10 Best TV Shows On DVD
Looking to add to your collection? Here are the Top 10 Best TV Shows on DVD that every guy should own. Or Netflix.
Whether you're reliving an old favorite or discovering a show for the first time, TV shows on DVD allow you to immerse yourself in the full experience and enjoy your favorite programs the way they were meant to be—without commercial interruption or those annoying superimposed station ads in the lower corner. So without further ado, the ten best TV shows on DVD:
- "Lost." Because, come on, if you try to watch Lost on broadcast TV you'll end up. . . well. . . Lost. The full season DVDs are the only way to keep track of who died, who came back from the dead and who is just a figment of everyone's imagination.
- "The West Wing." Proving that politics can be very entertaining, this series is smart, funny and has more words per minute than any other show on TV. Is it too late for Martin Sheen to run for president, for real?
"The Sopranos." If you're even thinking about passing up on this complete HBO TV series on DVD, fuhgeddaboudit!
- "Lost in Space." This '60s scifi series takes you back to that glorious time when every little boy wanted to be an astronaut. Danger, Danger Will Robinson, this DVD series is campy fun.
"Friday Night Lights." You've never seen this on TV before. It's all about life and football in a small Texas town and the performances are so raw and honest, it's more real than reality TV.
"Firefly." Cowboys in space from the mind of Joss Whedon. 'Nuff said.
"Mad Men." This TV series is like a lesson in style and class . . . and how to cheat on your wife, get your co-worker pregnant, work the three martini lunch and smoke like it's not going to kill you. It's like a man's primer on the good life.
"24." Explosions, gunfire, fist fights, car chases and helicopter stunts and that's just Kiefer Sutherland trying to get to the set at 9pm on a weekday in LA. Pop in disc one and let the mayhem begin!
"Wild Wild West." This is an oldie but a goodie. Think James Bond as a western and you've got this rollicking tale of two secret service agents who routinely save the world from evil geniuses, government traitors and the world's smallest and smartest madman, Dr. Miguelito Loveless. Forget Will Smith, Robert Conrad is the one, the only, the original James West.
- "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Don’t let the title fool you. This horror tale metaphor for everyday life is all too relatable. Unrequited love, living up to expectations, family issues and vampires. Who can't relate to all that?