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Shows You Hope Will Be Completed In 2007

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Brian Himes, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. Dan*T

    Dan*T Well-Known Member

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    Here's my wish list;

    Charlie's Angels (come on, lets finish the last two already!!)
    T.J. Hooker (three more seasons)
    The Incredible Hulk (four seasons in three releases)
    Roseanne
    Magnum P.I. (three more)
    Miami Vice
    The Rockford Files (where's season 3?)
    Taxi (what the hell happened?)
    Hunter (what the hell happened?
    Kojak

    New releases I would love to see

    WKRP (first & foremost)
    CHIPS
    The Ropers
    Three's A Crowd
    Rhoda
    Mr.Belvedere
     
  2. Bill GrandPre

    Bill GrandPre Well-Known Member

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    I'm hoping for Seasons 8 & 9 of "Seinfeld" but that's pretty much a given, Sony will undoubtedly have a "Seinfeld" release this time next year, it's just a question of whether they release Season 8 solo or alongside Season 9. Their experiment with releasing Season 4 in May (of '05) obviously didn't work out but I hope that the Holiday dual-release strategy of '04 and '05 was a success and that Season 7 was given a solo release for no other reason than the odd number of remaining seasons because the idea of waiting another year to finish this show is frustrating enough and the idea of waiting TWO years is almost maddening.

    The three shows with uncertain futures I'd like to see finished next year are "The Adventures of Pete & Pete", "Upright Citizens Brigade" and the animated version of "The Tick".

    I have no idea how well "The Tick" has sold but "Pete & Pete" seems to be ready to go and Paramount just seems to be sitting on it.

    I'm not holding my breath for any future "UCB" seasons but it's got to the point where I wouldn't even care about my 2-disc Season 1 release being rendered obsolete if Comedy Central would just put out a six-disc box set of the complete series.
     

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