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New Twentieth Century Fox Television DVD Titles Coming Soon (September 20 2018)

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LOS ANGELES, CA (September 20, 2018)
FOX MOD titles just announced – 

  • LA To Vegas: The Complete First Season Available on DVD now
  • APB: The Complete Series Available on DVD now
  • Shots Fired: The Complete Series Available on DVD now
  • You’re The Worst Season: The Complete Fourth Season Available on DVD now
  • Man Seeking Woman: The Complete Third Season Available on DVD now
  • It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: The Complete Season 12 Available on DVD now
  • Empire: The Complete Fourth Season Available on DVD now
  • Bob’s Burgers: The Complete 6th Season Available on DVD September 25th
  • Bob’s Burgers: The Complete 7th Season Available on DVD September 25th
  • Bob’s Burgers: The Complete 8th Season Available on DVD September 25th
  • Better Things: The Complete 2nd Season Available on DVD September 25th
  • Ghosted: The Complete First Season Available on DVD October 2nd

Available Now
LA To Vegas: The Complete First Season (2018)
A new comedy about an airline crew and the eccentric passengers who, every weekend, take a roundtrip flight from LA to Las Vegas with one goal in mind – to come back a winner. The series stars Kim Matula, Ed Weeks, Nathan Lee Graham and Olivia Macklin, with Peter Stormare and Emmy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Dylan McDermott. (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

APB: The Complete Series (2018)
After a billionaire engineer witnesses his best friend’s murder, he takes charge of Chicago’s troubled 13th District and reboots it as a technically innovative police force, challenging the district to rethink everything about the way they fight crime. (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

Shots Fired: The Complete Series (2018)
From creators Gina Prince-Bythewood and Reggie Rock Bythewood, and executive producer Brian Grazer, and starring Sanaa Lathan, Stephan James, Stephen Moyer, Richard Dreyfuss and Helen Hunt, SHOTS FIRED is a 10-hour event series that takes an explosive look at the criminal justice system via the prism of two racially charged shootings in a small town. (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

You’re The Worst Season: The Complete Fourth Season (2018)
From creator and executive producer Stephen Falk, You’re the Worst is an original comedy series that takes a modern look at love and happiness through two people who haven’t been successful with either. After a whirlwind courtship and devastating break-up, Jimmy and Gretchen struggle to move on while constantly being pulled back toward one another. (FX Productions)

Man Seeking Woman: The Complete Third Season (2018)
Josh Greenberg has battled a lot in his quest for love (flesh-eating monsters, homicidal aliens). But this season will see him face his toughest challenge yet: a serious, long-term relationship. Together, Josh and Lucy will take on anniversaries, merging friend groups, ruthless drug lords, friendly forest creatures, student loans and even God himself. In order to make it, they’ll have to work together and learn to live their lives as a team. (FX Productions)

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia: The Complete Season 12 (2018)
FXX’s original comedy series IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA is back for a 12th season featuring everyone’s favorite bar owners! The Gang returns to Paddy’s Pub with Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Frank (Danny DeVito).This season, the gang goes to a waterpark, deals with a Wolf Cola PR nightmare, and actually spends a whole day tending bar!IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA was created by Rob McElhenney. He also serves as Executive Producer along with Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Michael Rotenberg, Nick Frenkel, Tom Lofaro, Scott Marder and David Hornsby. The show is produced by FX Productions.IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA is distributed by 20th Century Fox Television Distribution. (FX Productions)

Empire: The Complete Fourth Season (2018)
In Season Four, EMPIRE’s explosive twists and turns resume, as Empire Entertainment embarks on a celebration of its 20th anniversary. Lucious makes his first public appearance after the explosion in Las Vegas, and all members of the Lyon family have their own interests in Lucious regaining his physical and mental faculties. (Twentieth Century Fox Television) 

Available September 25th
Bob’s Burgers: The Complete 6th Season 
The Emmy® Award-winning BOB’S BURGERS serves up a sizzling sixth season of well-done comedy that features the guest voices of Cloris Leachman, Paul Rudd, Wanda Sykes and more! The Belcher children put on a musical spectacular to earn their spot on the Nice List of a grumpy mall Santa, Linda hopes her “wine shoe” promotion is a perfect fit for the restaurant, and the whole town gets involved when Bob lands in a sticky situation in the show’s milestone 100th episode. It’s a mouth-watering feast of outrageous fun! (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

