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Primetime DVD Review: “Evil – Season One”

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“EVIL: Season One” Review by Suzanne 6/25/20

This is a good show, which isn’t surprising, since it’s written by the same writers that make “The Good Fight” and made “The Good Wife” (husband and wife team Michelle and Robert King)  You might be surprised that the writers, who are so good with legal and political shows, would do a horror show.  That means you forgot their previous CBS show “Braindead,” which was a horror-political-satire back in 2016.  Sadly, that one didn’t last longer than a year. In part, I think it’s because it was a little gross, and in part, it tried to do too many things at once. Not say that there isn’t some humor in “EVIL” because there is plenty. It’s mostly serious, though.

“EVIL” is about a team of three – David, an ex-journalist, now training to be a priest (Mike  Colter); Kristen, a psychologist (Katja Herbers) and Ben, the tech guy (Aasif Mandvi).  The team investigates events that may be spiritual, such as possessions or miracles.  David is a believer, of course.  Ben is a skeptic.  Kristen is somewhere in between. She isn’t sure what to think. Most of the show is seen through her eyes. The Catholic church pays for them to investigate these possible demon- or angel-involved events. The marvelous Christine Lahti plays Kristen’s mom.  The show gets more interesting when we see the flaws of the characters. It can also be creepy and scary, like any good horror show.

Make no mistake, this is a show about the supernatural. In the very first episode, we meet Leland (the wonderful Michael Emerson), who is either the devil or working for him.  Kristen is visited by a demon named George in her dreams.  Each episode has its own event, but there is also a larger story arc here, involving 60 demons.  As you watch more episodes, you learn more about the story arc.  I’m not saying it’s a perfect. There are some things in the show that don’t make a lot of sense. For instance, in the first episode, Leland steals her therapists’ notes and then uses them against her with the criminal she’s been analyzing (in her previous job, working for the D.A.). So why doesn’t she press charges against him? Her therapist saw the guy and could identify him.  They merely glossed over it in the second episode, with the D.A. saying that Leland explained his account was hacked. At the end of another episode, a man they have been investigating jumps off the roof. They never mentioned that again. Sometimes the characters do things that just make me scream at the TV, “Why are you doing that? Stupid!” but not too often.

It’s compelling drama, fun horror (and sometimes very scary), and well worth watching, despite a few flaws. I’m very glad to have the DVD because I didn’t watch the show regularly when it was on TV. I’m glad it got renewed for a second season, too.  If you’re very religious, especially Catholic, then you may not like it.  You’ll have to watch it and judge for yourself.  I’m sure it would be extra fun to watch this during Halloween.  Some of the episodes are  very scary, such as the Christmas episode, or the one where David is in the hospital. The show really exploits our fears, like things in our ears, or creepy children, or being in the hospital.

There are a few great extras. First, they have deleted scenes for many of the episodes. There are also two nice features. One is “Season One: Genesis” and the other is “Does Evil Exist?”  The first talks about the show and its background. The second is very interesting and a bit philosophical. You should definitely watch this DVD.

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Coming to DVD on June 30 is the new hit series Evil: Season One from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment.

The supernatural drama Evil: Season One stars Dutch actress Katja Herbers (Westworld) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage). The new series follows skeptical female psychologist Kristen Bouchard (Herbers) who joins carpenter and priest-in-training David Acosta (Colter) as they investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and hauntings.

Street Date: June 30, 2020

Format: DVD

Description: Evil is a psychological mystery that examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion. The series focuses on a skeptical female psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter as they investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and hauntings. Their job is to assess if there is a logical explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work.

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Primetime DVD Review “Amazon Empire”

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“FRONTLINE: Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos” Review by Suzanne 5/20/20

I have to confess that I love Amazon. I started online in 94 and started shopping as soon as I could, on Amazon and other places. I also started in their affiliate program (I’m still on there, although it doesn’t pay that much). I’ve been shopping on Amazon in 1997 and spend hundreds of dollars there every week. I even wrote a paper for my class this past spring about it. I knew about some of the drawbacks of the site; how they treated their employees. This documentary, however, shows me that there is even more to know.

