Today looks to be a day full of laughs, with TV shows on DVD like 3rd Rock from the Sun, The Weird Al Show, The Jeffersons, The Simpsons and many others. It is not all fun and games though with Remington Steele and the Prime Pick of the Week Surface. For more information on the DVD sets listed below, like special features or content, you can click on the links and read more about them at. Happy Viewing!
Surface – The Complete Series
I was a bit saddened when I heard this would not be returning for a second season on NBC. It at least made it through a first like Invasion, which was better than CBSâ€™ treatment of Threshold. This was an enjoyable show. It had an overall mystery to try and be solved. What are these giant creatures and where did they come from? With a few main characters trying to figure it out. Who donâ€™t meet until well into the show and not in any kind of forced manor. Science fiction seems to have a tough time grabbing audience share on the big networks and can get yanked quickly. This show went 15 episodes. The set comes on four discs with limited special features that include some deleted scenes and information about science fiction and special effects. If you missed it last season it is worth a look. If the 35 bucks is a bit much you can always rent it at along with any other TV show on DVD that is out. Will this be making it into your DVD collection?
3rd Rock From the Sun: Season 5
The Duchess of Duke Street – Series 2
The Flying Nun: The Complete Second Season
Full House – The Complete Fourth Season
Hardcastle and McCormick: The Complete Second Season
Hogan’s Heroes – The Complete Fourth Season
Hong Kong Phooey – The Complete Series
The Jeffersons – The Complete Fifth Season
Magilla Gorilla – The Complete Series
Masters of Horror – Dario Argento – Jenifer
Remington Steele: Season 4 and 5
Rome – The Complete First Season
The Simpsons – The Complete Eighth Season
The Simpsons – The Complete Eight Season (Collectible Maggie Head Pack)
The Weird Al Show – The Complete Series
What will you be adding to your TV show on DVD collection?