The final season of several television series arrives on DVD this week. Among them:

The final season of several television series arrives on DVD this week. Among them:

v “30 Rock” (Season 7): Tina Fey’s backstage comedy fades to black as her TV crew scatters and flashes-forward. The DVD adds a bonus retrospective, cast commentary and “Donaghy Files” webisodes; $45, Universal.

v “Fringe” (Season 5): Two options: the final season with bonus J.J. Abrams reflections, Comic- Con panel and more, $40 DVD/$50 Blu-ray; or Complete Series box, $160 DVD/$198 Blu-ray, Warner.

v “Private Practice” (Season 6): Medical soap says goodbye, with cast/crew comments, outtakes and more; $40, ABC.

v “Flashpoint” (Season 5): Enrico Colantoni’s top cop negotiator closes shop; $40, Paramount.

v “Have Gun, Will Travel” (Season 6, Volumes 1 and 2): The end of Richard Boone’s gunslinging Paladin; $30 per volume, CBS.

“Don’t Say No Until I Finish Talking — The Story of Richard D. Zanuck” (8:30 P.M., TCM): This is an engaging profile of the highly successful film producer who died last year. Among those interviewed: Steven Spielberg, Johnny Depp, Clint Eastwood and Michelle Pfeiffer.

“American Idol” (8 p.m., Fox): The three remaining contestants vie for a spot in the grand finale.

“Nature” (8 p.m., PBS): Crews use GPS and night-vision gear to track the creatures.

“Hoarding: BURIED ALIVE” (9 P.M., TLC): Tonight’s episode is titled “Where Are They Now?” Try looking under the mountains of junk first.

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Photojournalist to speak at YSU


David Hume Kennerly, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and former presidential photographer, will speak at 7 p.m. May 16, in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center on the Youngstown State University campus.

Kennerly, a producer of “Barack Obama: The Of ficial Inaugural Book,” won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for his photos of the Vietnam War and went on to become President Gerald R. Ford’s personal White House photographer.

He is producing “The President’s Gatekeepers,” a four-hour documentary for the Discovery Channel about White House chiefs of staff, which will air this summer. Kennerly’s photos can be viewed at The event is free.

For information, call 330-941-3086 or e-mail

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