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TV on DVD – Supernatural, Modern Family, The Mentalist, and more

New on video September 18: ‘Supernatural,’ ‘Modern Family,’ ‘The Mentalist,’ ‘Body of Proof,’ ‘Hawaii Five-O,’ ‘Army Wives,’ ‘Suburgatory,’ ‘Paranormal State,’ ‘Games of the XXX Olympiad,’ ‘Man vs. Wild,’ ‘Get A Life,’ ‘Rawhide,’ ‘Whiplash’

by Chuck Duncan

Ratings Clack – What is that Olympic Promotion worth?

The first results of NBC’s Olympic promotion are in, and they’re not encouraging. Over on cable, the news was much better for TNT with their big series finale for ‘The Closer’, and premiere of ‘Major Crimes’.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – The Olympics continue to dominate

The Olympics continued to dominate all of television, moving into position to pass the Beijing games as the most watched TV event in US history. On cable, ‘Dallas’ wrapped season one on a good note.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Olympics are off to a great start

If there’s one thing we all have learned by this point… people, in the general, do like a good opening ceremony. As expected, the ‘Olympic Games’ got off to a great start for NBC. Over on cable, the starts weren’t quite as good for ‘Warehouse 13′ and ‘Alphas’.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Crimetime takes a back seat to the long ball

Baseball led the way on broadcast and cable last week, taking a bit of the shine off of premieres for ‘The Closer’, ‘Perception’, ‘Covert Affairs’, ‘White Collar’, and ‘NY Med’.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Olympic trials lead a slow holiday week as ‘Anger Management’ tumbles

A slow holiday week was headlined by gymnasts making a case to go to London on the broadcast networks. On cable, Showtime had premieres for ‘Weeds’ and ‘Episodes’ as Charlie Sheen took a big drop, but the big numbers were for the ‘BET Awards’.

by Brett Love

Ratings Clack – Anger Management no match for a new Duncan

FX had the big story on cable with the premiere of Charlie Sheen’s ‘Anger Management’, but it was surprisingly upstaged in the viewer department by ‘Good Luck Charlie’. On the broadcast networks, NBC got the Olympic machine fired up a little early.

by Brett Love