Seasons One and Two of Garry Shandling's comedy hit series about the twisted inner workings of a late-night talk show and its host is now available in one hilarious collection! Larry Sanders (Garry Shandling) is a neurotic late-night talk show host flanked by Artie (Rip Torn), his caustic, foul-mouthed producer, and "Hey Now" Hank Kingsley (Jeffrey Tambor), his attention-thirsty sidekick. Off-air it's all train wrecks and egos, but when the lights go down and the theme music kicks in, you get late-night at its finest.
Guest Stars: David Spade, William Shatner, Carol Burnett, Jon Lovitz, Dana Carvey, Michael Richards, Robin Williams, George Forman, Peter Falk, Richard Simmons, Bob Saget, Kathy Ireland, Helen Hunt, Alec Baldwin, Phil Hartman, David Letterman, Hugh Hefner, Roseanne, Jay Leno, George Segal, Adam Sandler, Alex Trebek, John Ritter, Warren Zevon, Burt Reynolds, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, Chris Farley and Many More!
Last August we reported about a deal
struck between Mill Creek Entertainment and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Where TV-DVDs are concerned, the deal basically says that any Sony-owned television shows named in the deal, where the episodes have previously been made available on DVD (whether by Sony or any other prior licensee), can now be made available on DVD once more by Mill Creek at a reduced (budget-level) price. This way, fans of the series who missed the previous releases, or simply couldn't afford them at the time, will have another opportunity to purchase those episodes.
Toward that end, Mill Creek has scheduled a release of The Larry Sanders Show - Seasons 1 & 2
on DVD this summer. Those seasons had 31 half-hour episodes when they first broadcast in 1992-93 (if counting the double-length second season premiere as "two" episodes). There's no word about whether the seasons will also be sold separately; right now we're only aware of the two-season combo pack. That 3-disc set will cost $14.98 SRP, and is scheduled to come out on June 24th
. You can pre-order it from Amazon
right away. Here's the package art: