I got hooked on Drake & Josh this past week when Nickelodeon started running daily marathons -- enough that I eagerly went to Amazon to pick up a season or two on DVD. Unfortunately, all that's available are "Best of..." volumes via Amazon's burn-on-demand program. Very disappointing. From what I understand, the show is ratings gold for the network, so here's hoping that they step up and start releasing season sets. I'd buy 'em in a heartbeat!
Is Nickelodeon a subdivision of Paramount as a lot of Nickelodeon Shows seem to be owned by paramount according to TVshowsondvd.com while some say both? Others are distributed by Nick but have independent production companies so not sure who owns them so listed the companies.
I literally grew up watching Nickelodeon, so love most of there shows, some shows I would like to see include
100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd (1999) The Amanda Show (1999) All That (1994) As Told By Ginger (2000) The Brothers Garcia (2000) CatDog (1998) Clarissa Explains It All (1991) - Season 2+ Dance On Sunset (2008) Doug (1991) - know its on burn on demand but currently cannot afford it unless they do a commercial release or put price down Family Double Dare (1988) Figure It Out (1997) Hey Arnold (1996) - same as Doug Hey Dude (1989) - Production Company = Cinetel Films Genie In the House (2006) - Production Company = Moi J'Aime La Television Journey Of Allen Strange (1997) Kenan & Kel (1996) The Nick Cannon Show (2002) Rocket Power (1999) Rocko's Modern Life (1993) Romeo (2003) Rugrats (1991) Salute Your Shorts (1991) Taina (2001) True Jackson, VP (2008) - once series is over Turkey Television (1985) Unfabulous (2004) The Wild Thornberries (1998) You Can't Do That on Television (1979)
You Can't Do That On Television!!!! Salute Your Shorts Mr. Wizard (complete) The Adventures of Pete & Pete complete.
I haven't seen much of Pete & Pete but what I've seen looks great. But I won't buy it unless the whole show is out. As soon as the rest is out I'll buy it.
I'd actually be happy with anything from YCDTOTV and SYS. They can start with Season 1 on both.
Turkey TV is a good choice too. I never watched that before but would love to. Also, all those great game shows. I'd be happy with a variety set featuring a bunch of those I could watch every now and then.