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SInce its a Warner property, any chances we will get the season 1 HD-DVD of Supernatural? This would be an excellent tv series for Warner to release next. I know it may not have as many viewers as Smallville but worth a try.
 

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Not great, but good enough for the CW. On any other network, it would've been cancelled within 6 episodes with the ratings it gets. Then again, so would every other show on the CW. I'll always be grateful for low expectations on the "other" network - without them, we would never have had 7 seasons of Buffy, 5 of Angel, and 3 of Veronica Mars.
 

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is it my cable company or is this series was recorded super dark? All my TVs are ISF calibrated but to comfortably watch this show I always have to bump the brightness and contrast by a LOT.

Yeah the show is really dark and the picture has that washed out too much contrast look which gives it a certain feel.
 

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If the WB does decide to release it on HD, hopefully they'll start with Season 1.
 

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I'll always be grateful for low expectations on the "other" network - without them, we would never have had 7 seasons of Buffy, 5 of Angel, and 3 of Veronica Mars.

I'd like to see all three of those shows eventually on HD also.


Early Buffy seasons are in desperate need of a remaster though.
 

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It's broadcast in 1080 on my CW and it's great. Makes my Thursday.
 

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I too second this. I absolutely love this show. So here is to hoping that it will come to HD DVD, especially since my local comcast cable doesn't carry the CW in HD.
 
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