on August 29, 2006
I've waited 9 months for the second volume of this season to be released on DVD. I really hope that CBS decides to speed up their DVD releases of "Touched By An Angel." I wouldn't mind if they release a complete season every 9 months, but they split Season 3 into 2 volumes, which doubles the waiting time. Anyway, this is an awesome season and I can't wait to complete it with this second volume.
Also, for those of you who are wondering, you can bet your life that CBS will split Season 4 into two volumes also. Season 4 has 28 episodes. So, I'm sure CBS will split that into two volumes as well, each volume containing 14 episodes. Seasons 5 and 6 also have a lot of episodes too. So, I really hope that CBS speeds up their DVD releases a tad bit because there are a lot of seasons of "Touched By An Angel" and there are a lot of episodes in each season. It would be nice if all the episodes of this show were released on DVD. If they can do it for many garbage shows, they sure can do it for a wonderful show like "Touched By An Angel."
on November 22, 2006
I'm a guy and I think I got something out of almost every episode of Touched By An Angel. I try to think of low points and I can't. It was always good. My only complaint is my favorite t.v. series is taking the longest to come out. Mash with 11 seasons came out in 4 or 5 years, and here 3 years later we are still on Season 3 of Touched. Please don't split up the seasons anymore, I don't want to be old by the time Season 9 comes around. I want to be able to enjoy any episode for years to come, and I want to be able to share them with others as well.
on October 21, 2006
I am a relatively new viewer to the "Touched by an Angel" series. I never had the opportunity to watch this show while it aired so am just now realizing the impact it had. Even in the first season, though sometimes melodramatic, I could tell this was an extrodinary journey in the making. Now, by Season Three: volume one I can't wait for another season to come out. With the addition of John Dye in season two the show has found its rythmn and is headed in wonderful directions. I echo the other reviews in hoping CBS will take note and begin to release these amazing seasons in a more timely fashion. I'm sure Season Three: volume two will continue to surprise and amaze me. If you even have a hint of the greatness of this show, I suggest you buy it: you will not be disappointed.
on October 9, 2006
I echo the review that CBS should speed up the release of TBAA DVDs. This is a wonderfully uplifting TV Drama that inspires as it entertains. There are precious few that have. And this one is one of the best. CBS take note. "There is gold in dem thar hills." There are many who will jump at the opportunity to buy the entire 9 seasons of TBAA. And I am one of them. just don't tell me wife, OK?
on March 12, 2014
There is nothing I did not Like about Touched By An Angel. One hundred percent satisfied, a penny well spent.
Roma Downey, Della Reese, John Dey, a fine cast from the start. There are humbling moments during each episode, and storylines that show you more than what you're ready for. This is everyday life that unfortunately many of us confront. TBAA shows us that nothing is always easy without some sort price to pay.
I hope that you will see other reviews and not just take my words alone. This show is a good life experience