Well, Guys. . . It’s time to start guessing what tv shows will come out on DVD for 2020.
You can stop laughing now.
I know. I know. TV shows on DVD are going the way of the dinosaur, and more things are going to streaming than anything else. But I thought I might articulate a thought or two.
First off, I have to give CBS/Paramount props this year for their releases on Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Our Miss Brooks, and Ben Casey. Congrats. If I were to choose between CBS/Paramount’s MOD releases and WB Archives tv releases, I would have to give the award to CBS/Paramount. WB Archives has fallen way behind on classic tv releases, and hopefully they can catch up in the years ahead.
Okay. Okay. I can hear the laughing again.
For 2020, I’m going to guess the following to come out:
the short lived VR5
the short lived series Rounders from WB Archives
Goodnight Beantown from WB Archives
the animated Wildfire from WB Archives
Goldie Gold and Action Jack from WB Archives
Fangface from WB Archives
the New Adventures of Gulliver from WB Archives
the New Adventures of Tarzan set II (filmation version) will come out.
Symbiotic Titan (I guessed this series for 2019, but we got Detention from the WB Archives instead)
Step by Step, the Jamie Foxx show, and Hanging with Mr. Cooper, will finished.
And I’m going to go out on the limb, and guess that sixties cartoon Super President might make it out, and the seventies Emergency plus 4 as well.
Gunsmoke will be finished. Bonanza will get two to three seasons out. Our Miss Brooks and Ben Casey will get a season or two out. Kudos to them. 2020 will be a catch up season more or less.
We did get a few surprises this year, so don’t count anything out.
Comments? Thoughts? Laughter?
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