Total Number of DVDs in the category Television : 25


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Director: Robert Lieberman
Starring: Scott Bakula, Paul Hewitt, Sam Anderson, Xander Berkeley, Gil Cates Jr., Chelsea Field, Lynn Filusch, Joanna Going, David Jung, Kris Kristofferson, Sterling Macer Jr., Anjul Nigam, CCH Pounder, Judge Reinhold, Edwin Santos, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Studio: Trimark Pictures
MPAA Rating: R
DVD Release: 20 Jul 1999


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Summary: It is the year 2005 and the continuous advancement of technology has spawned a new breed of criminals whose unbridled power of the Internet is capable of devastating the entire universe.

In response, the government created an elite FBI division called Netforce. When Netforce's internal network is infiltrated, the race is onn to secure the world's information system and stop the diabolical plot for control.


The Osbournes: The First Season

Director: Rob Fox
Starring: Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne, Jack Osbourne, Melinda Varga
Studio: Miramax Home Ent.
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 04 Mar 2003


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Summary: The Cleavers, The Bradys, The Cosbys And Now... The Osbournes!

Heavy Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne invites you into his home, and every outrageous moment with the notorious rocker and his colourful family is captured here in MTV's highest-rated show THE OSBOURNES - THE FIRST SEASON! There's no script, the situations are real, the family is completely normal... well, as normal as they can be considering that dear ol' dad is the self-proclaimed Prince of Darkness! Along with every wild episode from the record-breaking first season, this must-have DVD collection includes exclusive, never-before-seen footage! Here's your chance to relive the fun of each episode while seeing what went on behind the scenes and hearing what the censors wouldn't allow on MTV!


The Prisoner: Set 1

Director: Patrick McGoohan
Starring: Patrick McGoohan
Studio: A&E Home Video
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 31 Oct 2000


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Summary: Patrick McGoohan's classic British 17-episode TV series, THE PRISONER, has mesmerized American viewers since its CBS debut in the summer of 1968. Now, A&E presents the definitive collection of THE PRISONER, perhaps the most unusual and challenging television series ever filmed.

Every episode has been completely remastered and, beginning here, is presented in the fan-preferred viewing order that follows events and dialogue within each story to provide a consistent and enjoyable viewing experience.

After resigning from a top-secret position, a man is abducted from his London home and taken to a mysterious place called The Village. Residents of The Village, known only by numbers, are held captive on accouint of their valuable knowledge. The Prisoner - Number Six - must protect his mind in order to preserve his humanity. The Village is controlled by the unseen Number One. The Chief Interrogator, Number Two, is determined to know why the Prisoner left his post. The Prisoner struggles to maintain his secret, discover the identity of Number One, and achieve freedom by escaping from the repressive grasp of his captors.

Volume 1 - Arrival, Chimes of Big Ben (alternative version)

Volume 2 - Free For All, Dance of the Dead


The Prisoner: Set 2

Director: Pat Jackson
Starring: Patrick McGoohan, Angelo Muscat, Ronald Radd, Rosalie Crutchley, Peter Wyngarde, Leo McKern, Peter Swanwick, Nadia Gray, Colin Gordon, Sheila Allen, John Castle, Peter Howell, Betty McDowall
Studio: A&E Home Video
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 31 Oct 2000


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Summary: THE PRISONER , DVD Set 2 - Produced by David Tomblin

Patrick McGoohan's THE PRISONER has stood the test of time. A classic British TV series with elements of sci fi, mystery, comedy and high drama, this "allegorical conundrum" had a riveting effect on viewers when it first aired in 1967. It was unlike anything that had ever before appeared on television.

During production, McGoohan said that the purpose of THE PRISONER was "to create a feeling of unrest about life today. It was an abstract impression of the world we are living in and a warning of what would happen to us when gadgetry and gimmickry take over from creative people." THE PRISONER remains an intriguing social commentary as it speaks to a new generation.

Four key episodes are presented here in the fan-preferred viewing order that follows events and dialogue within each story. From human chess games, to bold escape plans, THE PRISONER, Set Two is television at its finest!

Four complete color episodes:

"Checkmate" - A giant outdoor chessboard features unique pawns - human chess pieces. Number Six joins the game, then starts a game of his own.

The Chimes of Big Ben" - A mysterious new resident offers a tantalizing clue as to where the Villagers are imprisoned. As she confers with Number Six, a plan for escape develops.

