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Classic TV Shows are coming to you from Shout!

25 January 2010 3:52 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Great news for those who remember some classic American TV shows as Shout! delivers wonderful collections of TV history to relive or experience for the first time. Finally "Room 222," "Ironside", "Mr. Belvedere," and "My Two Dads" are available thanks to the Shout! team, who have repackaged an array of memorable catalog titles - select releases of TV-dvd and film catalog titles (Shout! Factory Exclusives), available for purchase directly from the official online store site. To order visit www.shoutfactorystore.com Here's a rundown of what terrific days of yore TV you can stock up on: Mr. Belvedere: Season Four (3-dvd Set) Featuring all 20 original episodes from the complete fourth season, Mr. Belvedere (Christopher Hewett) is back to »

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TV producer, exec David Gerber dies

5 January 2010 12:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

David Gerber, a seminal figure in American and international television for a half-century as a producer, studio executive, industry statesman and philanthropist, died Saturday at Los Angeles County-usc Medical Center. He was 86.

Gerber earned an Emmy (and six other Emmy noms), a Golden Globe, a Peabody award and a Christopher award -- not to mention honors from the American Film Institute, the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors and others -- by taking on serious, often controversial subjects.

He was a pioneer of multiracial programming and an industry innovator with such series as "Police Woman," "Batman," "Room 222," "thirtysomething," "In the Heat of the Night," "Medical Story" and dozens of TV movies, including his last longform effort, the critically acclaimed "Flight 93" in 2006.

His miniseries included "George Washington," winner of a Peabody award; "The Lindberg Kidnapping Case"; "Nothing Lasts Forever"; and "Beulah Land."

In 1974, Gerber produced "Police Woman," the first successful »

- By Alex Ben Block

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