Drew Carry Show

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  1. Jon Vino

    Jon Vino Auditioning

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    Is there any plans on releasing the series to DVD?
     
  2. John Gido

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    I would also love to have this on DVD. As long as they release it in complete seasons.
     
  3. Jaime_Weinman

    Jaime_Weinman Supporting Actor

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    It's owned by Warner Brothers. Nobody asked about it in the last chat, IIRC, so there hasn't been any word about it one way or the other.
     
  4. Jon Vino

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    I wish there would be [​IMG]

    im jonesing for this and seinfeld.
     
  5. John*P

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    The Drew Carey Show is easily one of the funniest sitcoms I've ever seen. (not to mention very witty and creative) I'd love to own it on season sets.
     
  6. Lynda-Marie

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    Please add my vote to the count for folks who would like to see Drew Carey on DVD. I've only seen episodes here and there, but what I have seen, I have liked, A LOT! Especially when Drew and Mimi start in on one another.

    I would also like to make a request for Whose Line Is It Anyway? to be put out onto DVD. Not just the US version with Drew as the host, but also the original British version, because Clive Anderson has lightning wit, great comedic timing, and a wonderful deadpan delivery.

    I sometimes wonder what it would have been like had Clive and Drew hosted a Whose Line episode together?


    P.S. John Gido, I love your sig!
     
  7. Malcolm R

    Malcolm R Executive Producer

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    Given the way ratings evaporated over the past few seasons, I'm not sure this would be on a fast-track to DVD anytime soon.
     
  8. Amy Mormino

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    This show is a good example (I think that shows like Roseanne and Murphy Brown could be others) of programs that would stand a much better chance of a release if they had ended a few years earlier. I think in a few years when nostalgia sets in, there may be a release.
     
  9. David Lambert

    David Lambert Executive Producer

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    Not to plug the site I help at (well, okay...I am!). But did you cast a vote for the show at TVShowsOnDVD? [​IMG]
     

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