REVEALED: Shane McMahon & The Hardy Boyz Slated for 2018 WWE DVDs, Plus More UNRELEASED!

September 22, 2017 by Daniel Bee

REVEALED: First Plans for 2018 WWE DVDs & Blu-rays!

Earlier this week we all got eyes on the first batch of DVD and Blu-rays titles that, as of right now, appear on the WWE Home Video schedule for 2018:

BREAKING: First Titles for 2018 WWE DVD & Blu-Ray Schedule – “RAW 25”, AJ STYLES, THE SHIELD, MORE!

Seven of them to be exact; including a release set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of RAW, a green-lighted comp on AJ Styles, a few surprises led by a potential Shield DVD and NXT retrospective, along with the prospect of owning Shawn Michaels matches we never have before!

“Oooh yeah!”, according to PWInsider Elite the plans don’t stop there as there’s still another five Home Video offerings revealed to be on tap for next year. Here comes the money…

“30 Years of SummerSlam”

— This year marks the 30th anniversary of Survivor Series (DVD on the way next month), and in 2018 SummerSlam will reach that same milestone with an apparent similar release.

“Best of The Hardy Boyz”

— Matt and Jeff Hardy’s recent surprise return to WWE and ongoing run on the RAW brand appears to be leading the duo to a WWE DVD compilation 17 years after their first! This one has been under consideration by the company for at least a year.

2018 WWE DVDs Revealed - Best of The Hardy Boyz
2018 WWE DVDs Revealed - Shane McMahon's Craziest Matches

“Shane McMahon’s Craziest Matches”

— Did you know a Shane O’Mac DVD was in fact scheduled for release in 2016 then later scrapped? With Shane now back in the fold as an on-screen talent (and competing in a few high-profile matches that you may just call “crazy”) the DVD looks to be a lock for 2018.

“WWE 24 Collection”

— The WWE Network series on DVD! Could this include the Kurt Angle documentary? How about Booker T, the Women’s Evolution, or one or more of the WrestleMania-themed documentaries?

“Macho Man Randy Savage: Unreleased”

— We’ve had the “Unreleased 1986-1995” DVD this year, “Shawn Michaels: Unreleased” announced for 2018, and now so is this one with previously unreleased matches involving the Macho Man!

2018 WWE DVDs Revealed - Macho Man Unreleased

Remember, all of these new goodies join the 2018 WWE DVDs already revealed to be in the works, which include: “The Best of RAW & SmackDown Live 2017”, “Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2017”, “The Best of NXT 2017”, “RAW 25th Anniversary”, “The Shield”, “Shawn Michaels: Unreleased”, and “The Phenomenal AJ Styles”.

We’ll be back to update you with more specific details like release dates, whether each one will have a documentary or match compilation format, and which will be making it to Blu-ray too. Until then, here’s some reaction and commentary from YouTuber “TheDVDFreak”.

WWE Home Video 2018 - Logo

The SummerSlam 2017 DVD, a 2-disc set, officially released this week to the United States. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet it’s now listed here on

Canada gets SummerSlam on DVD this coming Tuesday and fans there will be treated to an Amazon exclusive that contains another of the coins needed to complete the “WWE: Official Coin Collection 2017” which began with WrestleMania 33. This time the collectible coin features Finn Bálor.

A UK exclusive Blu-ray edition of the PPV event will hit stores in the region next month.

WWE SummerSlam 2017 DVD - Full Box Artwork
WWE SummerSlam 2017 DVD - With Finn Bálor Coin, Amazon Exclusive

WWE Home Video UK have announced that the Blu-ray edition of “1997: Dawn of the Attitude” has been delayed by 1 week in the UK, now scheduled for release on October 9th. However, the DVD version of this title will still be released on the originally planned date of October 2nd.

Unfortunately a production or packing mix-up led to only the second disc of the Blu-ray making it into test run copies! Rest assured every effort is being made to ensure fans receive the complete product.

At this time the North American and Australian release times appear to be unaffected.

WWE - Vince McMahon & Sunny on Commentary, '1997: Dawn of the Attitude' DVD

FROM THE VAULT: Hey, have you heard? Kayfabe Commentaries will soon launch a streaming service featuring their shoot-style content for one monthly subscription fee. Sounds familiar!

Look for further announcements soon; this could be the ideal way to see all of Kayfabe C.’s new material in addition to owing your favorites on physical DVD.

