Bye-bye you gossip hounds.
Are you ready for some comedy? Well, get your laughs in early, before it's time to watch Damages and comedy catches a bullet.
Before Jennifer Love Hewitt whispered to ghosts and lulled them into a sense of peace and tranquility with her heaving bosom, Matthew Fox tried the same thing, and it went about as well as you'd expect.
Aside from Mad Men, the TV on DVD release this week are mostly guilty pleasure-types, or, in some cases, just the guilt part.
Today's crop of DVDs is strange, to say the least. On the bright side, you won't be disappointed that you didn't receive any of these for Valentine's Day.
Kyra Sedgwick faces her penultimate year solving crimes, Louis C.K. makes us cringe and then laugh and Lifetime reminds us of a certain royal wedding.
Welcome to the new all-TV edition of I Want My DVD! With the fall TV season on the verge of exploding all over our faces (provided that our faces are pointed at the television), the TV-on-DVD stream is in full force. Check out our guide to new and old TV shows that are just now hitting stores. Not included: most 1960s cowboy TV shows. Sorry, that's how we roll.
The DVD industry continues its long, slow march to the new fall season, with the previous seasons for over a half-dozen of our favorite shows hitting stores today. But before we get to those, we have news about a blast from your past that just hit DVD...
More TV this week, including a couple of awesome British shows, a few truly good cartoons, one show that's only on the Internet, and a few shows we still can't believe they put on television at all. Were they actually taking crazy pills?