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\'Commander in Chief\' on Apple\'s iTunes

updated 01:35 pm EST, Tue December 20, 2005

More ABC content on iTunes

Apple has quietly added yet another popular television show from ABC primetime to its iTunes Music Store, extending the networks's catalog of digital content. ABC today began offering its new primetime are looking to add their content in the near future.





Commander In Chief stars Geena Davis as Mackenzie Allen, Donald Sutherland as Nathan Templeton, and Harry Lennix as Jim Gardner. The drama airs on Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m., ET on the ABC Television Network.




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  1. OtisWild

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    offtopic

    Anyone else think it's sad that folks are soooo depressed/outraged/upset about the prez that they go and create _two_ fantasy president shows on two different networks?

  1. I.P. Freely

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Please stay on the topic

    I don't know where it says it's perfectly alright to voice your opinion where it's absolutely inappropriate.

    Right or wrong, if you have concerns, please voice it where it makes a difference, this is the wrong topic, wrong forum.

  1. Drakino

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Another widescreen hack

    Woo, another TV show carried by the iTunes store that was widescreen that gets chopped down to 4:3. Kinda sad a "media" company is destroying the original versions of these shows.

    Wake me when Apple decides to release videos in their proper format and not cropped down for the iPod only. Very odd that nearly every Apple display is widescreen as well, but not the iPod.

  1. Monstermind

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    I'm With Otis

    "Hey Chris? What ever happened to Geena Davis? She used to be in movies but she's not in movies anymore. She's attractive enough but when she smiles you see too much gum. Not enough tooth to gum ratio." Stewie

    Clearly someone can't p. freely while standing up...

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Woohoo!

    More crappy tv shows on iTMS! And not just crappy, but crappy TV shows that you can watch for free on a TV set. How about more 'off-the-air' shows that you can't see anymore, ones both that are currently only available on DVD, and, more interestingly, those not on DVD. Give people the ability to see the "Misfits of Science" once again!

  1. kadavila

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    This is a great show

    The poster that said it was crappy has obviously never seen this smart, intellectual, funny and heartwarming series.

    Don'tcha just love flamers who flame for the sake of flaming?

    Oh, by the way, go iTunes! Keep on setting the standard for all others to make futile attempts toward.

  1. LouZer

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: grerat show

    Sorry, but I couldn't get past the first episode. Here you have a VP, with a president near death, and everyone wants the VP to step down for the good of the country. Yeah, then why did they nominate her if they didn't trust her (h***, we had Quayle, haven't we learned our lesson?). And why should she step down? Because she's a woman? Please, that's c*** (like it isn't unbelievable enough a woman is VP to begin with). And do you know the last time there was a president or VP who WASN'T married? Doesn't happen, because the wives are good for PR.

    Its like watcching the electioneering on the West Wing and there's no negative campaigning. Yeah, what world are these people living in? The 1800s?

  1. climacs

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    re: the 1800s

    Its like watcching the electioneering on the West Wing and there's no negative campaigning. Yeah, what world are these people living in? The 1800s?

    um, you should read up on the presidential campaigns of the 19th century.

    Ours are positively polite by comparison.

    Sad, but true...

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