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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by disctrip, May 9, 2019.
Any news if Warner is going to release season 2 ?
I'm still wondering when they're finally going to give us Season 2 of "The Eleventh Hour".
Or Mayberry R.F.D.? Or The Guns of Paradise?
There's significant music issues in the second season I believe. I would ask Warner about but they blocked me from their Facebook page when I spilled the beans on how they stopped remastering shows and that Mr. Novak used the 30-year old Turner one-inch tapes for their source elements.
I have the 1st season DVD of Mr. Novak but I'm not finding the episodes to be as enjoyable as I thought I would, so I'm not as eager for the 2nd season. However, if the 2nd season would be released I imagine I'd purchase it to complete the series.
I think you are talking about Faculty Follies: Parts 1 & 2 Their might be music issues in those 2 shows.
Not just. If you go to the huge Mr. Novak thread and have the patience to wade through all the superfluous Canadian mountie postings, they talked about a couple of other episodes where there's some Duke Ellington music, among others, being played.
I believe one of our members (I'll let him offer insight if he's so inclined) is a friend of Chuck Harter (the author of the Mr. Novak book) who has connections with Warner Archive. There is at least one advocate of Mr. Novak with WA. Maybe more info on season 2 can come from that source.
With no Jeanne Bal and not very much of Dean Jagger, it wasn't going to be the same show anyway. I'd buy it if it came out but won't lose any sleep if it doesn't.
The acting in Mr. Novak is top notch, the actors are good in their roles, the issue I have is with the over the top dramatic subject matter of the episodes, high school isn't supposed to be this serious. The high school where Mr. Novak teaches seems to be a depressing place, someone always has a problem, whether it's one of the students or a teacher. With all the drama going on it makes me wonder how any learning ever got done. I attended high school in the 1970's, 1975-79, my high school years were mostly good ones and I didn't experience much drama. In my junior year I had one teacher who I didn't get along with at all, I ended up requesting a transfer out of the class and my request was granted. I would also get bullied once in a while from a few of the punks at the school, one day I fought back and challenged one of them, he then stopped picking on me and talked nice to me like I was his friend.
Received an answer from Warner Archive ----------- Warner Archive Collection Nothing to announce at the moment. Thanks,
In my opinion, Room 222 did this type of show a little bit better. Room 222 is a balanced blend of comedy and drama, whereas Mr. Novak has little comedy and tends to go over the top with the drama.
Yes, but Novak had a better cast.
I think both shows have an excellent cast of actors. I can't really say that one group is better than the other.
LOL, I think I'll give Mr. Novak a new name, I'll call him Mr. Novocaine. He probably could have used some Novocaine to ease his pain while dealing with all the drama going on at the high school.
The episode "Let's Dig A Little Grammar" has music clearance issues.
Well, It looks we will never see the release of Season 2. I don't think Warner is going to pay all the rights issues
on the music. I don't know how well Season 1 sold.