The Must List: What's Hot for the Week Ending Nov. 7, 2010
THE WALKING DEAD
Zombies are invading! Your TV, at least. AMC's spooky new series debuts Halloween night and depicts the survivors of a zombie invasion who have to deal — violently — with some very gnarly undead. (AMC, Sundays, 10 p.m.)
SPEAK NOW, Taylor Swift
The singer's third album showcases a candid, evocative blend of spite, sorrow, and love, with songs (possibly) aimed at VMA interrupter Kanye West, ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner, and — is that John Mayer? Working through serious heartbreak has rarely sounded this great.
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Read more on Swift from EW
TOY STORY 3 on DVD and Blu-ray
Complete the trilogy at home with Pixar's dazzling threequel (rated G), which finds Woody, Buzz, and their toy brigade ending up at a day-care center. Among the terrific extras are new making-of footage and Day & Night, the whimsical short that played before the film in theaters.
THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW: THE COMPLETE SERIES on DVD
Before Curb Your Enthusiasm, there was this caustic behind-the-scenes '90s satire starring Garry Shandling as an unlikable late-night talk-show host. Now you can watch every episode of cringe-inducing hilarity with a 17-disc set that has previously released extras like a show documentary and Shandling's exceedingly twisted visits with former guest stars Alec Baldwin and Sharon Stone, among others.