cops: 20th Anniversary Edition
- Disney’s Little Einsteins: Race for Space
- Dora the Explorer: Big Sister Dora/City of Lost Toys
- Dragon Ball Z (Season 4)
- He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Volume 1)
- La Fea Mas Bella
- The Lucy Show (Collector’s Edition)
- 60 Minutes: Fathers, Sons and Brothers UPDATED
- 60 Minutes: Gordon B. Hinckley
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Season 2, Part 1)
- Walker, Texas Ranger (Season 4)
It has been nearly five years since that fateful May night when BTVS fans witnessed the end of their beloved TV series. The following years, fans have intently watched as their favorite characters have branched off to new projects, leaving little hope of a BTVS movie, which so many “Buffy” lovers have longed and hoped for. Unfortunately, there are still no concrete plans of a movie, but fans have the Paley Center for Media (formerly the Museum of Television and Radio) to be eternally grateful to—they have announced a Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunion on Thursday, March 20th at the historic Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, CA!
In need of a few gift ideas? Here are some of the TV on DVD options you can find on the shelves this Tuesday.
- 24 (Season 6)
- 7th Heaven (Season 5)
- Battlestar Galactica: ‘Razor’
- Crank Yankers, The Best Of
- Diagnosis Murder (Season 3)
- Dinner for Five: ‘Best of Directors’
- Dinner for Five: ‘On the Road’
- The Grafters (Season 2)
- House of Payne (Volume 1)
- Instant Star (Season 2)
- Law and Order: SVU (Season 4)
- Saturday Night Live (Season 2)
- Touched by an Angel (Season 4, Volume 2)
- Will & Grace (Season 7)
- The Wire (Season 4)
Here are some of the TV-on-DVD options you can find on the shelves this Tuesday. There are several complete collections now available just in time for the holiday season.
- Angel (Complete Series Collector’s Set)
- CSI: Miami (Season 5)
- Everybody Loves Raymond (The Complete Series)
- Family Guy (Freakin’ Party Pack)
- I Love Lucy (Complete Series)
- Looney Tunes (Golden Collection, Vol. 5)
- Magnum P.I. (Season 7)
- Miami Ink (Season 1)
- My So-Called Life (Complete Series)
- October Road (Season 1)
- The Outer Limits (Volume 3)
- Scrubs (Season 6)
- Twin Peaks (The Definitive Gold Box Edition)
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Lauren Graham, newly unattached since the ending of The Gilmore Girls, has just scored a large deal with NBC. After many years playing Lorelai Gilmore on the WB (now CW), Lauren had been courted by several other studios wanting their chance to work with the actress. Seven-figures later, the Evan Almighty star finally chose to settle with the Peacock network. A group of writers will be collaborating with Graham to develop a project specifically around her.
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Joe Francis, head of the Girls Gone Wild franchise, has reportedly extended a business opportunity Vanessa Hudgens’ way. Francis—who is currently locked up in Nevada for just one of his many legal woes—proved that even behind bars, he likes to help poor girls out. Should Vanessa need some financial help, she could make a nice $500,000 just by joining the GGW family. Well Isn’t that sweet?
Before I go on, let me make a few things clear: #1) I think Vanessa was a complete idiot for snapping a photo that would inevitably be leaked. #2) I would never advise her to be associated with anyone named Joe or Francis. But here’s a thought: Should Hudgens want to avoid being typecast in the Disney mold, would her ‘unfortunate’ situation give her the opportunity to break free?
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Well that was fast. Or maybe not, by Hollywood’s standards. Newlyweds Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Esposito have called it quits. If you’re keeping track, they’ve only been married for four months. TMZ.com has reported that the two filed for divorce today citing, you guessed it, irreconcilable differences. They got married in December, just two months after announcing their engagement. Couldn’t they figure out before they tied the knot that they were incompatible? Apparently they split sometime before filing for divorce, with Cooper’s rep saying, “Actually they’ve been separated for quite a while.” You may remember Esposito from Spin City and the Best Picture film Crash, as well as the series Related. Cooper was on Alias and (sadly) the short-lived series Kitchen Confidential.
Read More | People
Am I experiencing deja vu? It seemed like last year was going to be the series finale of 7th Heaven, then they returned for yet another season after the merger of WB and UPN (to become CW). Yes, that did happen, but this year they are really wrapping things up. Really. And you know, they can’t really complain too much—7th Heaven has been the longest running family drama on television, with its first show airing in 1996. May 13th marks the series finale, which will no doubt bring in a fair share of viewers. Last May’s season finale brought in the highest ratings in over two years. While this show never hooked me, there are plenty of fans out there who will be sad to see it go. Besides, it did put Jessica Biel and Barry Watson on the map, so all is not lost.
Read More | Yahoo! News
The axe just keeps falling—the latest casualty is the CW’s drama Runaway. With only four episodes aired, this new series barely got off the ground to provide itself. This is the one about a family on the run, when dad (Donnie Wahlberg) is accused of murder. Of course, it’s all just a misunderstanding, as he is really innocent. The series aired Mondays at 9:00 p.m., then CW moved Runaway to Sunday, but the move didn’t make any impact on ratings. CW will fill the slot with repeats until another replacement is announced. As you recall, CW came about when UPN and WB combined. Runaway was only one of two series from the newborn network. The other was the comedy The Game.
Read More | CNN
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