One thing that Amazon does well is take care of its customers. They are rare in that sense. As it says in the doc, Amazon puts customer care over everything else. This is why they have that customer loyalty. I think some people might be shocked if they watch this documentary, though.  Some of their business tactics are pretty underhanded. Part of the reason Amazon thrives is that they always try new things, and they treat their customers well. If more companies did that, then they would give Amazon more competition.

You should enjoy watching this. Some of it the stuff they claim about Jeff Bezos is scary. You have to decide for yourself whether it’s worth it to keep shopping there or not.

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Frontline: Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos build a business empire that is unprecedented in the history of American capitalism–delivering endless products, entertainment services and technology innovations to customers with just a click of a button. But what is the cost of Amazon’s convenience?

FRONTLINE examines Amazon and Jeff Bezos’ ascent to power–and his ability to shape everything from the future of work, to the future of commerce, to the future of technology. From award-winning filmmakers James Jacoby and Anya Bourg (The Facebook Dilemma), the documentary draws on interviews with current top executives and former insiders, as well as regulators and critics, raising tough questions about Bezos and the empire he built. Through these interviews, Jacoby and Bourg’s investigation presents an inside look at who Bezos is, and how he transformed a tiny company run out of a garage into a staple of American consumerism that critics contend is willing to dominate the market at all costs.

Street Date: Available now
Run Time: 120 min.
SRP: $24.99
Format: DVD, Digital
Genre: Issues/Events: Society

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Primetime DVD Review “East Lake Meadows”

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“East Lake Meadows – A Public Housing Story” Review by Suzanne 5/20/20

This is very educational. As someone who grew up in the 70’s, I enjoyed watching their old films and hearing about life in the public housing. I had heard about Cabrini Green and some other public housing places before and always wondered how the residents could let their homes get so filthy and filled with drugs and graffiti. Now after watching this, I know how wrong I was to think that way. The residents had no money, and the city was supposed to be taking care of the grounds and repairs of the houses. They didn’t, so the places went to ruin. That’s just sad, and another disgusting part of our history when it comes to treatment of the poor (especially poor and black).

They did a good job showing what went on back then, with photos, testimony and some videos. It’s too bad that so many people were forced out. This was done by Ken Burns, but it’s not one of his really long documentaries. It’s definitely worth watching.

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Ken Burns Presents: East Lake Meadows

In 1970, the Atlanta Housing Authority opened East Lake Meadows, a public housing community on the edge of the city. Over the next 25 years, many thousands of low-income Atlantans, mostly African American, would call it home. Shoddy construction and a lack of funding left the project and surrounding landscape in disrepair and led to a rapid decline in the quality of life. As public housing in America became increasingly stigmatized, and a crack epidemic overwhelmed East Lake Meadows, the neighborhood became nearly uninhabitable, but residents nonetheless found ways to overcome violence and neglect, raise kids, find work, and create moments of joy. In the mid-1990s, Atlanta bulldozed East Lake Meadows to make way for new mixed-income housing, as government and philanthropic funds poured into the area in an effort to create a thriving community.

Through the stories of the former residents, East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story gives voice to some of the most marginalized people in our society and raises critical questions about how we have created concentrated poverty and limited housing opportunity for African Americans, and what responsibility we have as a people to ensure decent housing for our most vulnerable citizens.

Street Date: Available now
Run Time: 105 min.
SRP: $24.99
Format: DVD, Digital
Genre: Issues/Events: Domestic

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Primetime DVD Review “Blood Sugar Rising”

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“Blood Sugar  Rising” Review by Suzanne 5/20/20

This was very interesting and informative. I think everyone who is pre-diabetic or loves someone with diabetes should watch it. For those of us who already have diabetes, we probably know most of the information already. Still, I did learn some things. I didn’t know that you could be thin and young, and still get diabetes. I knew diabetes was an epidemic in this country, but I didn’t realize how bad the numbers are. I didn’t know that 10% of us have it. That’s very sad and disturbing.