"A, B and C" - Cruel, dream-invading drug experiments are unleashed on Number Six in an attempt to reveal why he resigned.

"The General" - The Professor's powerful, subliminal "educational" process is mandatory for all Villagers. But even The Professor questions how it will ultimately be used...

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Sex and the City: The Complete First Season

Director: Matthew Harrison
Starring: Sarah Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Bryce, Johnny Cenatiempo, Willie Garson, Donna Hanover, Bruce McCarty, Navia Nguyen, Jeffrey Nordling, Chris Noth, Bill Sage, Ben Weber, Sarah Wynter, Andre Boccaletti, Emily Cline, Sandra Daley, Katie Finneran, Andy Fowle, Michelle Griffin, Amanda Harker, James Hyde, Alicia Jensen, Jo-Jo Lowe, David MacDonald, Gabriel Macht, Josh Pais, Montse Viader, Joanna Adler, Remy Auberjonois, H. Benjamin, Karen Braga, John Connolly, Andrew Fiscella, David Forsyth, Karl Geary, Isabel Gillies, Melora Griffis, Jennifer Guthrie, David Healy, Lou Liberatore, Scott Rabinowitz, Peter Reardon, Kristen Behrendt, Peter Rini, Stephanie Venditto, Daniel Gerroll, Kenneth Kallenbach, French Napier, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Parr, Josh Stamberg, Robert Steinman, Kohl Sudduth, Panicker Upendran, Andre Vippolis, James Wolf Jr., Sean Arbuckle, Kenneth Brown, Jordi Caballero, Carole Davis, Ed Fry, Charles Keating, Mimi Langeland, Phyllis Somerville, David Baker, Heather Barclay, Philip Coccioletti, Glenn Fleshler, Michael Port, Caroline Aaron, Avalon Barry, Michael Dale, Kate Grant, Jack Koenig, James McCaffrey, John Scurti, Michael Spiller, Justin Theroux, Deborah Zoe, Sherri Alexander, Gerry Bamman, Noelle Beck, Catherine Corpeny, Laura Ekstrand, Lisa Emery, P.J. Heslin, Toni James, Joseph Murphy, Suzanne Smith, Matthew Sussman, Amy de Lucia, Jack Merrill, Haviland Morris, Sebastian Roche, Ric Sechrest, Irma St. Paule, Mimi Weddell, Timothy Wheeler, Betsy Aidem, Debbon Ayer, Blair Hickey, Dorinda Katz, Anne Lange, Toby Poser, Lois Robbins, Robin Ruzan, Richard Toth, Dana Wheeler-Nicholson, Welker White, Anthony DeSando, Dann Fink, Joe Mosso, David Russek, Ellen Synn, Ed Vassallo, Duane Boutte, Jaime Goodwin, John Hickey, Marcia Kurtz, Novella Nelson, Lazaro Perez, Marian Seldes, Christopher Wynkoop
Studio: HBO Home Video
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 23 May 2000


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Summary: From creator and Executive Producer Darren Star (Melrose Place/Beverly Hills 90210), and based on the series of articles by Candace Bushnell, Sex And The City stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon in a hilarious, outspoken and outrageous look at dating, mating and relating in New York.

