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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Bryan^H, Dec 30, 2007.
There are 2 for me: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and The X-Files
Twin Peaks and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The Twlight Zone. The HD-origin remasters in the Definitive Edition season sets look fantastic and I'd imagine they would be spectacular in 1080p (1.33:1 windowboxed of course). Maybe also The Outer Limits (original series). Conrad Hall shot a lot of the episodes and the cinematography is awesome.
After watching The Simpsons Movie in BD it would be great to see what they could do with the series if remastered in 1080p, as long as it's OAR. I'll second The Twilight Zone. For me to seriously consider repurchases I'll have to see a serious improvement in the way they plan and execute releases: —Restoration and remastering is a must. —Videotaped shows will gain no increase in picture quality, so just try to see how few discs you can comfortably fit entire series —They should consider entire series at once.
Confirmed as coming to blu-ray in 2008 from Network in the UK
Of course Id want my 3 favorites shows... Deadwood Deep Space Nine Millennium
The Twilight Zone (original) The Outer Limits The Fugitive Twin Peaks Police Squad!
Deadwood Space: Above and Beyond The X-Files Millennium
What would be more relevant though is to ask which series which exist as 35mm negs would we like to see on HD. Most shows since the mid to late 80s whilst being originated on 35mm were edited on tape/in the video domain. Hence whilst it might be theoretically possible for some of these to be "remade" in HD eg ST:TNG, I suspect that it simply wont happen for shows which dont have a track record of sales sufficient to justify the massive costs of doing this.
Alias. This show cries out for HD and lossless.
Perry Mason - looks spectacular in SD and should be exceptional in HD Twilight Zone - ditto There is something about a beautifully filmed B&W series that is very appealing to me...especially those with noir-ish appeal
Veronica Mars, Everybody Loves Raymond, Seinfeld and Friends.
Batman!(Hell, I'd take it on SD DVD at this point).
Life on Mars
Surprised it hasn't been mentioned... 24.
I'd like to see Karen Sisco get any sort of release, but even better if HD. Yeah, I know, pipe dream.