Until the federal and state governments really work together on this, nothing is going to change. There needs to be free diabetes medicine and supplies for everyone. There needs to be much more nutrition information in the schools, especially with regards to sugar. Schools should not have soda and candy machines on campus; nor should the cafeterias be selling junk food. Schools should have plenty of money, too, for making nutritious food for their students. They also need to bring back home economics for all students and really teach them about growing, cooking and eating healthy food. Since most parents today don’t know how to cook or eat in a healthy manner — the schools need to fill in those gaps. Also, the schools could have programs for the parents to learn about these things as well.

Anyway, it was a good program, although hard to watch in some ways. There is also a very good short film with it, all about diabetes in Native American reservations and in Hawaii. I found this particularly interesting, since I used to live in Hawaii.

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Blood Sugar Rising

Diabetes is hidden epidemic that affects over 100 million people in the US, costing close to $350 billion each year. It’s now predicted that one in three children born in this century will likely develop the disease.

Blood Sugar Rising puts human faces to these statistics, presenting intimate stories of Americans living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and personal voices from the battle against the disease. Their struggles and successes showcase the dramatic impact of this national public health crisis. The two-hour special also reveals new hopes for diabetes management and prevention–from the rise of new medical treatments to exciting discoveries about lifestyle and environmental factors–and asks a provocative question: Why isn’t there a war on diabetes?

Street Date: Available now
Run Time: 120 min.
SRP: $24.99
Format: DVD, Digital
Genre: Health: Medicine/ Nutrition

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Primetime DVD Review “World on Fire”

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“World on Fire” Review by Suzanne 4/20/20

This is a great wartime series, which I started watching on PBS. I love Helen Hunt, and she’s outstanding in this. I love Sean Bean and Arthur Darvill from their previous work, too. All of the actors do a great job. One of the young actors looks like a young John Cusack, only more handsome.

It’s got everything you’d want in a wartime drama, plus a little romance and fun. This is what they used to do as miniseries, back in the 70’s and 80’s, with “Winds of War” and things like that. This is more realistic than those were, though. The war still rages by the end of the season, though, so I can’t wait for season 2 to see what happens to the characters.

Make sure that you watch this with the closed-captioning on, especially if you’re American or older because it’s hard to understand, otherwise, with the thick accents.

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ACADEMY AWARD®-WINNER HELEN HUNT AND SEAN BEAN STAR INWORLD ON FIRE” PLUS A FULL SLATE OF NEW SERIES AVAILABLE NOW

Arlington, VA – April 27, 2020 – PBS Distribution released eight new programs on DVD and Blu-ray last month. This slate of releases included an extraordinary performance from Helen Hunt and Sean Bean inWorld on Fire,” new additions to the critically renowned Frontline series, as well as a Ken Burns presentation and two new Nature programs. Learn more about global landmarks, American wildlife, public housing, and the diabetes epidemic, among other topics. Information about each program listed below. Every purchase supports public television for all.
Masterpiece: World On Fire
Summer 1939. Harry, a translator at the British Embassy in Warsaw, is falling in love with Polish waitress Kasia. When German tanks roll into Poland, and Britain declares war on Germany, Harry and Kasia face terrible choices. With her life in grave danger, can Harry help her–and if he can, how will he ever explain himself to Lois Bennett, the girl he left behind in Manchester? As the Nazi threat spreads across Europe, Kasia must choose between love and fighting for her country, Harry must find his place in the world, and Lois must seize new opportunities the war presents.
The conflict overturns everything for Harry’s snobbish mother Robina; for Douglas, Lois’ pacifist father; and for her younger brother Tom, who joins the Navy and finds himself under fire in one of the first major battles of the war. In Berlin, outspoken American journalist Nancy risks her life trying to help her neighbors; while in Paris, Nancy’s nephew, medic Webster refuses to leave the city and the man he loves.
World on Fire traverses the first year of WWII, from ordinary life in England to the beaches of Dunkirk, diving deep into the hearts and minds of those living their lives during this extraordinary time as they grapple with the unthinkable: a world in flames.
Street Date: Available now
Run Time: 420 min.
SRP: $39.99/$49.99
Format: DVD/Blu-ray, Digital
Genre: Arts: British Drama

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Primetime DVD Review “Star Trek: Short Treks”

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“Star Trek: Short Treks” Review by Suzanne 5/20/20

I’m a huge “Star Trek” fan, and I had just gotten around to watching “Star Trek: Discovery,” so I was very happy to get this DVD collection of “Short Treks.” I hadn’t seen them before. They’re very good. Some are funny, and some are cute, and some are very poignant. After watching all of these, I had to track down the last one, “Children of Mars,” which is not on this DVD. It aired much later, so that’s probably why. It’s very good and should win an Emmy, IMHO. Scifi rarely wins Emmys, though.

