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'Seinfeld' Gets Top Honors at TV DVD Awards

October 5th, 2006 10:52am EDT favorite Add to My News
SeinfeldSeasons five and six of Seinfeld won top honors at the third annual “TV DVD Awards,” presented Wednesday night in Century City, Calif. The collections won the coveted “Best of Show” award, with judges praising bonus materials such as cast commentaries, deleted scenes and "Sein-Imation" takes on various scenes from the show.

Jack Klugman, star of The Odd Couple, and Robert Conrad, of "Wild Wild West" fame, were honored with the third annual TV DVD Lifetime Achievement Award.

Other TV DVD Award winners, in 15 categories selected by consumers through a month-long online vote:

Best 2000s Series: "Lost - The Complete First Season"

Best 1990s Series: "Seinfeld - Season 5" and "Seinfeld - Season 6"

Best 1980s Series: "Remington Steele - Seasons 4 and 5"

Best 1970s Series: "The Bob Newhart Show - The Complete Second Season"

Best 1960s Series: "The Munsters - The Complete Second Season"

Best 1950s Series: "Adventures of Superman - The Complete First Season"

Best Animated Series: "The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh Season"

Best Children's Series: "Dinosaurs - The Complete First and Second
Seasons"

Best Reality Series: "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"

Best Variety Series: "Project Runway - The Complete Second Season"

Best One-Season Wonder: "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. - The
Complete Series”

Best Miniseries/Made-for-TV Movie: "From the Earth to the Moon"

Best British TV Series: "Doctor Who - The Complete First Season"

Best TV Documentary: "Ken Burns: American Lives"

Best Bonus Materials: "Lost - The Complete First Season"

The awards were part of Home Media Retailing's TV DVD 4: Future Channels Conference, a two-day business-to-business conference featuring top studio and broadcast executives, DVD producers, classic TV stars and members of the media.

A panel of top DVD critics and journalists nominated three titles in each category from among nearly 140 studio submissions of titles released between Sept. 1, 2005, and Aug. 31, 2006.


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