1. Sex and the City

2. Models and Mortals

3. Bay of Married Pigs

4. Valley of the Twenty-something Guys

5. The Power of Female Sex

6. Secret Sex

7. The Monogamists

8. Three's a Crowd

9. The Turtle and the Hare

10. The Baby Shower

11. The Drought

12. Oh Come, All Ye Faithful


Sex and the City: The Complete Second Season

Director: Darren Star
Starring: Sarah Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Christopher Noth, Willie Garson, Sonia Braga, John Corbett, Jason Testa, Keira Naughton, Maggie Kiley, Larry Doby, Jr., Marilyn Dobrin, Mark Devine, Rob Bogue, Jamie Goodwin, Molly Price, Robin Irwin, Neal Jones, James Lee, Neil Pepe, Amy Povich, Marilyn Sokol, Daniel Gerroll, Ian Kahn, Mark Kudisch, David Wike, Grant Varjas, Charlie Schroeder, Thomas Pescod, James O'Neil, Sam Freed, Saidah Ekulona, Jamie Denbo, Claudio Besso, Mark Feuerstein, Tom Gilroy, Robert Montano, Hope Adams, John Cleary, Teddy Coluca, Bradley Cooper, Adam Dannheisser, Camille Hickman, Wendy Hoopes, James Lecesne, Ajay Mehta, Matthew Morrison, Lawrence Rosenberg, Seth Ullian, Kurt Deutsch, Seth Barrish, Porter Beerman, Lisa Butler, Michael De Vries, Felicity La Fortune, Jimmy Noonan, Rhasaan Orange, Barbara Spiegel, Ellen Tobie, Shannon Williams, Susan Willis, Rob Campbell, Mary McCann, Tamara Tunie, Julianna Francis, Sean Haberle, Chris John, Jodi Long, Scott Lucy, Carrie Preston, Stephen Turner, David Beach, Buzz Bovshow, Mike Dooly, Paul Haber, Kevin Hagen, David McCann, John Mese, Grace Naughton, Mary Wells, David Eigenberg, Bruce MacVittie, Spiro Malas, Bill McHugh, Dina Paisner, Sean Runnette, Alex Draper, Jackie Beat, Peter Bucossi, Norman Douglas, Lorraine Farris, Lisa Gorlitsky, Amy Harris, Hedda Lettuce, Doan Mackenzie, Charles Parnell, Ruth Ray, Samuel Ball, Brian Van Holt, Harvey Bouvy, Pamela Gray, Philip Karner, James McCauley, Jina Oh, John Shea, Dan Futterman, Philippe Brenninkmeyer, Elaine Bromka, Harry O'Reilly, Will Arnett, James Urbaniak, Matthew Beisner, Matt Conley, Faith Geer, Chris Gilbert, Anthony Ribustello, Bridget Moynahan, James Saito, Jon Bon Jovi, John Dossett, Anne Lange, Steve Albert, Maureen Cassidy, George Hahn, Steve Scionti, Jodi Stevens, Oliver Vaquer, Dean Winters, David Lansbury, Ben Weber, Louis Aguirre, Divina Cook, Abigail Lopez, Kate Miller, Anne O'Sullivan, Victor Pagan, Lydia Radziuk, Timmi Reifsnyder, Jon Walker, Justin Theroux, David McCallum, Daniel McDonald, Valerie Harper, Leslie Beatty, Jake Burbage, Mireille Enos, Meg Gibson, Colleen Werthmann, Richard Paul, Elizbieta Czyzewska, Kevin Flynn, Sean Hingston, Brad Hurtado, Bernard Wagner, Patrick Breen, Rachel Miner, Anson Mount, Jamie Forehand, John Henry, Woodwyn Koons, Melinda Relyea, Marisa Ryan, John Enos, La Chanze, Peter Davies, Michael Ingram, Mark McGann
Studio: HBO Home Video
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 22 May 2001


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Summary: Sex And The City: The Complete Second Season continues to take on the unexplored and unexpected, going where most single people would never admit to having gone before. Join Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) as they explore the day-to-day – and night-to-night – world of single women. It’s about break-ups and make-ups; its about make-up and fashion; it’s about the business lunch and the pleasure dinner, but most of all, it’s about sex…and the city.

Season 2 is even funnier and more provocative! Who can forget – or you can look forward to – a tantric sex workshop; the power lesbian elite; the terrible threat of twenty-something girls; guys with a little too little and guys with a little too much; men who wear dog collars; women who’d rather live with dogs and much, much more!

- Take Me Out to the Ballgame (6/6/1999)

- Awful Truth, The (6/13/1999)

- Freak Show, The (6/20/1999)

- They Shoot Single People, Don't They? (6/27/1999)

- Four Women and a Funeral (7/4/1999)

- Cheating Curve, The (7/11/1999)

- Chicken Dance, The (7/18/1999)

- Man, the Myth, the Viagra, The (7/25/1999)

- Old Dogs, New Dicks (8/1/1999)

- Caste System, The (8/8/1999)

- Evolution (8/15/1999)

- La Douleur Exquise! (8/22/1999)

- Games People Play (8/29/1999)

- Fuck Buddy, The (9/5/1999)

- Shortcomings (9/12/1999)

- Was It Good For You? (9/19/1999)

- Twenty-something Girls vs. Thirty-something Women (9/26/1999)

- Ex and the City (10/3/1999)


