Post by castletonsnob on Jul 1, 2020 7:00:25 GMT -5
Some shows or movies have either only had a few home or digital releases, or have never had any releases, and you can only watch episodes on YouTube or shady video sharing sites. There can be a wide variety of reasons for this, such as rights issues or there just isn't a high demand for the show/movie to justify a home or digital release.
Post by DerktheDerk on Jul 1, 2020 10:53:03 GMT -5
The Teen Wolf animated series. I remember a release being scheduled and I don't think it ever happened. Which, I may be the only person on the planet who would buy it, so that may be why it never released.
Also, I don't think The Drew Carey Show got completely released, which is weird because it's kind of a classic when it comes to 90's tv shows.
Murphy Brown was at one point the most watched and popular television show of the 90's, and, as near as I can tell, only its first season is available on DVD and only the revival season is available on streaming.
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Post by El Pollo Guerrera on Jul 1, 2020 13:36:04 GMT -5
"Project Blue Book", a mid70s TV series about two Air Force members investigating UFO reports. Show was produced by Jack Webb's company (he made and starred in Dragnet and also made Adam-12). You'd think that with the success of the X-Files there'd be a little interest.
Anyone remember a weird "found footage" show of a supposed 1930s/40s comedy team called Morton and Hayes? I doubt it's ever been released anywhere. Essentially it was a fictitious comedy team (played by Kevin Pollak and Bob Amaral) and this lasted about 6 episodes before being cancelled.
Post by Yona: BLM Enthusiast on Jul 1, 2020 17:57:36 GMT -5
One that technically got releases but incomplete for questionable reasons is The Adventures of Pete & Pete. The first two seasons were released on DVD. There were plans for the third season and apparently the set was pretty much finished and produced, but was cancelled suddenly after the Dreamworks/Viacom merger and the other seasons went out of print.