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Autographed Copies of The Dukes: Animated Series!!

You’ve been asking for it forever and Warner Brothers listened. The Dukes Animated Series is FINALLY here! It’s available for pre-order exclusively at the Warner Brothers Online Store. The first 400 copies will be autographed by James Best! (Limit 1 per customer.) Grab your copy today! It makes a great gift for the Dukes of Hazzard fan in your life (or buy one for yourself to add to your own collection). Check out the announcement from Warner Brothers below. Visit our Dukes of Hazzard Animated Series page for more information.

Got a CMT Minute?

Watch John (Bo Duke) Schneider answer 31 very fast questions in this entertaining CMT video.    We’re thrilled that CMT has brought The Dukes of Hazzard back on the air, and extras like this are a lot of fun.   There’s a short commercial in the beginning but it’s worth it.  Watch John Schneider’s CMT minute here

“The Dukes” Cartoon Series Coming to DVD!

Warner Brothers will be releasing The Dukes cartoons series on DVD through their manufacture-on-demand program on November 30th! WB has released a lot of great old and rare films through this program and it’s available through their WBShop.com website (check out the WB Archive). Let’s hope that they’ll release Enos through this program as well!

Thanks to Daney and to the folks over at TVShowsonDVD.com for the news! As soon we hear about box art and all we’ll share here!


Dukes of Hazzard Named as Life-Changing by People Magazine

A special issue of People magazine entitled “Television Shows That Changed Our Lives” acknowledges the Dukes of Hazzard as one such program.   A color, single-page photo on page 71 features Bo, Luke and Daisy standing alongside the General Lee.   The photo appears to be from the 4th season of the program.  Per People, the life-changing legacy of The Dukes of Hazzard is the advent of Daisy Duke shorts.  The article is brief (as are the shorts!) but the full-page color photo is worth the buy.   The special issue of People is on shelves right now, and will be available until 12/10/10, or while supplies last.   Be prepared to shell out $11.99 for each issue.  Oh, just buy it, before they’re grabbed up by ebay sharks and offered for a higher price later.

Dukes of Hazzard Marathon on CMT

All weekend long, starting tonight (September 10th), CMT will be airing the Dukes of Hazzard. As I write this, Waylon’s welcoming us to Hazzard County in One Armed Bandits! Don’t miss an entire weekend of the Dukes, Boss Hogg, Rosco, Cooter, Enos, Cletus, and the rest of the Hazzard citizenry we’ve come to know and love. Then, starting next week, The Dukes of Hazzard will be running every night at 7pm and 11pm. Also don’t miss John Schneider and James Best in CMT Cribs which will be re-running on Monday. Check your local listings!

The Dukes of Hazzard ride again! Yeeeeeeehaw!

Them Dukes! Them Dukes!

Here at HazzardNet, we’re not a fan of Mondays, but ya gotta deal with ’em. So here’s a little General Lee action to liven up your Monday!

The Dukes Ride Again!!

Yeeehaaa!! We here at HNet couldn’t be happier than a hogg in slop…or Boss in money, it’s about the same. Khee! We’ve just learned that CMT is bringing back the Dukes of Hazzard starting September 10th, at 8/7 Central!

Y’all realize the 10th is a Friday, right? 8 pm on a Friday night. Man, we gotta double check the calendar. You sure it’s not 1979?

Check out CMT’s website for more information on the show and times episodes will air.

Transformer Jazz Has a General Problem

Many of us who love the Dukes of Hazzard were children of the 80’s and enjoy many different shows from that era. One that’s had a bit of a revival on the silver screen is the Transformers. I just happened to run across this video on YouTube featuring my two favorite cars of the era, Jazz from the Transformers and the General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard. It seems that Jazz has a General problem… (And here’s a behind the scenes look at how the video was made.) And no, there isn’t an actual General Lee transformer. That was a custom model for the animation. We checked. 🙁

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