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Video Marketplace top ten TV and Movies (3/12)

David Dreger
March 23, 2007
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In light of the recent announcement of Video Marketplace being hot on the heels of digital distribution of on demand content, Major Nelson posted up the top ten lists for TVs and Movies for the last week rather than announcing the new content. On the TV side, we have South Park, naturally on top, with UFC Fights, Star Trek Enterprise, and Jericho's HD content making the grade, and even the un-aired Mercy Reef/Aquaman pilot got on the list, after being released on the 12th. For films, We have The Departed and Snakes on a Plane in the top two, albeit in 480p. Crank, Saw III and The Illusionist also got proper recognition. For the complete list for both TV and Movies, check after the break.



TV
1 South Park
2 Comedy Central Stand Up
3 UFC Fights (HD)
4 Robot Chicken
5 Star Trek: Enterprise (HD)
6 Mercy Reef/Aquaman
7 Chappelle's Show: Uncensored
8 Jericho (HD)
9 The Sarah Silverman Program
10 Avatar: The Last Airbender

Movies
1 The Departed
2 Snakes on a Plane
3 Employee of the Month (HD)
4 Crank (HD)
5 Beerfest (HD)
6 Saw III
7 Jackass Number Two
8 Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing
9 Sublime
10 The Illusionist
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