In case you're looking for shows and stars that won Emmys last night, here's some info.
''The Office'' (best comedy): The British original and the first season of the U.S. version are on DVD. The second U.S. season arrives on Sept. 12.
''24'' (best drama, best drama direction, plus best actor in a drama, Kiefer Sutherland): The first four seasons are on DVD.
''Elizabeth I'' (best miniseries, best directing, Helen Mirren as best actress in a miniseries, others): On DVD now.
''The Girl in the Cafe'' (best movie, best supporting actress in a movie, best writing): On DVD now.
''The Amazing Race'' (best reality competition): Two earlier seasons are on DVD.
''My Name Is Earl'' (best writing, direction in a comedy): First season on DVD on Sept. 19.
''The Sopranos'' (best writing in a drama): Five seasons available. First part of the sixth season due Nov. 7.
''High School Musical'' (children's program, choreography): Available now, although in a full-frame format. Bring on the widescreen!
''10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America'' (nonfiction series): Available now.
''The Simpsons'' (animated program, 30 minutes or less): Eight seasons available.
''The Daily Show'' (variety, music or comedy series, as well as writing in that category): Its ''Indecision 2004'' DVD is still available.
Kiefer Sutherland, ''24'' (best actor, drama): See above.
Mariska Hargitay, ''Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'' (best actress, drama): First, second and fifth season available.
Tony Shalhoub, ''Monk'' (best actor, comedy): Four seasons on DVD.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, ''The New Adventures of Old Christine'' (best actress, comedy): Show not available.
Helen Mirren, ''Elizabeth I'' (actress in a movie or miniseries): See above.
Andre Braugher, ''Thief'' (actor in a movie or miniseries): Not yet available.
Jeremy Piven, ''Entourage'' (supporting actor, comedy): First two seasons on DVD.
Megan Mullally, ''Will & Grace'' (best supporting actress in a comedy): Four seasons and the series finale are on DVD. Fifth season (2002-03) in stores Tuesday.
Alan Alda, ''The West Wing'' (supporting actor, drama): Six seasons, including Alda's first, available Seventh and final season arrives Nov. 7.
Blythe Danner, ''Huff'' (supporting actress, drama): First season (of two) available.
Barry Manilow, ''Music & Passion'' (individual performance in variety or music): Show available.