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New Releases: 6/24/14

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I Spy: The Complete Series

Bill Cosby and Robert Culp star as two of the hippest secret agents in television history in I Spy: The Complete Series. Travelling to exotic locales while posing as a tennis pro and his trainer, intelligence operatives Kelly Robinson (Culp) and Alexander Scott (Cosby) take on the espionage community with both grit and lighthearted banter.

A groundbreaking series when originally aired on NBC from 1965 to 1968, I Spy remains beloved by fans today due to the unmatched chemistry between its two stars. Both Culp and Cosby were nominated for Emmy Awards in the Best Leading Actor in a Drama Series category all three seasons of I Spy’s run, with Cosby winning the award each year. Culp also received a nomination for his significant writing contributions to the series.

Tag along with the coolest agents from the Cold War in this eighty-two episode anthology of a true television classic. It’s no secret that I Spy: The Complete Series is a must-have for your collection.

NYPD Blue: Season Six

One of television’s finest police dramas returns in the sixth season of NYPD Blue, the Emmy® and Peabody award-winning series from co-creators Steven Bochco and David Milch.

Rick Schroder joins an already impressive cast (including Kim Delaney, Jimmy Smits, James McDaniel, Gordon Clapp and Andrea Thompson) as Danny Sorenson, a detective whose methods raise suspicions amongst his co-workers, including his new partner Andy Sipowicz (Emmy® winner Dennis Franz). But Sorenson’s arrival is just one of many explosive events in NYPD Blue: Season 6 which will ensure that the 15th Precinct can never be the same again.

Featuring guest appearances by Terrence Howard, Daniel Benzali, Mos Def, Kevin Dillon and Emile Hirsch. NYPD Blue: Season 6’s twenty-two episodes (available for the first time on DVD) signify an unforgettable turning point in one of the most acclaimed and controversial programs of its time.

Tags: I Spy, Bill Cosby, new releases, and NYPD Blue

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