FremantleMedia’s UK WWE DVD Shop Site Revealed & Release Dates

November 23, 2012 by Daniel Bee

FremantleMedia WWE DVD

FremantleMedia, the new WWE Home Video distributor for the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa, were today in touch with WWEDVDNews to announce that they will launch a new website in January 2013 – www.wwedvd.co.uk.

They also shared the following press release, which reveals release dates of their first WWE DVD and Blu-ray titles.

Welcome to the new WWE website and DVD & Blu-ray store.

FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), the new OFFICIAL licensee for WWE home entertainment product throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa, is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of www.wwedvd.co.uk in January 2013. This website will offer both new release and back catalogue titles on DVD and Blu-ray.

To receive more information and updates about this exciting new website and WWE Home Entertainment products, please register your email address at www.wwedvd.co.uk or email us direct at info@wwedvd.co.uk

FME can also now announce the first new release titles for 2013, to be released on both DVD and Blu-ray:

Night Of Champions 2012 (21st January)
Hell In A Cell 2012 (28th January)
Top 100 Raw Moments (4th February)
The Attitude Era (18th February)
Live in the UK – November 2012* (25th February)
Best PPV Matches 2012 (4th March)
Survivor Series 2012 (11th March)
TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs (25th March)
*on DVD only

We would like to thank you for your continued support and hope you enjoy www.wwedvd.co.uk, the new home for WWE DVD and Blu-ray!

As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Thanks for supporting WrestlingDVDNetwork.com.

 




New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk


34 Comments left on this article...

Leave Your Comments

 

  1. Darren says:

    Fremantlemedia has a terrible phone line access, silvervision was always available to take your calls, they were friendly and helpful when you needed them. This new site is so shit I will be using amazon from now on. Never coming here again

  2. Jabroni says:

    Will they accept PayPal payments? It’s the only way for me to purchase things online…

  3. Loose Cannon says:

    will they be region free? or region locked?

    • Dave says:

      Don’t know yet…but the new distributor have a track record for releasing region free DVDs and Blu-rays. But in this case i doubt it since they’re specified within the UK, Middle East and Africa. They wouldn’t be allowed to have region free media since it would violate their agreement. Same with North America which have WWE DVDs locked to region 1 and Blu-rays locked to region A.

      If they’re was one distributor for all continents (like Warner and Fox for example) then we would likely see region free Blu-rays…but DVDs would still be in PAL format. PAL/NTSC don’t exist with HD and Blu-rays.

  4. PeeWee says:

    looking good hope they will be as interactive as sv have been uk wwe fans have a sense of relief

  5. Tommy B says:

    Blu-Rays! Hell yes!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hopefully they will have next day delivery like Silver Vision.

  7. Loose Cannon says:

    Will the blu rays be region free?

  8. Anonymous says:

    I have a question. I apologize in advance for asking this in the wrong place, but if I asked it in the right one it would never get answered. My question is: how do I access the exclusives on the Top 50 Finishers DVD? I am absolutely certain that I bought this at Best Buy and it is the DVD. I can’t find it anywhere. I’m hoping to get this answered tonight. Really appreciate it!

  9. LP1 says:

    Based on the DVD artwork on the new website, it looks like Fremantle won’t splatter their name and logo all over the covers like SilverVision did. Now it looks more like the North American releases. That’s a definite plus.

  10. Dave says:

    So the new distributor won’t be allowed to continue the Tagged Classics, correct? I would assume they could since they’re continuing the Live in the UK series.

    • Harry Faversham says:

      Essentially they could not do the tagged classics releases because Silver Vision was re-releasing the titles it previously released allowing them to release unedited material. However, with WWE now being able to use the WWF material WWE themselves can now in theory release any archive material they wanted to. Perhaps this is a reason that WWE ended the relationship in that they simply don’t need them anymore. I would think using the name ‘tagged classics’ might be a bit dodgy but there were actually American releases called ‘Tagged Classics’ so it is a possibility. Fremantle will have a nicely unblurred range of DVDs.

      I’m relieved. I think I’ll be able to get the Bret unreleased set now.

  11. cmvag says:

    i hope they will have free shipping as SV had! it was a great deal for me because i live outside UK so the shipping cost would be fatal!

  12. ALK says:

    Sweet, not only do we get a website, and continue the PPV Blu Rays (Wew’re gonna have 2012 completely in Blu afterall!), but they’re continuing the Live in the UK sets!

    I wonder if they’ll use the same artwork design for the UK sets or a new one…

  13. Daniel says:

    Top Raw Moments and Best of PPVs 2012 on my birthday wish list 🙂

  14. RabidHeat says:

    Looks to me like Fremantle have looked at certain aspects of what SilverVision did that worked, and have gone a similar route by having a site solely for WWE DVDs. That’s good news.

    Still wondering whether they’re gonna produce the past PPVs also.

    • ALK says:

      “This website will offer both new release and back catalogue titles on DVD and Blu-ray.”

      I’d imagine it would be the most recent releases, but you never know…

  15. CS 22 says:

    Just a nitpick but why is it there’s such a big gap between Hell In a Cell and Survivor Series. And then TLC is released just 2 weeks afterwards. Are they going to release a PPV every month? Or 2 of them every second month?

    • SteelEdge says:

      I’d imagine they are bringing out Night Of Champions and HIAC quickly cos they should’ve been out in the UK by now so they wanna get them out the way quickly.

      • CS 22 says:

        That’s what I also thought about at first. Because normally NOC gets released in December and HIAC gets released in January as far as Europe is concerned. Bit then I saw that Survivor Series and TLC will also get released close to each other and it got me wondering. We’ll see I guess.

  16. Dave says:

    Was looking into Fremantle and they have released Blu-rays and DVDs region free…hopefully they make those for WWE, but i doubt it.

    • Anonymous says:

      I doubt it because they are only suppose to serve their specific region/market. I don’t think Vince would like that.

      • Horrendous1 says:

        I agree – given that the US blurays are region locked, I cannot see the situation here being any different.

      • Horrendous1 says:

        Looks to be a 2-3 month delay between the UK and US release dates – hope that shortens up as don’t really want to wait until May for the Nitro II bluray.

  17. Platt says:

    Really glad to see they’re continuing to release all the PPVs on BD and they’re going to keep doing the Live In The UK sets those were the only two thing I bought from SV everything else I import.

  18. WWEATTITUDEERA says:

    Will Night of champions 2012 Hell in a cell 2012 be released on blu ray?

  19. Roly says:

    Get in.

    Hope they follow the same pricing structure for new release as Silvervision. Although wouldn’t mind seeing the blu ray sets drop below £20.

More of the latest Wrestling DVD News...    

EXCLUSIVE: Cover Art & Extras for WWE Survivor Series 2020 DVD – The Undertaker’s Final Farewell
The First THREE WWE DVDs for 2021, Hands-On with ‘UNDERTAKER: Last Ride’ Collectors Edition Blu-Ray
Get ‘Undertaker: The Last Ride’ Blu-Ray FOR FREE, New Cover Shots for ‘WWE 24 – Best of 2020’ DVD
EARLY PHOTOS of WWE ‘Undertaker: The Last Ride’ DVD – Includes Exclusive Artwork & Comic Book!
EXCLUSIVE: The First WWE DVD of 2021 Revealed (With Cover & Content!), Latest on ‘Taker Last Ride
AEW to DVD: All Elite Wrestling Home Video Debut, Cover Artwork for WWE’s Hell in a Cell 2020 DVD