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K*Ville (DVD) 4 discs, TV Series Stars Cole Hauser

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K-Ville cast
It's a GREAT show!

Not Canceled yet but every episode is AWESOME to watch!

A GREAT cast & GREAT stories!

A can't miss for any collector of Hard to Find TV Shows!

4 disc DVD set! (RARE & Hard to Find!)

Episodes 1-10! All that aired!

One of the years best TV shows!

The quality is 9 1/2 out of 10!

No artwork or labels

Just the DVD's in DVD sleeves!

If you are outside of the U.S.A. the shipping is $12.00 NO EXCEPTIONS!


K-Ville (an abbreviation of Katrinaville) is an American television drama created and executive produced by Jonathan Lisco, centered on policing New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

The pilot episode was written by Lisco (who also served as executive producer), directed by Deran Sarafian, and stars Anthony Anderson as Marlin Boulet and Cole Hauser as Trevor Cobb, partners who "have conflicting ideas about how to handle the city's problems." The pilot also features John Carroll Lynch, Tawny Cypress and William Mapother.

The first episode featured a 1970 Pontiac Catalina as the get-away car early in the show.

The show has permission to use the official New Orleans Police Department logos, particularly the unique "star and crescent" badge design, and was filmed on location in the city in March and April 2007. According to the NOPD's public integrity bureau, the production emphasizes the "good work that the men and the women of the Police Department performed [after Katrina], which was not portrayed by much of the media."

Lisco, a former lawyer who has previously written scripts for The District and NYPD Blue, did several ride-alongs with the New Orleans Police Department before writing a script for the pilot. It was during one such ride-along that he spotted some graffiti sporting the shorthand for "Katrinaville" that became the show's title.
In order to promote the series, FOX made the pilot episode available for streaming on a number of television media websites on August 22, 2007

Actor Role
Anthony Anderson Marlin Boulet
Cole Hauser Trevor Cobb
Tawny Cypress Ginger "Love Tap" LeBeau
John Carroll Lynch Captain James Embry
Blake Shields Jeff "Glue Boy" Gooden
Maximiliano Hern´┐Żndez Billy "K-9" Faust (recurring)
Milena Govich District Attorney Lyndsey Swann (guest-starring)

Episode Guide:

Season 1

1. 1- 1 17 Sep 07 Pilot
2. 1- 2 24 Sep 07 Cobb's Web
3. 1- 3 1 Oct 07 Bedfellows
4. 1- 4 8 Oct 07 No Good Deed
5. 1- 5 22 Oct 07 Critical Mass
6. 1- 6 12 Nov 07 AKA
7. 1- 7 19 Nov 07 Melissa
8. 1- 8 3 Dec 07 Flood, Wind, and Fire
9. 1- 9 10 Dec 07 Boulet in a China Shop
10. 1-10 17 Dec 07 Ride Along
11. 1-11 Game Night / NEVER AIRED!

12 & 13 NEVER produced yet!


The title comes from some actual graffiti that was spray painted on a wall in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. It said "Welcome to K-Ville".

The show has yet to be officially cancelled by FOX. However, if Anthony Anderson joins Law & Order at the end of its 18th season, it seems almost certain that it will be cancelled.

Due to the WGA strike, K-Ville was shut down production and only 11 of the 13 episodes were produced. The show did not appear on Fox's mid-season schedule.