The Sopranos: The Complete Third Season

Director: John Patterson
Starring: James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Lorraine Bracco, Dominic Chianese, Tony Sirico, Steve Van Zandt, Jamie-Lynn DiScala, Robert Iler, Joe Pantoliano, Peter Bogdanovich, Michael Imperioli, Drea de Matteo, John Ventimiglia, Jerry Adler, Aida Turturro, Katherine Narducci, Federico Castelluccio, Sharon Angela, Oksana Babiy, Jason Cerbone, Vince Curatola, John Fiore, Dan Grimaldi, Frank Santorelli, Steve Schirripa, Paul Schulze, Suzanne Shepherd, Patrick Tully, Maureen Van Zandt, Louis Lombardi, Peter Riegert, Andrew Davoli, Joseph Siravo, Rocco Sisto, Charles Dutton, Vincent Pastore, Brian Tarantina, Burt Young, Ari Graynor, Sam McMurray, Annabella Sciorra, Frank Ciornei, Michael Rispoli, Joseph Gannascoli, Frank Pellegrino, Saundra Santiago, Michele de Cesare, Erica Leerhsen, Albert Makhtsier, Katalin Pota, James Murtaugh, Frank Pando, Matt Servitto, Brian Smyj, Robert Bogue, Tom Aldredge, Alla Kliouka, Vincent Curatola, George Loros, Richard Maldone, Gregory Williams, Nicole Burdette, Ralph Lucarelli, Peter McRobbie, Tony Lip, Richard Romanus, Shaun Toub, Denise Borino
Studio: HBO Home Video
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 27 Aug 2002


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Summary: Some suburban households have two cars. Some have two houses. But Tony Soprano has two families.

This could be why the FBI is going to such lengths to wiretap his home. Why the son of his friend Jackie Aprile is causing him such agita. Why a Russian housekeeper is searching for her missing leg. Why his son is vandalizing school property and his daughter is getting her heart broken. Why his wife Carmela is both consulting a psychiatrist and confessing to a priest. And it's also why Tony Soprano is still seeing Dr. Melfi for his anxiety attacks.

It isn't easy heading up the mob in New Jersey. But that's what puts dinner on the table for the two families of Tony Soprano.

Contains episodes:

3.01 - Mr. Ruggerio's Neighborhood

3.02 - Proshai, Livushka

3.03 - Fortunate Son

3.04 - Employee of the Month

3.05 - Another Toothpick

3.06 - University

3.07 - Second Opinion

3.08 - He Is Risen

3.09 - The Telltale Moozadell

3.10 - To Save Us All From Satan's Power

3.11 - Pine Barrens

3.12 - Amour Fou

3.13 - Army of One


Sports Night: The Complete Series

Director: Robert Berlinger
Starring: Josh Charles, Peter Krause, Felicity Huffman, Joshua Malina, Sabrina Lloyd, Robert Guillaume, Kayla Blake, Greg Baker, Jeff Mooring, Timothy Davis-Reed, Robert Mailhouse, Bernard Hocke, Nina Barry, Ron Ostrow, Aaron Lustig, David Graf, Amy Powell, Yeardley Smith, Ted McGinley, Brad Henke, Joe Whyte, Janel Moloney, Lisa Edelstein, Teri Polo, William Macy, Peter Riegert, Christopher Francis, John de Lancie
Studio: Buena Vista
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 05 Nov 2002


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Summary: Sports Night, a three-time Emmy Award-winning series, turned avid audiences on their ears and eyes for two captivating seasons. Electricfying performances from a stellar ensemble cast that included Peter Krause (Six Feet Under), Josh Charles (Dead Poets Society) and Felicity Huffman (Magnolia) propelled this innovative "dramedy" to high critical praise.

Now with this first-time-ever DVD collection, you can experience all the behind-the-scenes bedlam of a nightly cable show that proves the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat aren't always in front of the camera - and aren't always about sports!


