Telemystery, your source for one of the most comprehensive listings of crime drama, amateur sleuth, private investigator, mystery and suspense television series, mini-series and made-for-television movies, now available on or coming soon to DVD or Blu-ray disc, is profiling two made-for-television movies and one series season being released this week.
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A decade after Hart to Hart ended its series run, eight made-for-television movies starring Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers as Jonathan and Jennifer Hart aired. Six of these have already been released and this week the final two are. (Technically they're being made available as manufacture-on-demand releases.)
Hart to Hart: Two Harts in 3/4 Time (on DVD) and has the couple in Montreal for the reading of the will of their dearly departed friend and confidant, Max, where they learn he has bequested them an antique clock. The clock holds secret documents which could incriminate an acquaintance of the Harts who find themselves caught in the middle of the mystery.
Hart to Hart: Harts in High Season (on DVD) has the Harts in Sydney, Australia to attend the Opera, where they also meet Elliot Manning with a view to buying his Wildlife Reserve. When Elliot fakes his own death, he manages to involve Jonathan and Jennifer in his "murder" and attempts to blackmail them for five million dollars cash.
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Thought a set of the entire series has already been released, the studio is continuing to release individual seasons of Law & Order.
This ninth season of the series — not quite the half-way point — is also the transition period for a number of the cast. It is the final season for Benjamin Bratt as Detective Reynaldo "Rey" Curtis and the first for Angie Harmon as Assistant District Attorney Abbie Carmichael (replacing Carey Lowell as ADA Jamie Ross). It is also the penultimate season for series regular — and last remaining of the original cast — Steven Hill, who plays District Attorney Adam Schiff.
Law & Order: Season Nine is available on DVD and consists of 23 episodes — including the season finale two-parter — that originally aired on NBC from September 1998 through May 1999. (Note: This season set does not include the made-for-television movie Exiled, which aired during the season. It is available separately.)
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