A return to the physical
As confirmed on Twitter Sigmund Judge, a journalist specialized in Apple TV +, those from Cupertino plan to launch several of their productions for sale physically. They will not be distributed directly by Apple, but rather Dazzler Media has licensed these series and will be in charge of their sale.
Apple Original Series coming to HD Blu-Ray & DVD courtesy of @DazzlerMedia:#SEE S1 – Oct 31, S2 – Nov 14#ForAllMankind S1 – Nov 28, S2 – Dec 26#TruthBeTold S1 – Dec 5, S2 – Feb 6#TheMorningShow S1 – Dec 5, S2 – Jan 23 pic.twitter.com/zGN0W9rCOo
— Sigmund Judge (@sigjudge) October 12, 2022
These are the dates on which the physical release is expected:
- October 31, 2022: ‘SEE‘ (T1)
- November 14, 2022: ‘SEE’ (T2)
- November 28, 2022: ‘For All Mankind’ (T1)
- December 5, 2022: ‘Truth Be Told’ (T1), ‘The Morning Show‘ (T1)
- December 26, 2022: ‘For All Mankind’ (T2)
- January 23, 2023: ‘The Morning Show’ (T2)
- February 6, 2023: ‘Truth Be Told’ (S2)
Although it may seem so, this It is not the first time that Apple TV + productions have been distributed in physical format. Just over a year ago, those from Cupertino began selling ‘Defending Jacob’ in Blu-Ray and DVD format. The reasons that the California giant has for doing this are not known for sure, but it does not seem that all the ones that are going to launch now have been frowned upon.
In any case, if one intends to acquire all these series, it is much more worth paying the € 4.99 that Apple TV + costs than the hundreds of euros that will be worth all the DVDs that the Cupertino bands are going to release. The only case in which we could see this expense justified is if one enjoys collecting titles like these.