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Here Come the Brides- Season 2


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#1 of 45 Jack Cleveland

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Posted October 28 2006 - 11:19 PM

Now that Big Valley Season 2 has been announced, do we have any news yet on Season 2 of HCTB?

Has anyone heard anything from Sony?

Just wondering- I'd hate to see this one be a one season set as it only ran 2 seasons total.

Jack

#2 of 45 Michael Alden

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Posted October 29 2006 - 08:29 AM

It's on that list we don't get to see. Along with Season 2 of SWAT, Season 3 of Mad About You and the first season sets for their black and white sitcoms from the 50s.

#3 of 45 MatthewA

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Posted October 29 2006 - 09:58 AM

Sony did release both seasons of That's My Mama at once, even though they were butchered.

I, personally, think shows with 50 episodes or less or two seasons should be released all in one package.

Enough is enough, Disney. No more evasions or excuses. We DEMAND the release Song of the South on Blu-ray along with the uncut version of Bedknobs and Broomsticks on Blu-ray. I will not support anything your company produces until then.


#4 of 45 Jack Cleveland

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Posted October 29 2006 - 11:09 AM

Well, I hope it's going to happen- Do we know how well Season 1 sold? I know initially on Amazon it was selling pretty strong and in the top DVD's section.

At this hour, after posting this morning, 77 people have looked at the thread- I wonder how many of those would be HCTB buyers-

If anyone knows how Season 1 sold, let us know!

Jack

#5 of 45 Michael Alden

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Posted October 29 2006 - 08:51 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by MatthewA
Sony did release both seasons of That's My Mama at once, even though they were butchered.

I, personally, think shows with 50 episodes or less or two seasons should be released all in one package.


I'd go one step further and be happy to see things released "Get Smart" style, all at once. Give us the whole shebang instead of dragging it out over years and years. At the rate Alfred Hitchcock is going we won't see the full 10 seasons until 2014.

#6 of 45 Mary_P

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Posted October 30 2006 - 04:20 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jack Cleveland
At this hour, after posting this morning, 77 people have looked at the thread- I wonder how many of those would be HCTB buyers-
(waving hand frantically) Oooh, me, ME!!

Disappointing (and puzzling) packaging and rearrangement of title elements etc aside, the print quality was terrific and I really enjoyed seeing season 1 again after many, many, many years. I hope this isn't another "one and done."

I'd love to see more series go the "Get Smart" route too. Unfortunately, what we're getting more of is individual season sets, strung out over several years, followed by a full-series box set that both costs less and includes more bonus material. I'm still miffed over the "Buffy: The Chosen" set with its bonus disc that wasn't made available separately to those of us who already bought all seven seasons individually. Preparing to be miffed again over the "Homicide" box set, unless A&E does release the three L&O crossovers as a separate set as well as including them in the box.

Mary

#7 of 45 Rosetta Barlow

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Posted December 14 2010 - 10:31 AM

I so very much enjoyed the first season and I would hate to think they would deny us the second season!!!  I encourage all of you to buy the first season and then they would get enough revenue to warrant the release of the second season.  For those of you that probably have already seen both seasons because you lived in the 60's, it's not fair to the rising generation who want to view and own HCTB second season.  I am really hoping that someone can get Sony to release it!



#8 of 45 Rosetta Barlow

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Posted December 14 2010 - 10:32 AM

I agree!



#9 of 45 Neil Brock

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Posted December 16 2010 - 06:37 PM

Well, the show is going to be airing on Antenna TV affiliates starting January 1st. No idea if it will be complete or butchered, like on Chopmark or (Bad) TV Land. An email I received said they were going to have "limited" commercials so fingers crossed, maybe they won't be hacked up.



#10 of 45 DeWilson

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Posted December 16 2010 - 09:07 PM



Originally Posted by Neil Brock 

Well, the show is going to be airing on Antenna TV affiliates starting January 1st. No idea if it will be complete or butchered, like on Chopmark or (Bad) TV Land. An email I received said they were going to have "limited" commercials so fingers crossed, maybe they won't be hacked up.


Here's an interview with the fellow who's in charge of AntennaTV , Sean Compton

http://blog.sitcomso...th-antenna.html


Antenna TV's Sean Compton: ..... We air the shows the way that the distributors supply us. We will do no editing on our end. We also will not be squeezing the end credits nor will we have an Antenna TV bug/logo on the screen during programming. Stations locally may decide to put theirs up, but nationally we will not display one.


Now, the question is, will Sony/Colpix be supplying unedited episodes for all the shows? 



#11 of 45 Jack Cleveland

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Posted December 17 2010 - 04:40 AM

So is AntennaTV airing on digital Comcast channels at all, or do we have to get a dish?  I would love to get Season 2 HCTB episodes!



#12 of 45 Neil Brock

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Posted December 17 2010 - 06:12 PM



Originally Posted by DeWilson 



Quote:
Originally Posted by Neil Brock 

Well, the show is going to be airing on Antenna TV affiliates starting January 1st. No idea if it will be complete or butchered, like on Chopmark or (Bad) TV Land. An email I received said they were going to have "limited" commercials so fingers crossed, maybe they won't be hacked up.


Here's an interview with the fellow who's in charge of AntennaTV , Sean Compton

http://blog.sitcomso...th-antenna.html


Antenna TV's Sean Compton: ..... We air the shows the way that the distributors supply us. We will do no editing on our end. We also will not be squeezing the end credits nor will we have an Antenna TV bug/logo on the screen during programming. Stations locally may decide to put theirs up, but nationally we will not display one.


Now, the question is, will Sony/Colpix be supplying unedited episodes for all the shows? 



      That's the million dollar question. My guess is that all of these shows have been remastered for high definition and that they would be mastered complete. Unlike the 80s when syndicators would master shows for a 22 minute run time for syndication, nowadays the shows that a network like Antenna is picking up, don't really run in traditional syndication any more. So the need for shortened episodes is actually less than it was 25 years ago. I'm guessing (and hoping) that we will see these shows unedited. Of course, I would love to see Here Come The Brides with the original first season opening credits with the vocal version of the theme song restored by that may be asking too much. Also, seeing the opening teaser back where it belongs, before the credits, would be nice as well.



#13 of 45 Rosetta Barlow

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Posted December 19 2010 - 09:15 AM

What channel?



#14 of 45 cajunhillbilly

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Posted December 19 2010 - 01:19 PM

check the antenna website for your local affiliate.



#15 of 45 Rosetta Barlow

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Posted December 20 2010 - 05:28 AM

What does that mean?



#16 of 45 mrmike898

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Posted December 20 2010 - 10:24 PM

He means that if you go to the Antenna TV web site, you can find out if there is a local channel in your area that broadcasts the Antenna TV network.



#17 of 45 Neil Brock

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Posted December 21 2010 - 02:32 AM



Originally Posted by mrmike898 

He means that if you go to the Antenna TV web site, you can find out if there is a local channel in your area that broadcasts the Antenna TV network.


     And then what you have to do is find out if your cable or satellite provider will be carrying it. If not, what you will have to do is buy a digital antenna and if you still have an analog TV, a converter for your television to allow it to pick up a digital signal.

   


#18 of 45 Rosetta Barlow

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Posted December 21 2010 - 05:44 AM

Oh, I see. Thanks, I will try that



#19 of 45 Rosetta Barlow

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Posted December 25 2010 - 06:03 PM

How will I know what the schedule is?  I wouldn't know where to check and see when it would be on!  Does anyone have any suggestions?



#20 of 45 Neil Brock

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Posted December 26 2010 - 05:41 PM

Did you go to the website like mrmike told you? I'm sure the schedule is listed there.




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