Their next DVD offering is a new “Back to the Territories”, covering Puerto Rico with Savio Vega.

Kayfabe Commentaries - KC Vault Streaming Service

THE BRAIN: Since the recent sad passing of WWE Hall of Famer Bobby Heenan there’s been a large surge in demand for “The Brain’s” 2010 DVD on eBay. Copies already listed on the auction site were quickly purchased. The active auctions live right now include the following:

$11.50Bobby “The Brain” Heenan DVD
$15.50Bobby “The Brain” Heenan DVD (Sealed)
$16.99Bobby “The Brain” Heenan DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)

On the subject of eBay, look out for these auctions for the new Unreleased DVD expiring soon:

$10.50WWE Unreleased 1986-1995 DVD
$15.78WWE Unreleased 1986-1995 DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)

Up for grabs on eBay tonight is a chance to grab the often tricky-to-find, long “deleted” Vengeance 2002 DVD. This auction is just hours from finishing and is right now bid to only $0.99:

$0.99Vengeance 2002 DVD

Also this weekend, keep an eye on eBay seller “littlep21” who is auctioning off 6 classic WWF DVDs with rarities like Royal Rumble 2001 and King of the Ring 2001. And speaking of King of the Ring, check out this collection going cheap:

$12.10Lot of WWF/WWE King of the Ring DVDs (Free Shipping)

WWE - Classic 'King of the Ring' DVD & Blu-ray Collection

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  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    Kane booker t goldust and mark henry and of course the undertaker all deserve an docamentry DVD/Blu Ray

  2. KarlKayfabian says:

    I hope Savage and Michaels are just unreleased and not only unseen.

  3. Daniel Wissert says:

    Ultimate Warrior – Unreleased Matches

  4. Tom Sullivan says:

    The WWE department has some boring dvd ideas lately. I can think of far more better concepts or ideas that would appeal to fans:

    • A new Jake Roberts dvd (matches & documentary)
    • Rick Rude dvd set (matches and a documentary)
    • Best of Saturday Night’s Main Event – Vol. #2
    • Legends of Mid-South Wrestling – Vol. #2 (match compilation).
    • The Best of WCW Halloween Havoc (interviews and match compilation)
    • The History of the Cruiserweight Championship (interviews and match compilation)
    • A new Rob Van Dam dvd (match compilation with interviews)
    • Christian dvd set (documentary and matches)
    • WWE Smackdown – Best of Seasons 1 & 2 (match compilation)

  5. d.p. says:

    30 Years Of SummerSlam – I’ll have to see how they do the Survivor Series countdown version first before I would be interested in this set as I wasn’t a fan of the Rumble doc. & they can’t ever come close to the WM one.
    Hardys – Depends on the tracklist
    Shane McMahon – We already have this collection on the network
    WWE 24 – Unless it’s extended/director’s cuts of the episodes then not interested
    Macho Man – Depends on the tracklist because I have my Macho Man fill off the previous two sets

    • Brandon vendetta says:

      Attn d.p. I’ve been meaning to ask you this for a while now. Are you the same d.p. that does the in depth customer reviews on Amazon?? Got a question for you if you are.

        • Brandon vendetta says:

          I just wanted to ask if there is somewhere online other than Amazon where I can read your reviews because you are the only one who lists what other sets the matches appear on. I give you props big-time for that cause it’s beyond helpful when I’m buying sets and I can see which matches i already have. I can’t remember all the time I own alot or wrestling so when i shop on Amazon for my wrestling DVDs i always read your reviews cause they are very helpful as far as repeats go.

          • d.p. says:

            Thank you for the compliment. Na, I don’t review them elsewhere although other websites have used them (and other authors have stolen them but that’s another story LOL) cause it’s mostly just a hobby I do in my spare time.

            • Brandon vendetta says:

              Keep up the good work d.p.thank you. Keep writing them I’ll keep reading em. You have no idea how much money you have saved me by listing the repeats. I wish I could remember all the matches but I can’t. On older sets your reviews are hard to find and burried In the comments. That’s why I asked I can’t find em all the time.

  6. Brad Attitude says:

    The Shane McMahon dvd soundsluke a waste of time

  7. Vintage Simon says:

    I wonder if the Hardyz vs. Dudleyz match from Survivor Series 2001 will be on the Hardy Boyz set. That match is starting to give the WM X ladder match a run for its money.

