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Warner Bros. TV programs coming to DVD

December 31, 2004|by Zap2it.com

To celebrate half a century of broadcasting over the public airwaves, Warner Bros. Television plans to ring in 2005 by dusting off its archival series and releasing them as DVD collections.

Beginning with James Garner's "Maverick," the network will launch shows never before available on DVD, including Will Smith's "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and the show that launched Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, "Full House."

Other shows expected to be released during the year include "Murphy Brown," "The Jamie Foxx Show," "The Wayans Bros.," "Night Court" and seasons of "Friends," "West Wing" and "Smallville" which have not yet been available.

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