The Stand

Director: Mick Garris
Starring: Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, Rob Lowe, Ruby Dee, Jamey Sheridan, Corin Nemic, Bill Fagerbakke, Miguel Ferrer, Matt Frewer, Adam Storke, Stephen King, Laura Giacomo, Ossie Davis, Ray Walston, Peter Norden, Rick Aviles, Max Wright, Ray McKinnon, Bridgit Ryan, Kellie Overbey, Patrick Kilpatrick, Shawnee Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Chuck Adamson, Tony Adler, Sam Anderson, Steven Anderson, Jesse Bennett, Johnny Biscuit, John Bloom, J. Bronson, Ervin Butler, Hope Carlton, David Chambers, Laura Conover, Bill Corso, Kevin Doyle, John Dunbar, Troy Evans, Warren Frost, Cynthia Garris, Mick Garris, Jeff Gelb, Leo Geter, Sandy Gimpel, Alan Gregory, Mary Gregory, Thomasyn Harlow, Jim Haynie, Ryan Healy, Tom Holland, Sherman Howard, Ken Jenkins, David Jensen, Richard Jewkes, Kevin Kennedy, Michelle King, Robert Knott, John Landis, Brittney Lewis, Richard Lineback, Mike Lookinland, Elizabeth Lough, Jordan Lund, Bruce MacVittie, Frank Magner, Dan Martin, Patrick McKinley, William Newman, Wendy Phillips, Sam Raimi, Vince Rodriguez, Sarah Schaub, Tressa Sharbough, Julie Simper, Taylor Smith, David Sosna, Billy Sullivan, George Sullivan, Millie Teri, Michael Weatherred, Rob Weller, Mike Westenskow, Derryl Yeager, Brayton Yerkes, Kathy Bates, Ed Harris, Zerull Dennis
Studio: Republic Pictures
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 26 Oct 1999


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Summary: Enter a near future of a horrifically plague-ravaged Earth where a fraction of its population survives, compelling them to choose sides between the overwhelming forces of good and evil, in this critically acclaimed film version of Stephen King's phenomenal, number-one best-selling novel THE STAND.

Millions perish, and as small, isolated frightened bands unite, the answers to their perpetual questions to justify this end of civilization are bared in their dreams - revelations that urge some to embrace a path of virtue and others to gravitate towards a sinister course of darkness. As the opposing forces separate into two camps - one led by the saintly Mother Abigail and the other by demonic Randall Flagg - the noble elements try to shield themselves from their corrupt enemy, whose ruthless potency is increased by their domination of an excavated nuclear warhead. Their extreme clash of wills makes it inevitable that these remnants of humanity will soon engage in a final confrontation - THE STAND - an immense and atrocious battle which could result in annihilating the power of good and hurdle the fate of the planet into the reins of evil.

This four-episode motion picture, adapted for the screen by Stephen King himself, brings to life King's terrifying epic featuring an all-star-powered cast including Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, Jamey Sheridan, Laura San Giacomo, Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis, Miguel Ferrer, Corin Nemec, Matt Frewer, Adam Storke, Ray Walston, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Rob Lowe as "Nick Andros."


Twin Peaks: Pilot

Director: Mark Frost
Starring: Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean, Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook, Richard Beymer, Lara Boyle, Sherilyn Fenn, Warren Frost, Peggy Lipton, James Marshall, Everett McGill, Jack Nance, Ray Wise, Joan Chen, Piper Laurie, Russ Tamblyn, Eric DaRe, Mary Deschanel, Harry Goaz, Michael Horse, Gary Hershberger, Grace Zabriskie, Troy Evans, John Boylan, Rodney Harvey, Sheryl Lee, Robert Davenport, Jan D'Arcy, Kimmy Robertson, Jessica Wallenfels, Wendy Robie, Don Davis, Charlotte Stewart, Phoebe Augustine, Brett Vadset, Frank Silva, Michael Anderson, David Wasman, Jane Jones, Tanya Pettiford-Wates, Shelley Henning, Dorothy Roberts, Julee Cruise, Arnie Stenseth, Andrea Hays, Rick Tutor, Marjorie Nelson, Ben DiGregorio, Diane Caldwell, Catherine Coulson, Al Strobel
Studio: Republic Pictures
MPAA Rating: NR
DVD Release: 30 Oct 2001


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Summary: Director David Lynch take the television world by storm with "Twin Peaks," which mixed the small-town melodrama with the sinister quirkiness, and had viewers across America wondering who killed Laura Palmer? Laced with bizarre plot twists, eccentric characters, and sly humor, the pilot earned two Emmys (with a total of 14 nominations) and the Peabody Award.

In the sleep lumber town of Twin Peaks, a body washes up on the shore one morning, wrapped in plastic. Sheriff Harry S. Truman determines that the victim is high school sweetheart Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). The news of the murder stuns the town. FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper is called in to investigate her strange demise only to uncover a web of mystery that ultimately leads him deep into the heart of the surrounding woodland and his very own soul.