Fox is preparing two high-profile TV series, three theatrical releases and the second special edition of "X-Men" for DVD release in February and March. The studio, which has scored with DVD releases of TV faves "The Simpsons," "MASH," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "The X-Files," will release the first season of "NYPD Blue" in a six-disc set March 18. The set will feature audio commentaries from producer/co-creator David Milch, director Brad Silberling and others. Also on deck is a six-disc set of the first season of "Angel," which includes four featurettes and audio commentaries by co-creators Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt and writer Jane Espenson. The three music-oriented theatrical releases coming to DVD are "The Banger Sisters" (Feb. 11); "Sordid Lives," a black comedy starring Olivia Newton-John, Beau Bridges and Delta Burke (Feb. 18); and "Brown Sugar" (Feb. 11), a romancer set against the rise of hip-hop. And for those filmmakers and fans who can't get enough of "X-Men" (and for studio marketers looking to keep interest in the franchise high until "X-Men 2" is released in May), the new double-disc set of "X-Men 1.5" features an introduction and another audio commentary by director Bryan Singer; more deleted scenes and featurettes; and an optional enhanced viewing mode allowing the viewer to see and hear six deleted scenes and 17 behind-the-scenes featurettes while they watch the film. The DVD, with a suggested retail price of $26.98, is a not-so-subtle promotional tool, with a sneak preview teaser for "X-Men 2" and a coupon worth up to $12 toward admission to "X-Men 2" or to "Daredevil," starring Ben Affleck.