Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Complete Second Season on DVD on February 2, 2016.
Season Two of the series switched from black and white to color, making its globe-trotting adventures even more brilliant. Guest stars included the likes of Jill Ireland, Angela Lansbury, Kevin McCarthy, Vincent Price and George Sanders. For more, follow the jump.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. debuted on September 22, 1964. It was the first American spy series and is, to this day, one of the best ever. It was television’s first international phenomenon, too – years before Star Trek and Dark shadows. The series was developed by Sam Rolfe as a kind of American answer to James Bond and though it ran for four seasons, the first comes as close to being perfect as anything that comes to mind.
When someone Pride knows is murdered, it gets personal; meanwhile Brody needs a permanent address and LaSalle has a friend who might be able to help on the series premiere of NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Tuesdays, 9/8C), Musician Heal Thyself.
The series debuts as a colorful, satisfying variation on a familiar theme.
Few television programs and boast of increased ratings over several seasons. NCIS [CBS, Tuesdays, 8/7C] recently hit a series high – in its eighth season! This week’s episode, Recruited, displays the balance of procedural and character that has enabled the series to flourish for so long.
Season seven of NCIS was, quite possibly, the show’s best yet. Over the course of the season, characters faced personal challenges that more than rivalled the cases they were working on. Throughout, the writing, performances and direction kept things moving and the audience involved.