Top Picks: Oprah's latest shows, 'Camelot', a way to avoid Charlie Sheen, and more
Two new television shows on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), a creative retelling of 'Camelot', a web plugin that blocks all references to Charlie Sheen, and more recommendations.
Two classes under one roof
The hit British series "Upstairs, Downstairs" marks its 40th anniversary with a juicy, 21-disc DVD release containing not only all the original episodes of this iconic show, but some 25 hours of extras. This is just in time for the newly updated BBC revival that will launch on PBS two weeks after this set's March 29 release.
Enough 'Tiger blood'?
Tired of all the celebrity ado around Charlie Sheen? Adonis DNA or no, the actor has arguably crashed his way into a few too many headlines recently. Tinted Sheen, a plug-in for Firefox and Chrome Web browsers, automatically hides references and even pictures of the actor behind CIA-style black box redactions. Download the add-on at: http://fffff.at/tinted-sheen.
Oprah at her most candid
Haven't had a chance to sample the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) yet? Tune in to a two-weekend double-header offering a pair of the TV mogul's top new shows: "Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes" features the show's trip with 300 audience members to Australia, followed by "Oprah Presents Master Class," starring Oprah herself in what she calls her most candid interview yet. The two-hour blocks air March 29 and April 3 from 8 to 10 p.m.