How many shows do you want on dvd from UPN?

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  1. todd s

    todd s Lead Actor

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    the following list I found on a UPN station. It shows all of the shows UPN has run.

    Here is the link: http://www.upn11tv.com/shows/old_shows/index.htm

    Also, you can go to pages that have info on each of the shows if you put your mouse over the show names.
     
  2. Rob Speicher

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    The only original UPN show I've ever watched was The Strip, and that was a while ago so I don't remember if it was even good.

    I've since watched Dilbert and Gary & Mike on Comedy Central and Home Movies on Cartoon Network.
     
  3. Marty M

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    The better question for me is: "How many shows on UPN do you even watch." For me personally, the answer is none. That would also be answer for UPN show DVDs I would purchase.
     
  4. Peter Miller

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    There were some great shows the UPN cancelled that I would not hesitate to purchase on DVD:

    Mercy Point
    Nowhere Man
    The Beat
    Level 9
    Legend
    Special Unit 2

    True, UPN has definitely aired a lot of garbage, but if you actually took the time to watch some of the shows instead of crapping all over everything assuming, "Because it's on UPN, it must be bad!" you would have found some diamonds in the rough.
     
  5. Josh Sieg

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    Clueless!
     
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    The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer!!!!! well spoofed on Clerks: The Animated Series
     
  7. MatthewLouwrens

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    Definitely Nowhere Man, in a heartbeat.
    Nothing else on that list that interests me (Hell, most of them I've never even heard of).
     
  8. Jared M

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    most definately gary and mike--the complete series
     
  9. JohnDMoore

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    "Home Movies." Among the best shows of all time. But I understand Scholastic has the rights to it? Have they ever released any DVDs?
     
  10. george kaplan

    george kaplan Executive Producer

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    I used to watch the Hughleys, but I can't see myself buying it on dvd. Probably the only one I'd buy is Enterprise, though I have to admit I'm on the fence with it - not great, but not as bad as many have made out.
     
  11. David Lambert

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    So it's just "old shows", like the title says. That's why no mention of Jake 2.0 or Enterprise. Ah.
     
  12. Lyle_JP

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    If you're a "Nowhere Man" fan like I am, don't bug Paramount for this one, bug Disney. Nowhere Man, while a UPN show, was produced by Touchstone Television.

    Disney did a fine job bringing Sorkin's "Sports Night" to DVD. I believe this is an equally worthy project.

    -Lyle J.P.
     
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    Seven Days.
     
  14. Tim_Prasuhn

    Tim_Prasuhn Stunt Coordinator

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    -Gary and Mike
    -Nowhere Man
    -Seven Days
    that one with the virus and the hazmat specialists - Hot Zone? Damn, I can't remember the name. It was on mid ninties, probably overlapped with Nowhere Man
    -Dilbert - on its way!

    probably more I can't remember
     

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