    • Terry Quinn says:

      Why? Just because it was a significant match for the 30 Years of Survivor Series and Straight Outta Dudley dvd sets?

  8. SCSA says:

    The ’30 Years of SummerSlam’ better include the Michaels Vs Martel match! If not then it better be on the ‘Shawn Michaels Unreleased’ set!

    • Phil Harrison says:

      That match sucked, I’d rather see Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H or the second ladder match between Razor Ramon and Shawn Michaels instead.

    • Brandon vendetta says:

      Attn: SCSA. I really think the only reason you want that match and keep bringing up that match in posts on here is because you wanna see Sensational Sherries ass cheeks. I’ll admit I thought it was her hottest outfit ever and that’s the only reason I rewatch the match. I had a thing for her too so just admit it SCSA it’s OK dude I’m with you!! I’m dead serious. But that’s gotta be why because the match itself is not good. Definite highlight for me is not the match. Just admit it already it’s OK!! I’m with ya on this one if it’s the truth.

  9. Kevin M. says:

    I’ve always been interested in a box set similar to the Raw set a few back this one on Undertaker a mix of his classic matches and unreleased matches.If they don’t do that I would like to see an Undertaker unreleased set eventually.

    • Anan Khalique says:

      I agree w/you. For a top guy that’s been active in the same company longer than SCSA, Rock, DX, etc, he’s had less dvd/bluray releases than they have.

      For Taker bc he very rarely speaks out, I’d want a doc with a matches & segments mix of classics and ones that were important for his career for whatever reason(s.) Then at some point, an Undertaker Unreleased set bc the Unreleased sets that feature him barely do as it’s usually 1-3 matches while some other big names are featured more.

      Some examples of
      Unreleased (as far as I know so I could be wrong here):
      vs Jimmy Snuka, MSG 91
      vs British Bulldog, MSG 91
      vs Bret Hart, MSG 92
      vs Bret Hart vs HBK, MSG 97 (WWE uploaded a small clip of this on their YouTube channel)
      Segment (don’t know where it’s from but considering his bearded look, I guess it was sometime in 1999 during his Ministry/Corporate Ministry days) – I don’t know if it was after RAW, SD or during a live event, but Taker, Austin and I think Mankind each had a beer and toasted each other before Taker quickly left the ring after toasting.

      Classic or important matches or segments:
      SSeries 90 debut (don’t need the whole match, just till Taker fought with Dusty on the way to the back getting counted out.)
      Paul Bearer’s debut
      WM7, vs Snuka
      Taker attacks Hogan on the Funeral Parlour (Flair debuts), 91
      SSeries 91, vs Hogan (his 1st title win with post-match interview)
      Tuesday In TX 91, vs Hogan (his first title defense)
      Taker stalks Jake on the Funeral Parlour after his hand is locked in the casket and getting hit multiple times with a chair, 92
      WM8, vs Jake Roberts
      RR94, vs Yokozuna (with post-match angle)
      SSeries 94, vs Yokozuna (bc it ended the feud that didn’t end at RR94)
      RR96, Taker vs Bret Hart
      KOTR 96, SSlam 96, IYH, vs Mankind
      WM13, vs Sid (his 2nd title win)
      SSlam 97, vs Bret Hart
      Taker Fab Four Interview w/JR (in Character Interview But A Long One)
      Taker Interviews About HBK Leading To Ground Zero & The Night After Ground Zero Leading To Their Rematch
      IYH, vs HBK (Kane’s debut, could be saved for a Kane doc which I hope gets released too instead of being here but it was significant to Taker and Kane’s careers, perhaps for different reasons)
      Taker Saved By Kane From DX Before RR98 & They Salute Each Other
      RR98, vs HBK (w/post-match angle)
      Taker Returns & Acceps Kane’s Challenge To Face Him (RAW, Feb 98)
      Taker Stands On Top Of Titantron & Burns An Effigy Of Kane, March 98
      WM14, vs Kane
      Taker Interview Where Kane Breks A Tombstone & Sets The Gravesite On Fire
      Unforgiven, vs Kane
      Taker In-Character Shoot Interview The Night After Over The Edge
      KOTR 98, vs Mankind
      Taker Challenges SCSA To A Title Match Which Vince Interrupts To Say They’ll Team Up To Face Kane & Mankind
      Vince Announces Taker vs Kane vs Mankind
      Taker (Dressed Up As Kane) pins Mankind, Becomes #1 Contender
      Taker Questioned By Vince & SC & Tells Both To Go To Hell
      SSlam 98, vs SCSA
      Over Various Nights, Taker Forms His Ministry of Darkness
      Corporate Ministry Formed, SD, April 99
      KOTR 99, vs Rock
      Taker Returns, J.Day 2000
      WM17, vs HHH
      WM20, vs Kane
      vs Randy Orton, various times in 2005
      Taker Returns, SSeries 2005
      Taker Returns, RR 2006 & on the following SD, cuts a promo saying he wants what Angle currently has, the WHC
      Taker vs Kurt Angle, NWO 2006 & The Rematch on SD
      w/Kane vs Kennedy & MVP, SD November 11, 2006 & vs Booker & Finlay, SD December 2006
      Taker vs Batista & Edge, various times in 2007 & 2008
      vs Shelton Benjamin, 3x on SD in 2009 (good tv matches)
      WM25 & 26, vs HBK
      WM27 & 28, vs HHH
      vs Punk, Breaking Point & HIAC 2009 (his last title reign to this day)
      WM29, vs Punk
      WM30, SSlam & HIAC 2015, vs Lesnar
      WM31, vs Wyatt (I enjoyed this match, just not the entrances happening during the day)
      WM33, vs Reigns

