Summary of "The Best Of Seasons 8, 9 & 10 - Funny Show": I had a lot of fun watching this release. While *I* may be fine with a "best of" release, I'm sure there are a number of people that want more season sets. Mad TV hasn't resulted in the success of Saturday Night Live, which has spun-off numerous movies, but it's a pretty good show. I had to laugh at some of the characters like "Stuart," "Tank," and "Bae Sung." The parodies of Lord of the Rings and Lost were great, and I loved some of the guests they had on the show.
This is a decent "best of" release. The bonus features are rather lame, especially the commentary by Michael McDonald, but the release delivers almost 3 hours of laughs. (read entire review)
The Complete 1st Season - You are watching MadTV (9/19/2004)
Summary of "The Complete 1st Season - You are watching MadTV": Okay, so this is probably one of my favorite sketch comedy shows now, sitting behind Kids in the Hall (of course). They had a number of memorable characters in the first season, but I liked that they don't overuse them, because that could get old very quickly. The show has a nice mix of animated shorts tossed into the live-action pieces. I used to love playing Spy vs. Spy games on my computer, and those were the first bits I read in the magazine, so it was nice to see animated shorts in the show. There were a few memorable people in season 1; Orlando Jones, Phil Lamarr and Bryan Callen are the standouts. I kept trying to remember where I had seen Callen before, and then I remembered; Oz. Jones has been in numerous movies, and LaMarr has done a lot of voice work (Futurama, Samurai Jack).
I think two of my favorite characters would have to be the Vancome lady, and the UBS driver. Man, oh man, I bet LaMarr was out of breath after playing the UBS guy!
If you're like me and ignored the show when it was first on, skip the reruns on Comedy Central and pick up the DVD set. Warner Bros has done a nice job, and it's a hilarious show. (read entire review)
Early last month we reported that MADtv - The Complete 3rd Season is coming to stores from Shout! Factory on June 25th. We didn't have package art at the time, but now the Amazon pre-order listing has... (read entire news item)
Possible Date, Cost for 'The Complete 3rd Season' DVD Set
Season 2 is on the way to stores later this month, and even before that street date has arrived the folks at Shout! Factory have scheduled a follow-up! The studio hasn't formally announced it yet (so... (read entire news item)
Press Release from Shout! Factory for 'The Complete 2nd Season' on DVD
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TO BE RELEASED ON DVD
BY SHOUT! FACTORY
ON MARCH 26, 2013
Los Angeles, CA; December 18, 2012 – Shout! Factory has announced the March 26 release... (read entire news item)
Street Date, Cost and Packaging for 'The Complete 2nd Season'
A month ago Shout! Factory announced that they had licensed MADtv from Warner, and would at last continue with the DVD releases of season sets that haven't been seen since the rookie year came to disc... (read entire news item)
Warner Licenses MADtv and Animated Beetlejuice to Shout! Factory
A press release we just posted has the good news (and note that we're putting up one story here for MADtv and another story there - the press release itself - for Beetlejuice, so fans of both shows who... (read entire news item)
Back of Box Info Says a Bit More About Best of Seasons 8, 9 & 10 DVD
A couple of months ago, Warner announced that they were switching things up with Mad TV on DVD, by changing from season set releases to a "Best Of" disc, and moving to the 8th, 9th, and 10th seasons to... (read entire news item)
We've got the cover for The Best of Seasons 8, 9, 10
It's been a while - early June - since Warner announced the October 25th release of Mad TV - The Best of Seasons 8, 9, 10. Late yesterday they have finally posted the cover art for the single-disc release.... (read entire news item)
Warner switches things up - Best of Seasons 8, 9 and 10
Warner Bros appears to be switching to "Best of" releases for MadTV; they have just announced the "Best of Seasons 8, 9 & 10" for release on October 25, timed to release before season 11 premieres on... (read entire news item)
What, me worry? Nah...the DVDs are being announced!
Mad TV becomes "Mad DVD" on September 21, as Warner Home Video releases The Complete First Season as a 3-disc set featuring 19 episodes of insanity. And check out this insane box art:
Kind of leaps... (read entire news item)
'Mad DVD'? *UPDATED*
Mad TV fans will be pleased to know that this series is coming to DVD in the near future. The release is in the production phase now, and nothing is known yet about its exact configuraton or specs. ... (read entire news item)