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What are you hoping for in 2006?


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#101 of 118 OFFLINE   Ben King

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Posted September 19 2005 - 03:37 AM

More of:

Twin Peaks
Miami Vice
Moonlighting
Dallas
Dynasty
The Golden Girls
Magnum P.I.
Night Gallery
NYPD Blue

Unreleased:

Knots Landing
Batman (1960's series)
The Man From UNCLE
Mission: Impossible
Falcon Crest
Flamingo Road
The Colbys
Emerald Point N.A.S.
The Golden Palace
Hill Street Blues
St. Elsewhere
Thirtysomething
Cagney And Lacey
Kate And Allie
Automan
Street Hawk
Manimal

Re-release of Roseanne and The Cosby Show first seasons with uncut episodes.

#102 of 118 OFFLINE   Katherine_K

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Posted September 19 2005 - 04:25 AM

Looking for continuations of ....

Law and Order (S5-S13, S15)
Law and Order SVU (S3-4, S6)
Law and Order Criminal Intent (S2, S4)
West Wing (S6)
ER (S5+)
Pretender (S3-S4)

I fully expect some releases in these series in 2006, though I really do wish that the universal sets would come out at a faster clip. That's a LOT of Law and Order still on the unreleased shelf. It wouldn't be too hard to fill in SVU and CI so they are at least continuous. I don't expect Law and Order Trial By Jury, though I'd like that too.

What I have suspicions of...

Seaquest DSV

It's recent abortive announcement to the retail community at least suggests that it's not far from the minds of studeo, and I'm hoping that while it's not coming in 2005 that does bode well for 2006.

Things I've heard nothing of and would really like to see (and believe there is a market for)

Picket Fenses
The Practice

And lastly, things that have no chance of coming but I'd sell my own mother for...

China Beach (Muisc Rights Hell)
JAG (My understanding is that this can not be released until the current syndication contract is up, does anyone know how long that has to run on it, I believe NBC/USA Network has it right now but I could be wrong).

#103 of 118 OFFLINE   ElijahS

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Posted September 19 2005 - 04:43 AM

I'll second some of those:

Law & Order S5-S13,S15
Law & Order: SVU S3-S4,S6
Law & Order: CI S2,S4
Law & Order: TBJ S1
The West Wing S6
Scrubs S3-S4
The Practice S1-S8
Boston Legal S1
Ally McBeal S1-S5
Batman S1-S3
Lois & Clark S2-S4
Superman: TAS V3
Murphy Brown S2-S10
The Nanny S2-S6
Roseanne S2-S9
Mad About You S3-S7
The Mary Tyler Moore Show S3-S7
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STUDIO 60 ON THE SUNSET STRIPThe all-new drama from the creator of THE WEST WING and SPORTS NIGHTPremiering this fall on NBCThe last five minutes of St. Elsewhere is the only television show, ever. Everything else is a daydream.

#104 of 118 OFFLINE   Patricia

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Posted September 19 2005 - 07:49 PM

The Man from UNCLE

Have my fingers crossed.

#105 of 118 OFFLINE   Charles Ellis

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Posted September 20 2005 - 01:41 AM

My wish list for 2006

The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.

Gunsmoke

More seasons of Dynasty

Peyton Place- why hasn't Fox put out the grandaddy of primetime soaps on DVD yet-?

Honey West

Batman- the 1966 classic with Adam West

Vintage variety shows like The Hollywood Palace, Donny & Marie, The Dean Martin Show

Strange Paradise (Canada'a answer to Dark Shadows)

An American Family- the original reality show- see the Loud family almost disintergrate before your eyes!

More Doctor Who releases, but in sequential order. Start with Story #1 "An Unearthly Child" and go from there.

American Bandstand compilations

The Mod Squad- now, THAT was a cool show!

Both U.N.C.L.E. shows

The FBI- An inspiration to Dick Wolf?

Rich Man, Poor Man- the show that first demonstrated the power of the miniseries

Mission: Impossible- the heck with Tom what's his name- I want Peter Graves, Martin Landau, Barbara Bain et cetera!

If I can get first time DVD releases for at least two of the above shows for the coming year, I'll be very happy.
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#106 of 118 OFFLINE   Antonio_G

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Posted September 20 2005 - 01:42 AM

Roseanne: S2 - December 9th

Designing Women: S1 - 2006

#107 of 118 OFFLINE   Charles Ellis

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Posted September 21 2005 - 12:59 AM

Only a day later and there's already an encouraging sign: Paramount is putting out a Gunsmoke "50th Anniversary" collection on 6 discs! Perhaps the public's response will lead to season sets!


http://www.tvshowson...cfm?NewsID=4151
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#108 of 118 OFFLINE   Alan_H

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Posted September 21 2005 - 02:58 AM

Roseanne: S2 - December 6th (most likely in crappy, syndicated episodes)
Fixed.

#109 of 118 OFFLINE   Jeff Willis

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Posted September 21 2005 - 04:06 AM

Mine are in my signature. What a Posted Image sight to see that there are more HTF'ers that are "bionic" fans Posted Image Since those 2 series are coming out in R2 in a few days, maybe '06 for R1's?

Great list, Charles Ellis Posted Image I saw a lot of the same ones that I'm waiting for releases.

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My 2 all-time best blind-buys: "The Fugitive"   "The Donna Reed Show"


#110 of 118 OFFLINE   Charles Ellis

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Posted September 21 2005 - 04:30 AM

Nice to see that there are a lot of us who want to see vintage shows on DVD. BTW Jeff, I'm also praying for a Perry Mason release. The bionic shows are "can't miss"- of course Universal's gonna release them! I do have fond memories of spending Sundays with Steve Austin, Oscar Goldman, Jaime (that is the correct spelling)Sommers, Rudy Wells et al. I'm even looking forward to the "Bigfoot" episodes with Stefanie Powers and possibly one of the cheesiest TV moments ever- Jaime 'singing' "Feelings" as an undercover contestant in the Miss United States pageant!
Bring "The continuing story of PEYTON PLACE" home on DVD: the one that started it all- from Dallas and Dynasty to Desperate Housewives and Gossip Girl!!! Starting this May, see the legendary saga starring Mia Farrow, Ryan O'Neal, Barbara Parkins, and Oscar-winner Dorothy Malone on DVD thru...

#111 of 118 OFFLINE   Jeff Willis

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Posted September 21 2005 - 11:42 AM

Quote:
The bionic shows are "can't miss"- of course Universal's gonna release them!


I hope you're right (for R1 releases). Sometimes it seems that R2 folks get them a lot sooner. I'll get the R2's only if it looks like R1's aren't coming by next March or Apr.

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My 2 all-time best blind-buys: "The Fugitive"   "The Donna Reed Show"


#112 of 118 OFFLINE   ethanTo

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Posted February 19 2006 - 06:22 AM

Twin Peaks Season 2
And somehow incorporating the pilot into a Season 2 set, a repackaged Season 1 set, or even just standalone at an affordable price (no imports).

La Femme Nikita
Season 4+5 packaged into one, to wait another year or 2 for the few episodes of season 5 would be annoying

Roseanne
Which they're doing at a brisk pace, hope they keep it up

The Adventures of Sinbad, Season 2
A pipe dream at best, this seems abandoned. Season 1 was only released from Canada, and its amazon.ca entry doesn't even have a picture. I guess its distribution budget was in line with its production budget hehe

Pirates of Darkwater
Loved that cartoon

Gummi Bears
With the DuckTales/Chip n Dale format, not the Quack Pack/Goof Troop

#113 of 118 OFFLINE   MarkDukes

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Posted February 19 2006 - 06:47 AM

Mama's Family

Any further info on this release?

CHiPs

What is taking so long for this one?

You Can't Do That On Television

Is this one scrapped for good after the latest news?

Dukes of Hazzard season 7 & the reunion TV movies

#114 of 118 OFFLINE   Sean D.

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Posted February 19 2006 - 07:26 AM

The Addams Family
Kenan and Kel
All That (old cast)
Rocko
Gomer Pyle
The Angry Beavers
Whose Line is it any way? U.S.

#115 of 118 OFFLINE   RogerH

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Posted February 19 2006 - 07:54 AM

My wishlist of what hasn't been announced yet are:
The A-Team: Season 5
Airwolf: Season 2 til the end of series
Dukes Of Hazzard: Season 7 + TV Movies
MacGyver: Season 7 + TV Movies
Miami Vice: Season 3 til end of the series
Incredible Hulk: Whole Series
StreetHawk: Complete Series
Blue Thunder: Complete Series
Viper: All Seasons

There are many other but these are the ones I really want.

#116 of 118 OFFLINE   Rex Bachmann

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Posted February 20 2006 - 06:10 PM

My short list of hoped-for releases in 2006:

(1) A Cold Night's Death ( = Chill Factor) (ABC tv movie, 1973)
(2) Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (ABC tv movie, 1973)
(3) Night Stand with Dick Dietrick (????, 1995-'98)
(4) Night Visions (Warner HV, 2001) (the only one of the Twilight Zone-knock-offs to come cose to getting it right)
(5) Special Unit 2 (Paramount HV, 2002)
(6) Thriller (Universal HV, 1960-'62)
(7) Way Out (owned by Andrew Susskind's company, "Pamadisam" (LA), 1961)

"Delenda est . . . . "

 


#117 of 118 OFFLINE   Walter C

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Posted February 21 2006 - 04:47 AM

Unreleased
Medium
NCIS
Invasion
How I Met Your Mother
Yogi's Treasure Hunt (and other H-B stuff)

Continuations
The Amazing Race
Law & Order
Law & Order: SVU

TV Episodes Watched - 2009 (1419 ep) / 2010 (1367 ep) / 2011 (1509 ep) / 2012 (1440 ep) / 2013 (1191 ep) / 2014 - October
Feature Films Watched - 2012 (97 seen) / 2013 (100 seen)
Shorts Watched - 2012 (222 seen) / 2013 (87 seen)

Books Read - 2013 (12 read)


#118 of 118 OFFLINE   Don_Limey

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Posted February 22 2006 - 03:16 AM

Unhappily Ever After

Salute Your Shorts

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