Single-season wonders that deserve a DVD release

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Charles Ellis, Nov 1, 2006.

  1. nikkif99uk

    nikkif99uk Supporting Actor

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    What are the chances of Out Of Practice (2005) with Stockard Channing and Christopher Gorham coming to DVD, I thought with Paramount owning the rights we might have seen this show by now.
     
  2. nikkif99uk

    nikkif99uk Supporting Actor

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    How about seeing The Jury (2004) starring Cote de Pablo from NCIS and Adam Busch from Buffy getting a complete series release. Along with The Education of Max Bickford (2001) starring David McCallum from NCIS, Richard Dreyfus and Katee Sackhoff from Battlestar Galactica and The $treet (2000) starring Tom Everett Scott, Jennifer Connelly and Adam Goldberg
     
  3. Charles Ellis

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    Well, to my heartbreak another imaginative police drama has been cancelled after one season: Life On Mars has bit the dust. Last year, it was Moonlight and New Amsterdam, and now this. The good news is that the storyline will be wrapped up on the the 17th and last episode, so don't be surprised if a DVD release is announced by the end of the year.....


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090303/...Tp_mdOTuNxFb8C
     
  4. vanourney

    vanourney Auditioning

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    Masquerade (1983) with Kirstie Alley and Rod Taylor
    Automan (1983)
    Manimal (1983)
    Otherworld (1984)
    Probe
    The Phoenix
    Veritas:The Quest
    Starman
    Whiz Kids
    Reunion
    Mister Sterling
     
  5. nikkif99uk

    nikkif99uk Supporting Actor

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    wish we would see more one season complete series sets being released, surely its better for studios as they are one and done.
     
  6. Robert13

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    I wish they would release more one-season wonders as well. It's a short commitment for the consumer and gives a sense of instant completion. And I think it would provide more of a variety in the tv-on-dvd department. There would be a lot of shows people have never heard of that might try them out. They could be great blind buys.

    I have a bunch I would love to see released on dvd...

    One in a Million (1980)
    Touch Of Grace
    Women in Prison
    Babes
    Ann Jillian Show
    Jennifer Slept Here
    Style & Substance
    Can't Hurry Love
    Gloria
    Flo
    Private Benjamin (2 seasons)
    Working It Out


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  7. Ray_R

    Ray_R Screenwriter

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    The Byrds of Paradise
    Fantasy Island (Malcolm McDowell)
    Key West
    MAX HEADROOM
    Now and Again
    RoboCop: The Series (Available in UK, might import)
    StarMan
    TimeCop
    Time Trax (Two Seasons but could be combined into a complete series?)
    Total Recall 2070

    More?
     
  8. docdoowop

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    "Target: The Corruptors" (ABC/1961). This was a Four-Star production of 35 one-hour episodes starring Stephen McNally as a newspaper rackets reporter. I remember lots of A-list guest stars like Roberts Vaughn and Culp, David Janssen, Brian Keith, Richard Long, Edmond O'Brien, etc. Good show that happened to air opposite "The Twilight Zone" on Fridays.
     

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