TV Shows on DVD: CSI: NY Season Two, La Femme Nikita Season Five & More

Ladies and gentlemen and kids of all ages we are Charmed to tell you that Alfred Hitchcock Presents The Andy Milonakis Show and Sabrina the Animated Series. While they are no Wonder Showzen or even That ‘70s Show we still have Big Love for them. Alfred wanted to present La Femme Nikita and the story of Murder, She Wrote about the night Starsky & Hutch got all Wild ‘N Out of control and a person ended up dead and the case had to be investigated by C.S.I. New York. Yet the rights could not be secured in time for tonight’s presentation. Enjoy the show.

Prime TV Show on DVD Pick

C.S.I. New York - The Complete Second SeasonC.S.I. New York – The Complete Second Season
This is the third CSI incarnation after the original and Miami versions. While it hasn’t really developed an identity like the other two have in my mind, it is still a pretty good show. The original CSI is about the science, following the evidence and flashlights in dark places. CSI: Miami is about protecting the innocent, especially children, and posing with sunglasses. CSI: NY is kind of a highbred of the two. This was the season that they changed the cast up with a CSI being killed off and a new one from Montana being brought in. The DVD set includes all 24 season two episodes on six discs. Special features include audio commentaries, multiple featurettes and a tour of the CSI: NY set.

Other TV Show on DVD Options

Alfred Hitchcock Presents – Season Two
The Andy Milonakis Show – The Complete Second Season
Big Love – The Complete First Season
Charmed – The Complete Sixth Season
La Femme Nikita – The Complete Fifth Season
Murder, She Wrote – The Complete Fourth Season
Starsky & Hutch – The Complete Fourth Season
That ’70s Show: Season 5
The Very Best Of Sabrina The Animated Series
Wild ‘N Out – Season Two
Wonder Showzen – Season Two

What TV shows on DVD will you be adding to your collection this week? Which ones only rate a Netflix rental? Which ones will never see the inside of your DVD player? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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