Summary of "The Complete 1st Season - S.W.A.T.": While not what we're used to these days from cop shows like Homicide: Life on the Streets or Third Watch, S.W.A.T. pitched in to get TV to where it is today. While it's depictions of drug addicts and criminals is heavily sanitized by today's standards, back then it was, well, slightly sanitized, but not was much as you'd normally find. From the opening theme song (and those awesome, 70s style, freeze-frame credits) to the incidental music, this is pure 70s cop show gold. No one knows how the new movie is going to make out, even with the involvement of Colin Farrell and Sam Jackson, but after watching this set you'll know where it all began. (read entire review)
Official Fact Sheet from Shout! Factory for the 2nd and Final Season DVDs
The Final Season
Featuring All 24 Episodes in One Six-DVD set
Own it on DVD May 22nd from Shout! Factory
From television drama masters Aaron Spelling... (read entire news item)
The 2nd and 'Final Season' Package Art Arrives at the Scene of the Crime!
The classic cop series from the 70s is back for its 2nd and final season! From producer Aaron Spelling (Charlie's Angels, Starsky and Hutch) comes one of the toughest, action-packed crime-fighting shows... (read entire news item)
The Long-Awaited 2nd and 'Final Season' DVDs are Something to Shout! About
Although S.W.A.T only lasted 2 seasons after it was spun off from another popular cop show of the era, The Rookies, it has remained a favorite of the fans who watched it at the time. Fans who have been... (read entire news item)
Announcement for the 1st Season of S.W.A.T.
Today Columbia TriStar announced the upcoming release of "S.W.A.T. - The Complete First Season". A 3-disc set with an announced running time of 564 minutes, this will definately include all 12 first-season... (read entire news item)
Columbia TriStar to release S.W.A.T.
"S.W.A.T." was mentioned in a recent Video Store Magazine article about upcoming TV on DVD releases. Columbia TriStar didn't give a release date for the show. (read entire news item)