With the recent passing away of Charlies Angels series one star, Farah Fawcett, the DVD release of Charlie’s Angels series four is a timely way to relive the glory days of the adored actress
Weeds is back for its fifth season in the US and is still as witty as the first. The comedic TV series has gained huge success, confronting dark and troublesome issues through a humorous light.
It has come to that time of the year where we must say goodbye to one of our favourite American sitcoms How I Met Your Mother. Season four of the popular show ends on Monday, leaving many Australian fans disappointed.The next season (season five) is screening in the US come September, but we will have [...]
Another British comedy Absolutely Fabulous has retained its fame, moving from UK TV screens to DVD. Known as Ab fab this sitcom was broadcast on BBC in 1992 but the show is still as popular now as it was back then.
The HBO series has kept American’s glued to their TV screens and soon, we too can get a taste of the vampire show that has everyone hooked. True Blood is the story of the Louisiana town of Bon Temps, where vampires have rose from their coffins and no longer need humans to survive.
Four actors, a bunch of scenarios and mixed matched lines- this is TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? This comedy show has entertained millions, not only on US television screens but also down under. Australia can now see the hilarious sketches on Whose Line Is It Anyway? on DVD.
Although it may have appeared on the airwaves in 1950, Gumby is still adored by fans young and old. He is the recognisable small clay man that embarks on wild journeys and entertains us from start to finish.
“Look at Moiye Kimmy, Look at Moiye”- This saying from the Logie Award winning comedy series Kath & Kim is one that Australians wont forget. The comedy duo Kath & Kim have become familiar characters and the TV show has become an Australian hit.
Little Britain is not only an award winning TV show in the UK, but it has sparked the interest of many Australian’s on TV and its DVD series. The character-based comedy show first appeared on UK BBC radio, but made its recognisable fame from their television series.
Chuck may be on Australian television airwaves at the moment, but for those who don’t have FOXTEL can also get a taste of the show that has everybody talking. The complete first season of Chuck is now available on DVD and gives viewers a look at the ace computer geek from the beginning.