TV Show on DVD
by Dr. John Luton
You can now check out your favorite TV show on DVD! Isn't technology
I mean, look at everything we have available today that just
a few years ago would have been virtually unimaginable. Take television,
for instance. Just a few years back -- I won't say just how many
-- I was watching the weatherman on my parents' TV set in beautiful
black and white. And we were dazzled!
Those days are gone!
Now we have so many options that it really makes my head spin,
and -- while it could just be from the whirling motion -- one
special memory rises to the surface.
It was a week or so before Christmas, and I can remember waiting
for the furniture company's delivery truck because we were expecting
a really special delivery - one that we just couldn't miss. Our
first color TV set was on the way. When it finally arrived, I
soon reveled to the brilliant hues of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed
Reindeer," right in the comfort of my own living room.
I think that was the fastest hour of my life. It didn't want
the program to end.
But we hadn't seen anything - yet!
No, the wonders of technology were just getting underway. Before
long, I suddenly found myself transported into the 90s, riding
the wave of digital transmission and storage capabilities. While
it all started with viewing movies on the new Digital Video Discs
(DVDs), we soon started hearing -- from some really good advertisers
- that some of the old favorites were available on the new disks.
That's right -- your favorite TV show on DVD!
Now, we can watch those oldies but goodies anytime you want.
Unless, of course, you have something different in mind.
So, my question is . . .
And now we're getting to the good stuff . . .
What's your favorite TV show on DVD? Tell me what you like, and
let the official Internet TV Guru guide you right to the goods!
We'll leave no stone unturned, no passage unexplored, no . . .
well, I think you get the picture!
Let's hear it for the oldies!
Whether you're looking for vintage "I Love Lucy," classic
scenes from "Three's Company," or a gripping, suspense-filled
episode of a western like "Have Gun Will Travel," you'll
definitely want to check out all the digital footage @ TVShowsOnDVD.com.
Click on: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/
and have a blast!
That's the very best place to look for your favorite TV show
on DVD. What's more, they're not limited to the shows we've already
mentioned; they've got comedies, mini-series, sci-fi and just
about everything else.
As you'll see, it's a great place for all you one-stop shoppers.
What about the great TV shows of today?
I'm so glad you asked. Now, if you're in the mood for something
a little more modern, and want to carry home the whole shebang
in a box, like all those years of "Friends" or "Sex
in the City," check out all the Web stores at once by visiting
way you can comparison shop and buy even more stuff!
Okay - let's see - we've covered the oldies for you classic TV
fans, as well as the best of recent years and today. After you've
shopped for your favorite TV show on DVD, why not pick up a few
movies -- just for kicks?
I'll never steer you wrong when it comes to TV on DVD. Okay,
happy shopping now! When you're done, don't forget to spin one
The ITV Guru - Dr. John W. Luton
For even more, check out DVDReview.com for some great DVD suggestions!
You'll find just what you're looking for @ http://www.dvdreview.com/.
Growing up in northeastern North Carolina,
John Luton marveled as his father told stories about his
childhood and World War II adventures. Bluebird
in Belgium relates those wonderful stories.
Dr. Luton teaches world literature and
mass communication at Elizabeth City State University.
The Lutons have three grown children.