      I rushed so if I missed anything, feel free to add.

  10. Brandon vendetta says:

    Do we really need a Hardy Boys DVD full of nothing but repeats?? I’ll pass. What could they possibly put on there that hasn’t been released numerous times already? And a Macho Man unreleased sounds alot better than the Shawn Michaels one to me.

    • RabidHeat says:

      At the end of the day, whatever is on a Hardy Boyz set, it will sell well, as they have quite a loyal fan base. That’s the only reason it’s being released.

      • Brandon vendetta says:

        I don’t see why it would though considering most if not all of it has been released already (which probably will be the case) but you’re right. It will sell anyway. I’m not buying it. I’m Hardys out. I don’t care anymore. Just my view.

  11. Leon Perry says:

    Awful ideas and titles for potential dvd/bluray sets.

  12. Andrew Michael Dellorfano says:

    Looking good for 2018, cant wait until you guys post the release dates,that way I can post them to my calendar. Real awesome Shane’s getting a DVD but I’m hoping for Shotgun Saturday Night comp

  13. Victory says:

    Awesome to hear about the Savage Unreleased set. Can’t wait for that one. Hopefully we get the rumored Rick Rude set as well. He seems to do well in all the polls and the timing is about right since he went into the HOF this past year.

  14. A Aron Jones says:

    I love Macho Man but how many matches could possibly exciting? I mean I’d hate to see Hogan, Steamboat, Warrior, & Andre matches on the dvd. I’d love to see him face Undertaker & do like Hogan & make him face different heels/faces of the time.

    • Indyfan says:

      Google Macho vs Santana no dq April 86

    • Terry Quinn says:

      There also his work from Memphis (pre-wwe).

    • RabidHeat says:

      I don’t think many “Unreleased” matched for anyone are all that exciting to be honest. Otherwise they would’ve been “released”. They’re basically safe house show matches.

      • Anan Khalique says:

        I love house show matches for a change. May not have the big production value of a big ppv like WM or SSlam or show like RAW. But I love hearing the wrestlers grunt or whatever and talking during matches as well as the “arena versions” of their entrance music, things not always hearable when there’s commentary during televised shows/events.

        I guess they weren’t released as they were saving them for these unreleased sets. Maybe they wanted to wait till the demand for such sets was great enough that it’d sell good enough for them to keep making more of them which is basically what’s happening now.

    • Anan Khalique says:

      DIdn’t know Randy Savage even faced Taker! Would love to see that. But what about when they teamed up in I’m guessing 92? Forget their opponents (maybe Ric Flair and Papa Shango or Sid Justice??), but the tag match – which I believe was for a live event – was promoted through those old Face To Face interviews during The Event Center where it was Taker & Randy Savage face to face. I remember seeing these on Wrestling Challenge, not RAW so I am guessing this tag match was in 92 as RAW may not have existed then. It can be added as it was never released far as I know, that is if WWF caught the match on their cameras.

