One Tree Hill: Season 8
One Tree Hill: The Complete 8th Season
This Warner Bros. release is just in time for the premiere of the CW hit's ninth and final season in January. Relive all 22 episodes on five discs, plus unaired scenes, a look at the Halloween episode, a featurette on the making of the mid-season finale, memories of the eighth season, commentaries on two episodes, and a gag reel...
Family Guy: Volume Nine
Family Guy: Volume 9
This three-disc set features 14 uncensored episodes from the eighth and ninth seasons of Fox's hit animated series, including the memorable 150th episode, "Brian and Stewie," and an extended version of "And Then There Were Fewer." The set also features deleted scenes, side-by-side animatics, audio commentaries, three featurettes, and an episode of The Cleveland Show with a special introduction by Mike Henry...
Highlights from this week's DVD releases:
The Simpsons: Season 14
This four-disc (three-disc Blu-ray) set includes all 22 episodes, plus tons of bonus material. Commentary tracks, after being absent from previous releases, are back. Executive producers Al Jean and Mike Scully can be heard on every track, along with various writers, producers and directors. Also included are original sketches, deleted scenes, an animation showcase, and a special 300th episode featurette...
It's the Modern Family clan like you've never seen them before — well, that's because you haven't.
In the Season 2 DVD extras, coming out Sept. 20, viewers will get a chance to see family confessionals that never made it to air — the Pritchetts and the Dunphys don't hold back.
Benjamin Bratt to return to Modern Family, baby Lily recast
For instance, you may remember Claire's incessant worrying about a speeding neighbor, but just what prompts Phil (Ty Burrell) to think it's OK to compare her to a dog? To find out, check out the exclusive clip below, which also highlights more of Hayley's baby-sitting shortcomings and Phil's former career as a ... cheerleader?
In 1989, ABC premiered the Perfect Strangers spin-off Family Matters, which featured a relatively unknown cast. Although the series focused on a middle-class African American family in Chicago, the breakout star was the Winslows' annoyingly dorky neighbor, Steve Urkel. Twenty years later, Jaleel White, who played Urkel, still looks back at the show that catapulted him into stardom with fond memories and says that, yes, people still ask him to do the famous "Urkel" voice. The 33-year-old spoke to TVGuide.com about his favorite memories from his nine seasons on the show, the first season of which is in stores on DVD Tuesday.
TVGuide.com: What was it like working on Family Matters?
Jaleel White: It was an amazing experience. I learned physical comedy to a degree that most child actors never will. I really just became a student of it — became obsessed with it to be quite honest. I was fortunate to work with ...
Bryan Batt, Mad Men
For Mad Men's Bryan Batt, looking back at the AMC drama's third season is bittersweet.
Mad Men: What's next for Sal?
Yes, Batt's character, closeted art director Salvatore Romano, received ample screen time and emotional story lines. It's just that the most gripping episode of his arc may have been his very last on the show.
In the episode, Sal refused the advances of the son of Sterling Cooper's largest client. In the fallout, he was fired, and his character did not appear in the remainder of the season. Batt says he hasn't been approached about returning for Season 4, which begins airing this summer.
"I don't know what's happening with my character," Batt tells TVGuide.com...
Fox is looking to cash in on Glee's popularity even more by releasing the first 13 episodes on DVD before the year's end.
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Glee Season One: Road to Sectionals will be available for purchase on Dec. 29, only weeks after the show wraps up its first 13 episodes, according to Variety.