TV Good. Watch TV.

Go on, call one of us a wanker. Just try it.This week’s Sympatico/MSN DVD column wallows in a flood of really great genre television — new collections of “Torchwood”, “Doctor Who”, “Dollhouse”, “Battlestar Galactica”, the original “Life on Mars” and “The Middleman” all hit the shelves yesterday, and there’s just so much ground to cover. So dive in!

One caveat: Though almost every worthwhile show of the last year is now on disc, Warner won’t release the second season of “Chuck” until September. Which is sad, because there’s some pretty awesome stuff in there, too.

3 thoughts on “TV Good. Watch TV.”

  1. Bravo! Spread the word far and wide about great British sci-fi and underappreciated Joss Whedon stuff (Dollhouse tied with Fringe as my favorite new show last season). I didn’t realize the network pulled something of a Firefly on Dollhouse, so thanks for the heads up. I’ll have to rent it to get what didn’t air on TV.

  2. Season 3 of Torchwood is the best thing I’ve seen on TV in years. I was awed by how fearless Children of Earth was – talk about not pulling your punches. It’s going to be awhile before I can hear the sequence of numbers ‘456’ and not feel a sense of dread.

  3. I’ll rest when ‘On the Air’ and ‘Maximum Bob’ are out on DVD.

    And ‘Muppets Tonight’ only if it includes the terrorist bombing episode.

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