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Universal TV Shows
4 replies to this topic
Posted February 28 2007 - 04:28 AM
With Universal announcing plans for season 2 of Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries after 2 YEARS does this mean there's a light at the end of the tunnel for other older Universal shows like Adam-12 or Quincy? Are there any other old shows on their schedule at the moment?
Posted February 28 2007 - 04:47 AM
Rockford Files comes to mind first for me. S1,2 out and S3 just shipped. I know for a lot of us here, that Uni is a "frustrating" studio to wait for releases, but if history has taught me anything about this hobby, "It ain't over till it's over" Just when it seems to me that the classics are fading, new news posts at TSoD from Gord and Dave start popping up So, hang in there, "Beaver" fans, etc. I also want more Adam-12 as well. My Dad loved that one and we never missed it back when I was .... a lot younger
TV/DVD Collector, mainly 50's thru 90's with a few 2000+ shows.
My 2 all-time favorite TV shows: "Combat!" & "The Fugitive"
My 2 all-time best blind-buys: "The Fugitive" "The Donna Reed Show"
Posted February 28 2007 - 05:07 AM
Haha, nice Hill Street Blues reference, if it was lol yeah... I have my list...
Posted February 28 2007 - 05:32 AM
As I mentioned on a Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew thread, it appears that Season Two of that show is just being released to tie-in with a new Nancy Drew movie starring Julia Roberts' niece.
So I doubt Universal is going to be releasing things like Adam-12 and Quincy anytime soon since they don't have a movie marketing campaign going on.
I hope I'm wrong, however. I want more Quincy and Night Gallery, as well as things like Ellery Queen, Boris Karloff's Thriller, and The Snoop Sisters.
Posted February 28 2007 - 07:12 AM
Maybe they've finally seen the light, and this is a new Universal strategy, speeding things up.
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