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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

TV News: Rescue Me DVDs, Nip/Tuck return date, Buffy on iTunes, Knight Rider the movie, and more

by Jennifer Squires Biller

Rescue Me DVD Season 2
Rescue Me fans, the season two DVDs are now available. The DVD set is loaded with bonus features, 35 deleted scenes and a blooper reel. (I can only imagine the outtakes that must occur when you’re shooting a scene with “Jesus.”) The show returns to F/X on May 30, but for those of you who can’t wait to see Tommy and the gang, check out the DVDs.

Nip/Tuck returns in September
It’s going to be a tough summer without Christian Troy. Hold me? Nip/Tuck won’t return for its fourth season until September 19. Let’s just hope the Carver won’t return at all. All together now, “EWWWW!”

FOX shows on iTunes and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, too
FOX may have got on board late with putting their shows on iTunes for download, but I forgive them. They’ve made up for it by offering FOX Classic shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly and Lost in Space. Yay! FOX is also offering current shows 24, Prison Break, Unan1mous and Stacked. No, that’s not a typo. Stacked is available for download. Never underestimate the power of Pamela Anderson, people. Never.

Knight Rider the movie
Just when you thought movie studios had run out of classic TV shows to turn into spoofy big-screen movies, along comes the news that K.I.T.T. the talking car is about to go Hollywood. The 1980s series Knight Rider, starring David Hasselhoff and K.I.T.T., is being brought to the big screen by creator Glen A. Larson. Maybe this one will be better than the previous TV shows turned into movies. Hey, it can’t possibly be worse can it?

NBC greenlights Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
NBC has picked up a new drama from Aaron Sorkin (brilliant creator of The West Wing) for the 2006-07 season. The new show is called STUDIO 60 ON THE SUNSET STRIP and is set behind the scenes of a late-night comedy show, a la Saturday Night Live. The premise looks spectacular, as does the cast: Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, Steven Weber, D.L. Hughley and Amanda Peet. The network is so impressed with the show, rumors are that it could take ER’s prime Thursday-night timeslot. Now, if they could just come up with a better name.

Veronica Mars finale: Leave it to Beaver and the CW Easter Egg
The Veronica Mars season two DVDs drops on August 22. This set includes a gag reel, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes and more.

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