  15. RCS1988 says:

    Randy Savage Unreleased could include his match with the Undertaker, which is probably why it wasn’t on 1986-1995. They could also include his rare 1976 appearance doing a job for someone. I wouldn’t be surprised if Warrior Unreleased is also included for 2018.

  16. Melvin O\'Toole-Reilly says:

    I love the idea of unreleased sets on Macho Man and HBK but are there enough unreleased matches by both to justify a three disc release on each? Maybe an Unreleased 1986-1995 Vol 2 could be better?

    • Indyfan says:

      There’s more than enough. I have seen atleast 10 Rockers matches that aren’t on dvd/bluray ray and all of them are great. Machos matches are everywhere. Can we finally get the Wrestlefest 88 match vs DiBiase? How about both no dq matches vs Santana? The one ib April 86 at MSG is fantastic and worth watching on youtube. There’s still some rare vs Hogan matches too. WWE can still do another Bret Hart Unreleased set and they already have one for him.

      • whut says:

        yes, depending on the definition of “unreleased”, there is tons of great stuff that has not been put on dvd.

        I’ve just recently seen the Santana match series (some of their bouts are on the first Savage vhs release from I believe 1986) and they were great.

      • Anan Khalique says:

        Another Bret Hart Unreleased set?? You mean there was one set released already? I know they did a documentary dvd on him in like 2005 or 2006.

        I’d love to see unreleased sets on so many wrestlers. Just some names in no particular order:
        Chris Jericho
        Hulk Hogan (won’t happen till this racist thing is over & done in WWE’s mind)
        The ROck
        Jake Roberts

        A set on RAW & SD Off-Air

        And once they’re finished releasing unreleased sets from 86-95, then they could go on to unreleased sets on 96-whatever year (I know Vol/3 of The Attitude Era included matches from 96 and on but there’s still unreleased matches from 96 and on that have yet to be released.

        • Brandon vendetta says:

          Yes Anan. The dungeon collection has been out for years that’s what he’s talking about.

          • Anan Khalique says:

            Ah yes! Thanks for refreshing my memory there. With recent Unreleased sets having Unreleased as part of the set’s title, I had forgotten that The Dungeon Collection which I remembered was for Bret Hart (who else would it be for considering Dungeon was part of the set’s title???) was an unreleased set for him.

        • huh says:

          i think Bret hart makes sense but i think he’s being punished a little bit for all the bad comments he’s mad to HHH.

  17. meme says:

    2018 could be the best year for WWE DVD in a long time if they do it right.

  18. RabidHeat says:

    I know it’s currently an impossibility due to ownership etc. but another Hardys compilation that doesn’t include the ‘Broken’ stuff almost seems redundant at the moment. I’d be tempted to wait a couple of years to see if TNA / GFW / Impact (or whatever TF they’re called this week) buckles under first.

  19. SRB says:

    “WWE 24 Collection” – This is great. There have been many DVD-worthy mini-documentaries that have absolutely belonged on DVD. In fact, much of what has ended up on the Network has far surpassed what has been released on DVD specifically in regards to entertainment value. The Network documentaries are very well produced and are very entertaining.

    “Macho Man Randy Savage: Unreleased” – I’m still going to cite Hogan’s unreleased 3 disc set as one of my favorite sets in existence. I remember watching it and not believing he had basically stepped in the ring with every heel there was. Similar to Bret’s dungeon collection, I can’t get enough of the unreleased sets. Choosing HBK and Savage are great decisions.

    • whut says:

      I know some users here are sick of these kind of comments.

      but a “24 Collection” is something that should definitely get a bluray release.

  20. Mark Markson says:

    A Kayfabe Commentaries streaming service sounds great. I have a lot of their DVDs, but haven’t bought any new for a few years. Shipping to Europe from the states is a bit expensive, plus I also had to pay custom fees from time to time.

  21. Alex Murray says:

    Why are the unreleased matches set so popular? The match list for the unreleased matches DVD that recently came out sounds great but I would have a hard time watching them without any commentary

    • Indyfan says:

      Because most fans don’t buy dvds/bluray ray sets for commentary. Also because repeats suck

      • Mark Markson says:

        Yes. I was looking at the Seth Rollins set. There is a Raw match against Owens, but I got that on blu-ray, when I bought the Owens blu-ray. Then there are only 4 or 5 matches on the Rollins 3 disc set, that I don’t have in my collection. If it had featured more unreleased stuff, I’d have bought it. Now I’ll only buy it, if I find it dirt cheap somewhere.

