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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Randy*S, Jan 17, 2005.
I'd consider buying "Kotter" in season sets, but I'm not touching any "best of" discs...
I'll buy the best of disc, if its priced low enough as I want season sets, and this may be a way to test the market like Sony did with Married...with Children. So if its priced low enough, I'm in.
I'll buy if it comes out just to have something to enjoy in the mean time.
I don't have a problem with best ofs discs as long as they release season sets too.
And sometime I just want to watch a single episode and don't want to go through the trouble of looking for a good episode to pop in. I think of it as having a museum copy and a public library copy.
We already know that it's a test, but geez they must know it'll sell! It's kotter not some no name show.
dose any one konw what the three episodes are?
.....what?, where?..............watch out for Carvelli he is one bad dude...................
Has anyone heard if the remaining seasons of Welcome Back Kotter will be released. There is a rumour of a a movie staring Ice Cube.
I love 1970s and 1980s tv, it help define a generation. It is too bad that this another stalled season.
I own season 1 and would love the rest on DVD too
I'd also get more releases if available. Since it's a WB release, it's possible we'll see more. I had to check my S1 set because I thought Kotter was a Sony release.
Yep Sony is notorious for dropping series. So we all assume if the series is stalled, it has to be a Sony series. LOL
I'd love to get the rest of this series as well, unfortunately WB is not much better than Sony with completing their series.
No they aren't. I heard the first season did poor numbers, so it would probably be a small miracle if WB released the second season.
One more tv classic in limbo.
Of course there won't be most releases. It's a Warner-owned sitcom that doesn't start with the letter F.
if they ever release TV shows through the archive series, MOD, then maybe we will be able to order the rest of the seasons. Unfortunately, they have not released any TV series through the archive series yet.
The bottom line is sales. If the first season didn't sell then unfortunately there's your answer.
No, it's a sitcom that probably didn't sell well enough to warrant another season set.
Now now, there's no need for that.