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he following is a list of all Classic TV series (1950s-2000s) that have been released on
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in Region A or are Region Free:

COMEDY / DRAMA

The 4400
The Abbott and Costello Show
(S1 of 2) (via ClassicFlix)
Airwolf (via Mill Creek)
The A-Team
The Andy Griffith Show
Batman
Battlestar Galactica
Baywatch
(via VEI)
The Bionic Woman (via Shout! Factory)
Blondie (via ClassicFlix)
Buck Rogers in The 25th Century
The Californians
(via SFM Entertainment)**
Charlie's Angels (via Mill Creek)
Charmed (1998) (All 8 seasons + CS) (s2&3 MOD)
Columbo (s1-7) (via Kino Lorber)
Dawson's Creek (via Mill Creek)
Diagnosis Murder (via VEI)
The Dick Van Dyke Show (via Image Entertainment)
Farscape (via Cinedigm** / Shout! Factory)
Flipper (via Olive Films)**
Fraggle Rock (via Sony Pictures)
Frasier
Freaks and Geeks
(via Shout! Factory)
Friends
From the Earth to the Moon
(miniseries)
Galactica 1980
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.
Highway to Heaven
(via VEI)
Hogan's Heroes
Honeymooners
I Dream of Jeannie
(via Mill Creek)
I Love Lucy (s1&2 of 6)
Leave it to Beaver
The Incredible Hulk
The Invisible Man
(1975) (via VEI)**
Jesus of Nazareth (via Shout! Factory) (miniseries)
The King of Queens (via Mill Creek)
Knight Rider (via Mill Creek)
Kolchak The Night Stalker (via Kino Lorber)
Little House on the Prairie (via Lionsgate)
The Little Rascals (via ClassicFlix)
Lost in Space
MacGyver
Magnum, P.I.
(via Mill Creek)
The Master (via Kino Lorber)
Miami Vice (via Mill Creek)
Mission: Impossible (1966)
Monk (s1-3 via Kino Lorber)
The Monkees (via Rhino)
Nash Bridges (via VEI)
Night Gallery (s1&2 via Kino Lorber)
Northern Exposure
Noble House
(miniseries) (via Umbrella Entertainment)
The Odd Couple
The Outer Limits
(1963) (via Kino Lorber)
Police Squad!
Quantum Leap
(via Mill Creek)
The Rockford Files (via Mill Creek)
Roots (1977 miniseries)
Seaquest DSV (via Mill Creek)
Shazam!
Shogun
(miniseries)
The Six Million Dollar Man (via Shout! Factory)
Space:1999 (via Shout! Factory)
Stargate (via VEI)
Stargate Atlantis (via VEI)
Stargate SG-1 (via VEI)
Stargate Universe (via VEI)
Star Trek: Enterprise
Star Trek: The Original Series
Star Trek: The Next Generation
That '70s Show
(via Mill Creek)
The Thunderbirds (via Timeless Media)**
The Time Tunnel (via Revelation Films)*
The Twilight Zone (1959)
Twin Peaks
When We Left Earth
(miniseries)**
Wiseguy (via VEI)
Wonder Women
World of Giants
(via ClassicFlix)
The X-Files

BRITISH

Agatha Christie's Poirot
(via Acorn Media)
Captain Scarlet (via Network Distributing)*
Department S
(via Network Distributing)*
Man in a Suitcase
(via Network Distributing)*
Monty Python's Flying Circus
(via Universal)
Smiley's People (via Acorn Media) (miniseries)
The Avengers: The Emma Peel Collection (Seasons 4 & 5) (Via Vision Entertainment)*
The Avengers: The Tara King Collection
(Season 6) (Via Vision Entertainment)*
The Prisoner (via A&E Home Video)