Bob’s Burgers: The Complete 7th Season 
Prepare your taste buds for an appetizing assortment of hamburgers and hilarity as the Emmy® Award-winning BOB’S BURGERS serves up a sidesplitting seventh season that features the guest voices of Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Rob Riggle, John Oliver and more! Bob has a big beef with his new meat supplier, Linda discovers an imperfectly proportioned potato that resembles her grandfather, and as Valentine’s Day approaches, Tina, Gene and Louise find themselves wrapped up in love-induced chaos. Savor the flavors of laughter and lunacy! (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

Bob’s Burgers: The Complete 8th Season 
Feed your funny bone as the Emmy® Award-winning BOB’S BURGERS keeps the comedy antics cooking with a hilarious eighth season that features the guest voices of Fred Savage, Stephanie Beatriz, Andy Richter and more! Bob and Gene take father-son bonding to new heights with a high-flying trapeze experience, Linda transforms into “Punky Bookster” for her storytelling gig at the local library, and the kids put the squeeze on a juice truck owner who’s trying to take over their back alley turf. Get ready to laugh your buns off! (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

Better Things: The Complete 2nd Season 
BETTER THINGS centers on Sam Fox (Pamela Adlon), a single, working actor with no filter raising her three daughters, Max (Mikey Madison), Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and Duke (Olivia Edward) in Los Angeles.She’s mom, dad, referee and the cops. Sam also watches out for her mother, Phil (Celia Imrie), an English expatriate, who lives across the street. Sam is flawed and fierce with her love for her daughters, and her own mother as well, sometimes heaping the love on when she feels guilty. Sam’s just trying to earn a living, navigate her daughters’ lives, have fun with a friend or two and also – just maybe – squeeze in some private time once in a while. Adlon directed all 10 episodes of the second season. BETTER THINGS won a Peabody Award in 2016 for its first season. (FX Productions)

Available October 2nd 
Ghosted: The Complete First Season
Starring Craig Robinson (“The Office”) and Adam Scott (“Big Little Lies”), GHOSTED is a single-camera, live-action comedy about the partnership between two polar opposites – a cynical skeptic and a genius “true believer” in the paranormal – who are recruited by a secret government agency, known as the Bureau Underground, to save the human race from aliens. (Twentieth Century Fox Television)

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32 Comments

  1. The Obsolete Man

    I really don't see why people were expecting vintage titles.

    Fox hasn't released any of those for ages. Shout's been doing that, for the most part.

    Perhaps, but surely Fox could have thrown just ONE bone for vintage series collectors! Just my opinion.

    CHEERS! 🙂

  2. Tony Bensley

    Perhaps, but surely Fox could have thrown just ONE bone for vintage series collectors! Just my opinion.

    CHEERS! 🙂

    Honestly, I don't even expect them to release new stuff, so vintage doesn't even cross my mind.

    And the slate of MOD dumps kind of confirms my "they don't release new stuff" opinion.

  3. The Obsolete Man

    Honestly, I don't even expect them to release new stuff, so vintage doesn't even cross my mind.

    And the slate of MOD dumps kind of confirms my "they don't release new stuff" opinion.

    That even most new stuff (Including the titles in the OP!) doesn't even get a Blu-ray release, is a perplexing subject in its own right! :blink:

    CHEERS! 🙂

  4. They know how many copies of TV shows on disc they’re selling, and how many are getting sent back to them from retailers after the first few weeks.

    I’m as upset about the winding down of physical media as anyone, but I don’t think a downturn in releases has anything to do with Fox being cowards or whatever, but is simply a matter of them being a for-profit company in the business of making money. There are titles I’d like too that don’t get released.

  5. I too hope the following will be released on DVD soon…
    Twelve O'Clock High (1964-1967)
    The Green Hornet (1966-1967)
    The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1968-1969)
    Room 222 (the remaining seasons Shout! Factory didn't release)
    The Swiss Family Robinson (1975-1976)
    Trapper John, M.D. (1979-1986)
    Fall Guy (the remaining seasons that were not already released)
    AfterM*A*S*H (1983-1984)
    L.A. Law (seasons 4-8, only available on DVD outside North America)

    ~Ben

  6. ClassicTVMan1981X

    I too hope the following will be released on DVD soon…
    Trapper John, M.D. (1979-1986)
    Fall Guy (the remaining seasons that were not already released)
    ~Ben

    Do you think that Shout! will be on the remainder of The Fall Guy if it ever gets released?

  7. The TV series of The Ghost & Mrs Muir was released in two seasons box sets but in PAL, I think, but sometimes they do NTSC instead of titles here and there in Australia. My concern currently is not that they are or are not releasing vintage shows(like Hong Kong with Rod Taylor) but the fact is that Amazon world-wide is refusing to ship goods to Australia since July 1(preorders are still coming!!!!) because, after a postponement of 12 months, requested big companies like Amazon to add 10% sales tax(called gst in Australia) to all orders including shipping costs.

