Batman will finally join the Justice League and a new Superman will find his way to the Legion of Super Heroes. These were just a couple of the revelations at Friday's two-part panel covering two of the WB's most popular cartoon superhero shows: Legion of Super Heroes and The Batman, both of which will be returning for their next seasons in September.
Legion of Super Heroes
The first panel, which discussed Legion's upcoming second season, included producer James Tucker, director Brandon Vietti, story editor Michael Jelenic, as well a trio of voice talent from the show: Yuri Lowenthal (Superman), Phil Morris (Imperiex), and Alex Polinski (Chameleon Boy). In the latter duo's case, they'll be voicing characters that are new to the series, which in season two will pick up roughly a year after the events of the first season. Polinski's Chameleon Boy ...
CSI is one of television's favorite franchises, and this spin-off is a major hit in its own right. The hot locales and the tense situations keep ratings up week after week. In season three, the sensuous Miami skyline looms over the team like a glitzy foreboding blanket.
Former NYPD Blue man David Caruso got his second chance at TV stardom and has stuck with it. A wise choice. Caruso plays Horatio Caine, a tough-as-nails forensics investigator. He leads a team of forensic analysts and solves crimes by investigating the smallest details, down to the DNA.
This set features 24 episodes on seven discs, with commentary on six episodes. It also includes the DVD-only featurettes "Delivering the Goods," "Visualizing Season 3," "Locations Coast to Coast," "Deep Blue Sea," and an eight-part feature about medical-examiner school.
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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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This third installation in the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation franchise takes us straight to the gritty streets of Manhattan, where driven detectives Mack Taylor (Gary Sinise) and Stella Bonasera (Melina Kanakaredes) guide a team of experts to the resolutions of New York's most mysterious crimes. These crackerjack investigators have to rely on natural talent and hard-earned skill to comb the city for the shreds of evidence that, once compiled, form arguments strong enough to crack even the hardest cases.
This seven-disc DVD set comprises all 24 episodes of CSI: NY's first season, including favorites like "Creatures of the Night," "Three Generations Are Enough," and "What You See Is What You Get." Special features include cast interviews, a set tour, and featurettes covering "the zoo year," "the world's largest crime scene," and "the science behind the scenes."Read more