ANIMATED

The Ant and the Aardvark
(via Kino Lorber)
Batman: The Animated Series
The Blue Racer
(via Kino Lorber)
Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers
Crazylegs Crane
(via Kino Lorber)
The Dogfather (via Kino Lorber)
The Flintstones
The Herculoids
Hoot Kloot
(via Kino Lorber)
The Inspector (via Kino Lorber)
The Jetsons
Thundarr the Barbarian
Jonny Quest
Josie and the Pussycats
Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space
Misterjaw
(via Kino Lorber)
The New Scooby-Doo Movies
The Pink Panther
(via Kino Lorber)
Roland and Ratfink (via Kino Lorber)
Samurai Jack
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
Space Ghost and Dino Boy
Speed Racer
(via Funimation)
Star Trek: The Animated Series
Superman: The Animated Series
Tijuana Toads
(via Kino Lorber)

- Releases contain music edits
* - Region Free
** - Out of Print
CS- Complete Series set
 
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You should specify the year on several as there's been more than one series under the same name.

The Outer Limits 1963 has. The 1995 version has not had a BR release.
The Twilight Zone 1959 has. The 1985 version has not had a BR release.
Mission Impossible 1966 has. The 1988 version has not had a BR release.

Other BR releases:
The Abbott and Costello Show (1952) - Classicflix
Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969)
Charmed (1998) is slowly getting BR upgrades (5 of 8 seasons so far)
Farscape (1999)
The 1998 mini-series "From the Earth to the Moon"
The Invisible Man (1975) - the 1958 series has not - VEI
 

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Also:

Flipper (Olive)
The Californians (SFM)
Speed Racer (Funimation)
Thunderbirds (Timeless Media)
Jesus of Nazareth (Mini-series) I have the Spanish release, but I think Shout did the USA release)
When We Left Earth (Discovery Channel Mini-series)
 

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How about Max Headroom series on BD?
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All of the post-production was done on Standard Definition video. It would have to be up-rezzed for Blu-ray. Which doesn't mean it can't be decent (the BBC has done some good up-rezzed BDs), but there really isn't that much point. I'd rather that Warner -- or whomever they might license it to (Shout! Factory released the DVD set) -- put the time, money, and effort into a series that would gain a more significant improvement in HD.
 
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All of the post-production was done on Standard Definition video. It would have to be up-rezzed for Blu-ray. Which doesn't mean it can't be decent (the BBC has done some good up-rezzed BDs), but there really isn't that much point. I'd rather that Warner -- or whomever they might license it to (Shout! Factory released the DVD set) -- put the time, money, and effort into a series that would gain a more significant improvement in HD.
if it ever happened it would probably be MillCreek, LOL!!!
 

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Charmed S2 and 3 have a chance of being MOD.

But there are also pressed discs of them, especially if you're buying now. When I bought in, oh, late 2021, the sets were pressed. And they're probably using the pressed discs for the recent complete series, as well.
I did grab the dvd set...but, BD set would be nicer, if done well!!
 

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A couple of series I'd to see restored and given the BD treatment are:
The Pretenter Series + the Movie (NBC) Peacock
The Mentalist (CBS) Paramount
Babylon 5 (WB)
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I hate to harsh your mellow, Todd, but The Pretender is an MTM series, so Fox/Disney-owned. The Mentalist is with Warner, not Paramount. Warner Archive put out a blu-ray of the first season, but I'm assuming it didn't sell particularly well, as they never released any further seasons. Babylon 5 has problematic source element issues.

Regarding The Pretender, I'd love to see a blu-ray release of its step-sister series The Profiler. I suspect, though, that like the DVD releases, they'd not be able to include the crossover episode of The Pretender. Or the episode with the prohibitively expensive Police song.
 

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I hate to harsh your mellow, Todd, but The Pretender is an MTM series, so Fox/Disney-owned. The Mentalist is with Warner, not Paramount. Warner Archive put out a blu-ray of the first season, but I'm assuming it didn't sell particularly well, as they never released any further seasons. Babylon 5 has problematic source element issues.

Regarding The Pretender, I'd love to see a blu-ray release of its step-sister series The Profiler. I suspect, though, that like the DVD releases, they'd not be able to include the crossover episode of The Pretender. Or the episode with the prohibitively expensive Police song.
This is what usualy happens with series thatI like, LOL!!! And yeah, I did see th season one of the the Mentalist...as far as B5, who knows....if someone can reserect Robot Monster, ANYTHNG is possible!! ;)
 

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