You should definitely watch “Star Trek: Discovery” before watching these because otherwise you might be a little confused because the characters are from that show. Too bad they didn’t make any Short Treks for all the other Star Trek series!!! Those would have been fantastic to watch.

There are a lot of features on the DVD’s, too, such as “The Making of Short Treks.” I especially enjoyed the tribbles episode and behind-the-scenes feature, not only because I’m a long-time Star Trek fan, but also because I’ve interviewed David Gerrold before.

This DVD would make a great gift for any Star Trek fan. I hope they come out with more of them next season.

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BOLDLY GO INTO THE EXPANDING STAR TREK UNIVERSE AS 
STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS TAKES FLIGHT 
ON BLU-RAY™ AND DVD ON JUNE 2

Together for the First Time, New Collection Features Nine of the CBS All Access Original Short Stories, Including Two Animated Shorts, and
More Than 50 Minutes of Exclusive Special Features 

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (March 16, 2020) – Dive deeper into key themes and characters that fit into Star Trek: Discoveryand the expanding Star Trek universe with the forthcoming STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS collection. Arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on June 2, the new release offers fans nine of the Star Trek stand-alone short stories in one collection for the first time ever.

The collection of shorts includes three U.S.S. Enterprise-focused shorts featuring Star Trek: Discovery: Season Two favorites Anson Mount (“Captain Christopher Pike”), Ethan Peck(“Spock”) and Rebecca Romijn (“Number One”); all four of the original shorts, starring Rainn Wilson (“Harry Mudd”), Mary Wiseman (“Ensign Sylvia Tilly”), Doug Jones (“Commander Saru”) and Aldis Hodge (“Craft”); and two animated shorts from the Star Trek universe with animation unlike any done before for the Star Trek franchise.

Fans can discover never-before-seen bonus content, including:

●      COMING OF AGE – Tied to the “Runaway” short, the first installment of the new Short Trek format was written by executive producers Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman about Tilly finding a stowaway with whom she can relate. In this behind-the-scenes interview, Kurtzman, Director Maja Vrvilo and star Mary Wiseman talk about the use of the short to give the audience further insight into Tilly’s character. 

●      SHALL WE DANCE – Writer Michael Chabon and Director Olatunde Osunsanmi discuss the challenges of creating a compelling story with only one on-screen character in the familiar setting of the U.S.S Discovery for the “Calypso” short.

●      FIRST CONTACT: KAMINAR – A deep dive into “The Brightest Star” short and creating Saru’s backstory with the Star Trek actors and writers.

●      COVERED IN MUDD  Tied to “The Escape Artist” short, an interview with star Rainn Wilson about directing the Harry Mudd short and his experience on both sides of the camera.

●      ENSIGN SPOCK’S FIRST DAY – Writer Michael Chabon talks about writing for Ensign Spock and finding hidden talents in relation to the “Q&A” short.

●      HERE COMES TRIBBLE – Fans will dive into “The Trouble with Edward” short as prop master Mario Moreira discusses bringing back the beloved Tribble for the shorts.

●      SCORE! – A behind-the-curtain discussion with Oscar® and Grammy® Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino about taking the reins on “Ephraim and Dot,” and directing and composing for Star Trek: Short Treks.

●      BEDTIME STORIES – Writer Brandon Schultz, director Olatunde Osunsanmi and actor Kenric Green (“Mike Burnham”) discuss the development of “The Girl Who Made the Stars,” the animated Short Trek about a bedtime story.

●      THE MAKING OF “SHORT TREKS – An in-depth discussion with executive producer Alex Kurtzman and more about how and why the new concept Short Treks were made.

