The cast of Party of Five includes: Matthew Fox, Scott Wolf, Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert, Paula Devicq, Scott Grimes, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Jeremy London. Get details from TVShowsOnDVD.com.
Join the party with one of TV’s best-loved series! After the sudden loss of their parents, the Salinger children must band together to keep their own lives on track, discovering first loves, last calls, and themselves along the rocky road to growing up. Headlined by a young, sexy cast this highly-rated, long-running series firmly found its place as a pop culture phenomenon for all ages. Notable Cast/Crew: Starring: Scott Wolf, Mathew Fox, Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert, Paula Devicq, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and many more!
Huffington Post discusses the difficulty of getting complete set for some series, as well as some changes to the soundtrack on the Party of Five: The Complete Series DVD set:
This problem is only going to get worse. What problem? The problem of getting access to your favorite TV shows in complete, satisfying sets. Boxed sets come out but don’t include all the original music. Individual seasons are released one by one but before they’re done someone goes and releases a complete boxed set, making you feel like a fool for buying each one instead of waiting. Or you get one or two seasons…and then nothing. (I’m looking at you, St. Elsewhere.) Why will it get worse? Because there’s so much damn television being created. Streaming is taking over, so studios are losing interest in physical product like boxed sets. Thank god some are still coming out.
Here for example is Party Of Five. After some individual seasons came out, they stopped. At least now finally we get the entire series. These are the broadcast episodes, uncut. However, it seems music rights weren’t cleared so we get a lot of cues that aren’t what were originally played. This is maddening, though often I’d argue in the 1990s that the music cues popping up in these shows did to a degree become somewhat random. I’m just glad a show that obviously isn’t one of the greats but boasted an excellent cast is available in some form. It’s cheap, it’s cheaply packaged, but by god it’s the entire series.
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