It's taken many years to get the new movie made, but luckily we've had plenty of Superman on TV to keep us happy. Whether it's been the immensely popular Smallville, the pre-Desperate Housewives Lois & Clark, or the thoroughly modern Justice League Unlimited, the adventures of Superman have been unfolding on television and have shown sides to the character that only TV could.
We've divided our feature into four sections: actors and actresses in the movie Superman Returns, with links to their TV credits; live-action Superman programs; the animated Superman programs; and clips from the newly released Superman DVDs.
It's exciting that Bryan Singer and the studio went with a relatively unknown actor to play Superman. We have no preconceived notions of how Brandon will portray the character, like we would if, say, George Clooney or Nicolas ...
ABC is home to some of the best shows on television, and the finales for these great series will surely not disappoint. Look for excitement from Desperate Housewives, Lost, and Grey's Anatomy--and be sure to bid a final farewell to Sydney Bristow on the series finale of Alias.
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The Complete First Season
Desperate Housewives, ABC's surprise breakout hit, has arrived on DVD just in time for fans to brush up before the premiere of the second season. Bask in Wisteria Lane's devilishly delightful blend of satire, drama, and mystery--from the gunshot that started it all to the tense cliff-hanger of the season finale.
Six of the 23 episodes on this gorgeously packaged set can be viewed in an "unrated, extended" format with clarifying introductions from series creator Marc Cherry. Also included are deleted scenes for seven other episodes, audio commentaries from Cherry and the Emmy-nominated Desperate Housewives cast, a blooper reel, five fascinating featurettes, and The New Neighbor, a special segment in which Oprah Winfrey arrives on Wisteria Lane.
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