●      TWO AUDIO COMMENTARIES – Featuring Executive Producers Alex Kurtzman, Jenny Lumet providing commentary for the “Runaway” short, and star Anson Mount providing commentary for the “Ask Not” short

The first two seasons of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY are now available to stream on CBS All Access and are distributed concurrently by CBS Studios International on Netflix in 188 countries and in Canada on Bell Media’s Space channel and OTT service CraveTV.  The first two seasons are also available on Blu-ray and DVD.  The series is produced by CBS Television Studios, Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment. 

Blu-ray & DVD Shorts:

●      “Runaway”

●      “Calypso”

●      “The Brightest Star”

●      “The Escape Artist”

●      “Q&A”

●      “The Trouble with Edward”

●      “Ask Not”

●      “Ephraim & Dot”

●      “The Girl Who Made the Stars”

STAR TREK: SHORT TREKS Blu-ray and DVD are presented in widescreen (16×9) format with English SDH subtitles. The DVD will offer English 5.1 Surround Audio and the Blu-ray will present English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.

CBS Home Entertainment manages the worldwide DVD and Blu-ray businesses for the CBS Corporation across all lines of content including current hits and classic series from the vast CBS library, as well as new releases from Showtime Networks. CBS Home Entertainment products are released on the CBS DVD and CBS Blu-ray labels.

Paramount Home Entertainment (PHE) is part of Paramount Pictures Corporation (PPC), a global producer and distributor of filmed entertainment.  PPC is a unit of ViacomCBS (NASDAQ: VIAC; VIACA), a leading content company with prominent and respected film, television and digital entertainment brands.  The PHE division oversees PPC’s home entertainment and transactional digital distribution activities worldwide. The division is responsible for the sales, marketing and distribution of home entertainment content on behalf of Paramount Pictures, Paramount Animation, Paramount Television, Paramount Players, MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and CBS and applicable licensing and servicing of certain DreamWorks Animation titles.  PHE additionally manages global licensing of studio content and transactional distribution across worldwide digital distribution platforms including online, mobile and portable devices and emerging technologies.

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Call the Midwife: Season Nine
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Pennyworth: The Complete First Season
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Orange Is the New Black: Season 7
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PBS Kids: 15 Pet-Tastic Tails!
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Fear The Walking Dead Season 5
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The Good Place: The Final Season
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Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan - Season Two
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NCIS: New Orleans: The Sixth Season
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The Brokenwood Mysteries Series 6
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Endeavour: The Complete Seventh Season
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Arrow: The Eighth and Final Season
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Star Trek: Picard - Season One
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Ray Donovan: The Seventh Season
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Masterpiece Mystery: Grantchester Season 5
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Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 10
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Gunsmoke: The Final Season
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Some of my DVDs

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East Lake Meadows
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FRONTLINE: Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos
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Earth's Sacred Wonders
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Madam Secretary: The Final Season
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The Affair: The Final Season
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Masterpiece: Beecham House
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Gunsmoke: The Complete Series
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Project Blue Book - Season 2
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Watchmen: An HBO Limited Series
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Murdoch Mysteries, Season 13
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Belgravia
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Hallmark 2-Movie Collection (Paris, Wine and Romance / Rome In Love)
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Doctor Who: The Complete Twelfth Series
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Northern Exposure: The Complete Series
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Shameless: Season 10
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NCIS: Los Angeles: The Eleventh Season
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Power Season 6
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Midsomer Murders Series 21
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Criminal Minds: The Final Season
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Star Trek: Short Trekss
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Criminal Minds: The Complete Series
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EVIL: Season One
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World on Fire Season One
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Blood Sugar Rising
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Police Squad: The Complete Series [Blu-ray]
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The Twilight Zone (2019): Season One
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Harley Quinn: The Complete First Season
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NCIS: The Seventeenth Season
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Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears
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South Park: The Complete Twenty-Third Season
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Madam Secretary: The Complete Series
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The Affair: The Complete Series
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Bonanza: The Official Tenth Season, Volume One and Two
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Lucifer: The Complete Fourth Season
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Blue Bloods: The Tenth Season
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Yellowstone: Season Three
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