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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by tlc38tlc38, May 19, 2018.
Major news. About TIME too! Can't wait for it to be complete! I LOVE this show.
Hope it doesn't stall out!
I hope so too. Recently WA has been very good about completing every series they've started releasing, so fingers crossed. I will definitely be buying it!
WA is usually pretty good about finishing what they start with one exception that I'm aware of: Hangin' with Mr. Cooper....I really wish they'd finish this series!
How long has it been since they initiated that one?
They are also yet to release the rest of Falcon Crest. Season 3 was released 5 years ago and Season 4 is only available digitally.
I hope they finish Hangin' soon. I wanna buy it, but am holding off to buy all the sets at once since I am not that big of a fan of the show.
Season 1 of "HWMC" released on August 2, 2016. Almost 2 years ago.
I got my copy of "SBS" season 1 preordered! Can't wait for this set!!
I'm sure it'll pay off for you!
How long has it been since they started Eleventh Hour?
That's why I said recently.
The first Eleventh Hour season came out almost 2 years ago.
And the first release of St. Elsewhere (not a Warner show, but still...) came out more than a decade ago, and the dry spell continues even after all that!
Just wanted to mention one thing - I kinda like how the box arts are stylized in sort of the same way for all Miller - Boyett releases. That way, they will sit very well alongside each other on my shelf
What's with the 70s style font for the seasonal designation?
Too bad they couldn't have got Larry Hagman to guest star for an episode! And now as I sit here listening to TV, I hear a vintage ad for Three's Company with Suzanne Somers on the TV (I'm watching a vintage Memphis Wrestling episode from around 1984).
I think it would have been a pretty good episode if Larry had met his former on-screen brother on Step By Step!
And his son. Sasha Mitchell played his illegitimate son in the last few seasons of Dallas.
Didn't see those!
Patrick Duffy got to play his uncle in two different shows. I wonder how often that happens?