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New TV On DVD, Feb. 17

February 17th, 2009 8:00am EST
Law & Order: SVU
In the criminal justice system, sexually based crimes such as rape, torture, pedophilia and child-abuse are dealt with in New York City, by a special unit of the police department known as the Special Victims Unit. Law & Order: SVU season 8 is now on DVD. Also in stores: Murder She Wrote season 9, Sabrina the Teenage Witch season 5, Dead Like Me the complete collection, and The Beverly Hillbillies season 3.
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Summer TV Preview: Forget the Beach, Cable Is The Place To Be

May 30th, 2008 8:30am EDT
Law and Order CI
While the cable networks still lag far behind the broadcast networks in the ratings department (well, four of them anyway), they have made great strides in terms of matching, and often times exceeding, the big dogs when it comes to quality original programming.

At no time of the year is this trend more evident than in the summer. While the broadcast networks are unsurprisingly going with a bevy of unscripted fare (including entirely too many reality competition shows), the cable networks are once again proving to be the place to turn for quality, original, SCRIPTED programming.

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Gavin Degraw' Self Titled Album Debuts At #7 On The Billboard Album Charts

May 14th, 2008 7:40pm EDT
Gavin DeGraw
Platinum recording artist and singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw roars back with his self-titled album Gavin Degraw (J Records). Spurred on by his infectious first single "In Love with a Girl," the album enters the Billboard album charts at #7 today with 66,111 albums sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Gavin Degraw marks Gavin's first Top 10 album and celebrates his biggest scan week ever. Additionally, the album is #1 on the digital sales chart this week.

Gavin Degraw is the long-awaited follow-up to his platinum debut Chariot, which featured the hit singles "I Don't Want To Be," "Char...
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What to Watch: What's Airing, Re-Airing & Entertaining On TV This Week

January 28th, 2008 8:16am EST
Gossip Girl
Monday, Jan. 28

Fashion Police (E!, 8 p.m.) - Relive all the fashion blunders and triumphs from the 2008 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards with hosts Debbie Matenopoulos, Jay Manuel and Peter Ishkhans.

Gossip Girl Revealed (The CW, 8 p.m.) - The CW reairs the pilot with exclusive cast interviews, deleted scenes, commentaries, fashion scoop and more. Perfect for the uninitiated and loyal fans starving for more.

In Treatment (HBO, 9:30 p.m.) - Gabriel Byrne stars as a therapist dealing with four patients and a therapist of his own. The series, co-starring Dianne Wiest, Melissa G...
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'Pushing Daisies' is Odd, But Ultimately Endearing

January 8th, 2008 10:29am EST
Pushing Daisies
It's Not 'CSI: Couer d'Couers'

In the current TV era, truly original shows don't appear all that often on the broadcast networks. If and when they do, they usually aren't around for very long. "Pushing Daisies," a quirky amalgamation of a fairytale and film noir, is the latest offbeat offering to bow on the Big Four. Comparatively speaking, it has done fairly well thus far.

"Daisies" comes from the creative mind of Bryan Fuller, whose unique body of work includes the odd "Wonderfalls" and darkly comedic "Dead Like Me." It is the story of a pie maker named Ned (Lee Pace), who as a...
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Gone But Not Forgotten: Starpulse Highlights The Best TV On DVD

October 31st, 2007 10:33am EDT
Wonderfalls
The beauty of TV on DVD is that it lets small gems of television history continue to exist, allowing them to be found again and again. Swiftly canceled before their time, cult classics live on in DVD format for new generations of television lovers to happen upon.

Following is a list of some of the best TV on DVD you probably never watched. Discovering something new is always more fun and fulfilling than watching a rerun.

From the Unusual Mind of Bryan Fuller

If you've fallen in love with Bryan Fuller's charming new show Pushing Daisies, here's some good news. Fuller's previou...
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