California, here we come! The O.C.'s second season has arrived on DVD--just in time for fans to catch up before the third season premieres on Thursday, September 8.
The second season of Fox's hit teen soap serves up even more passion, drama, and laughter than the first. We learn more about Ryan, Marissa, Summer, Seth, and the rest of the characters as they grow, change, and react to the fallout of their past decisions. Ryan's brother Trey arrives in Newport Beach; Sandy and Kirsten's perfect marriage begins to crumble; and Marissa gets creative with her love life. Plotlines thicken and tension increases, all leading up to the explosive season finale.
This seven-disc set includes 24 great episodes, audio commentaries, the extended creator's cut of "The Rainy ...Read more
As the rash of giant sunglasses, vintage jackets, and shaggy hair indicates, retro is so hip it's almost uncool. But as long as it stays cool, people will try to make a buck off it--and that's a good thing for fans of classic television shows.
NBC today announced plans to stream full, ad-supported episodes of more than a dozen series from yesteryear on NBC-owned properties beginning this month. Among the series set to be shown online are The A-Team, the original Battlestar Galactica, Miami Vice, Kojak, and Simon & Simon. Some shows that aren't too dusty, such as mid-'90s sci-fi show Tek Wars (Shatner!) and 2003's Tremors will get their time online too. NBC did not say how many episodes of each series would be made available.Read more