Quite a good mixture of TV on DVD titles released today, a bit of animation, some comedy and some action drama. The first season of JAG, the first two seasons of Miami Vice and the fourth season of La Femme Nikita should keep any action drama show lover glued to their tube. Will you be one of them?
Prime TV on DVD Pick
JAG (Judge Advocate General) – The Complete First Season
This was always one of my favorite shows. When NBC cancelled it I was a bit disappointed but then CBS picked it up and it seem to run forever. The show had a little bit of everything adding up to an enjoyable watching experience. There was plenty of action, courtroom drama, comic relief, romance and patriotism. This TV on DVD is the complete first season, which includes an unaired episode. That episode had Catherine Bell in a cameo as and old girlfriend of Harmâ€™s. When the show changed networks some episodes had already been filmed but not aired. When Bell was cast as the new female lead on the show CBS decided that it would be confusing to air the â€œSkeleton Crewâ€ episode. The DVD Set includes all 21 episodes on six discs. Special features include three featurettes with behind the scenes looks at the show and commentary on the two part pilot episode by show creator Donald P. Bellisario.
Other TV on DVD Options
All Creatures Great & Small – The Complete Series 6 Collection
‘Allo ‘Allo! – The Complete Series Five, Parts 1 and 2
American Muscle Car: Season 3
Animal Rescues, Vol. 2: Best Cat Rescues
Animaniacs, Vol. 1
The Boondocks – The Complete First Season
Chappelle’s Show – The Lost Episodes (Uncensored)
Dark Shadows DVD Collection 25
Galaxy High School, Vol. 2
Invisible Man: Season 2
The Jimmy/Timmy Power Hour 3 (Jimmy Neutron / Fairly OddParents)
La Femme Nikita – The Complete Fourth Season
Miami Vice: Seasons One and Two
Pinky and the Brain, Vol. 1
Punky Brewster: Season Three
Rawhide – The Complete First Season
Tales from the Crypt – The Complete Fourth Season
Three’s Company: Season 7
What new TV on DVD Sets released this week will make it into your TV shows on DVD collection?