    I am a big buyer and DD have no trouble adding the tax and later forwarding to the Australian government and have benefited from my orders. However, even though it has been a smooth ride, the extra service Amazon was providing is lost and UK & European catalogues have no suitable alternatives. If Amazon can add tax for US states that require it now, UK and Europe than they could have for Australia no sweat. Saying I have to order Global stores thru Amazon Australia is nonsense because they have little to offer even though I have signed for Prime which gives me Free delivery. I did find the Blondie/Dagwood ClassicFlix here and I ordered it at A$52 but if I could have ordered it direct then more than $20 would have been saved. DD don’t have the recent Kidnapped(1977) issue and it is not on Global Stores. It is stupidity like this that means a lot less discs sold putting more nails in the disc coffin. I go back to 2001 with Amazon and the orders have been extensive as I have also been ordering for others but most of them are dead now.

    Had to get this off my chest. Amazon’s emails to me are ridiculous in the matter and full of lies.

  8. The Obsolete Man

    I really don't see why people were expecting vintage titles.

    Fox hasn't released any of those for ages. Shout's been doing that, for the most part.

    One must really be unrealistically optimistic or else downright delusional to think Fox would ever put out an older show.

  9. Neil Brock

    One must really be unrealistically optimistic or else downright delusional to think Fox would ever put out an older show.

    Especially since everything new and current is what sells for them right now, I take it?

  10. MatthewA

    To them "old shows" means MASH, MASH, and more MASH.

    And that, in my opinion, is the biggest issue (even above potential low sales). We are at a point where the execs that make these type of release decisions are simply too young and too uninformed about classic TV. Many of them would have no clue about their studio’s catalog of tv series from the 50’s and 60‘s.

    We’ve all heard the stories about how some series were only considered for release because someone in the offices at the time (even employees that were simple secretaries) liked the show as a kid and advocated for it. As each day passes and these older series sink further and further into the sunset, less and less execs have knowledge of them. No knowledge means no advocacy, and no thought of release. This, I firmly believe, is the biggest problem. I’m not suggesting it’s the only problem. Nor am I saying these older series are sitting in vaults as huge, untapped money makers for the studios. But without knowledge of a series, there’s no way it’s ever going to be considered for release.

    Gary “sorry for the rant” O.

  11. I totally agree with Gary's post above. Most TV execs today wouldn't know a classic show if it hit them in the face…totally ignorant.
    The upcoming release by FOX are IMHO, crap shows. I haven't purchased a TV series DVD in years and when I did it was a classic…The Rifleman…not crap shows like Bob's Burgers or Better Things.
    C'mon all you TV execs wake up. You have a treasure trove of classics just gathering dust on the shelf….share them.

  12. Sky King

    C'mon all you TV execs wake up. You have a treasure trove of classics just gathering dust on the shelf….share them.

    A lesson that CBS has learned in spades, them having released quite a few classics (some adulterated in one way or another, but at least released)!

  13. BobO’Link

    Don't be sorry, Gary. It's true and has been Fox's attitude towards the bulk of their catalog, both movies and TV series. We all saw what it took to get The Mary Tyler Moore Show unstalled and it took a distributor like Shout! to finally get other, highly desired, series released to completion. It took Timeless (OK, really Shout!) to re-release Daniel Boone properly.

    From what I've observed over the past few decades I'm amazed that Fox is still around. They frequently act like the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing and appear to have made more missteps than successes. That seemingly goes all the way back to the 60s and the disaster of Cleopatra and arguably goes back even further.

    It is for the same reason why we need to depend on VEI and others to release the very short-lived Paramount Television shows, if CBS won't do so alone.

    ~Ben

  14. ClassicTVMan1981X

    It is for the same reason why we need to depend on VEI and others to release the very short-lived Paramount Television shows, if CBS won't do so alone.

    ~Ben

    Exactly. Now, where is my set of Run Buddy Run?

  15. cadavra

    Just checked Amazon. LA TO VEGAS is a $39.98 list, but THE ORVILLE is exactly half that. WTF?

    Mike S.

    LA to Vegas is a burn on demand set, The Orville is a traditionally pressed, wide release set.

    The traditionally pressed sets that will wind up in stores have always been priced cheaper than the burned MOD sets.

  16. The Obsolete Man

    LA to Vegas is a burn on demand set, The Orville is a traditionally pressed, wide release set.

    The traditionally pressed sets that will wind up in stores have always been priced cheaper than the burned MOD sets.

    Okay, thanks. I'd just assumed ORVILLE was also MOD.

    BTW, I'm finding LA much cheaper at other sides.

    Mike S.

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