      • Brandon vendetta says:

        Wrong. Most people buying wrestling DVDs and blue rays DO prefer commentary. I don’t know why you think otherwise.

        • Indyfan says:

          I don’t think otherwise. Try reading my comment slowly. I didn’t say fans don’t want commentary..I said fans don’t buy sets for commentary.

    • josh says:

      That’s what I’m talking about. I watched the wwe unreleased 1986-1995 and it didn’t have any commentary. No one to tell the story of the match and as I said earlier, some of the matches didn’t look professional, they looked like amateur home videos like a member of the audience was taping the matches with a video camera that they brought along with them. I probably won’t be purchasing anymore unreleased sets, if that’s the way the wwe is going to put them available for sale, no commentating and poor picture/video quality.

      • LP1 says:

        “No one to tell the story of the match…” That’s the job of the wrestlers. They tell their stories through their work, their selling, their facial expressions, etc. Do you think the fans in attendance have a hard time understanding what’s going on in a match because there’s no commentators there to explain it to them? Not at all.

  22. Mark says:

    We already had multiple randy savage and Shawn Michael DVD sets and still no Andre the giant set yet. Andre was the first wrestler inducted into the Hall of fame and help build the wwe. Matches against Bundy, black jack mulligan, Hulk Hogan, killer khan, jerry black well, John stufdd are legendary! I will be disappointed again if we don’t get this set this year.

    • RabidHeat says:

      If you mean in terms of a documentary then I get you, but with all due respect to the man himself, I’ve no desire to sit through three discs of Andre the Giant matches.

      • Indyfan says:

        Not just that…theres is an Andre dvd. It’s only one disc but he has matches on other wrestlers sets and other themed sets.

        • Mark Markson says:

          If they do an Andre set, it will be full of repeats. I’d love to see a documentary though. Maybe they do one for the network next year. It’s 25 years since his death in 2018, I believe.

    • Foley Is Good says:

      Maybe the rumored HBO Andre the Giant documentary will be released next year.

    • whut says:

      I think one reason for that is that he is not as popular as others because he was already beyond his prime after the WWF’s expansion to go national. so the only version of andre that many of “us” witnessed was one that was broken down and a shell of his former self.

  23. Indyfan says:

    Finally WWE is getting it. Unreleased sets will always do well because collectors want them and casuals will buy them if they like the theme or wrestler the set is based on. Either way…can’t wait!!! All the ECW unreleased sets did well. They need to start pumping out some WCW unreleased. WCW had way more gems than WWF did and there’s sill so many great matches in the archives for NWA/WCW that aren’t on any sets.

    • Mark Markson says:

      I also wouldn’t mind if they did a second volume of WCW PPV matches. And maybe focused on matches they haven’t released before. 🙂

    • RabidHeat says:

      The ECW sets were a little different in that most of the content had actually been released on DVD previously, just not by WWE.

      • Indyfan says:

        True…but they still sold well enough to keep putting them out. WWE doesnt see RF as anything so they assume everything that isnt released by them is”unreleased” which is fine by me since it’s becoming more common that they release unreleased sets.

    • RnRisKing says:

      Yes its about time the WWE put out an Unreleased WCW set.

  24. Paul says:

    I can get on board with all of those especially the Unreleased Savage set and, since I’m apparently the only WWE fan without the Network, the 24 Collection will be of interest

    • RabidHeat says:

      You’re not the only one, trust me. I have a wife and child – there’s no way I can justify £10 per month being spent on watching wrestling.

      • Paul says:

        Pretty much my reasoning. I’m half tempted if only for the PPVs but I’ve lasted however long it’s been since Sky stopped showing them for free so I’m not overly fussed. I also don’t have anything like the time to watch however many millions of hours of content there is now and don’t own a SmartTV or the means to convert my TV and don’t fancy watching the Network on my PC or tablet. Finally, I have an inherent mistrust of streaming services as a whole – far rather have the physical media

        • Indyfan says:

          I just hook up my pc to my tv.

          • LP1 says:

            There’s also Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick and a bunch of other devices that plug right into the TV. I’ve been using Roku for years and never had any issues with streaming. A lot of it depends on your internet service and what your upload/download rates are.

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