1980s Series ‘Moonlighting’ Available for Digital Purchase Jan. 16

For the very first time, all five seasons of “Moonlighting” will be available for purchase at digital retailers Jan. 16, complete with the original Grammy-nominated title track recording by Al Jarreau, from Disney.

Each episode has been remastered in HD from the original film source.

In the series, which aired from 1985 to 1989, when former fashion model Maddie Hayes goes broke and finds that one of her few remaining assets is ownership of the Blue Moon Detective Agency, she’s tempted to liquidate it until she meets the quirky employees and gets involved in their even quirkier cases.

The series stars Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis, Allyce Beasley and Curtis Armstrong.

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Final Season and Full Series Set of ‘Magnum P.I.’ Remake Available on DVD Jan. 30

Magnum P.I. — The Final Season, as well as the full series set of the 2018-23 series, arrives Jan. 30 on DVD from Paramount Home Entertainment.
Thomas Magnum returns in the final season as Hawaii’s favorite detective, and takes on new cases with his partner Juliet Higgins and friends Rick and TC. 
The final season stars Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad), Perdita Weeks (Ready Player One), Zachary Knighton (“Happy Endings”), Stephen Hill (Draft Day), Amy Hill (50 First Dates) and Tim Kang (“The Mentalist”). Guest stars include Bobby Lee (“Mad TV”) and Larry Manetti (“Magnum, P.I. 1980”).

The five-disc final season release includes exclusive deleted scenes.

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The 24-disc complete series collection features all five seasons and 96 episodes with two hours of special features.

Season Two of ‘Run the World’ Due on Digital Nov. 20

Season two of “Run The World” arrives on digital Nov. 20 from Lionsgate at $12.99.

Executive produced by Yvette Lee Bowser (TV’s “Living Single,” “Dear White People”), the series stars Amber Stevens West (22 Jump Street), Bresha Webb (TV’s “Marlon”) and Stephen Bishop (Moneyball).

“Run the World” chronicles the euphoric highs and heartbreaking lows that Whitney, Renee, and Sondi must endure in their pursuit of world domination. Whitney must follow the road of self-discovery in order to thrive in her life with or without Ola, while Renee and Sondi must decide what they truly want out of life — both in love and their careers. Whether they reunite with a past love, taste the life of a millionaire, or see their career take off in a radical new direction, these powerful Black women, fortified by their impenetrable friendship, won’t let anything get in their way.

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Complete Series of ‘The Good Fight’ Available on DVD Nov. 7

The complete series of “The Good Fight,” the sequel to “The Good Wife,” arrives on DVD Nov. 7 from Paramount Home Entertainment.

The 18-disc collection includes all six seasons with 60 episodes and more than two hours of special features.
Created by Emmy Award nominees Robert and Michelle King (“The Good Wife”), “The Good Fight” follows Diane Lockhart (Emmy Award winner Christine Baranski; “Cybill”) after she’s forced out of her own law firm due to an enormous financial scam that destroys the reputation of her goddaughter Maia (Rose Leslie) and Diane’s savings. She promptly joins Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at one of Chicago’s pre-eminent law firms. Alongside Lucca, Adrian Boseman (Delroy Lindo) and Liz Reddick (Emmy Award Winner Audra McDonald), Diane navigates high-profile cases involving race relations, gender constructs and power dynamics. 

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The series also stars Nyambi Nymabi (Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd), Sarah Steele (“This Is Us”) and Michael Boatman (Red Tails). Guest stars include Emmy nominees Alan Cumming (“The Good Wife”), Gary Cole (“Veep”), Dylan Baker (“The Good Wife”) and John Slattery (“Mad Men”); Emmy winner Carrie Preston (“The Good Wife”); Academy Award winner Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and a Gentleman); ​Jason Biggs (American Pie); Jane Lynch (TV’s “Glee”); Wanda Sykes (Monster-in-Law); John Larroquette (TV’s “Night Court”); Mandy Patinkin (TV’s “Homeland”); Bernadette Peters (The Jerk); Michael Sheen (TV’s “Masters of Sex”); and Wayne Brady (TV’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”).

Special features include deleted and extended scenes, gag reels, and “The Good Fight: A Farewell.”

‘The Walking Dead’ Complete Collection Headed to DVD and Blu-ray Oct. 17

Lionsgate will release The Walking Dead: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray and DVD Oct. 17.

“The Walking Dead” follows the survivors of the walker apocalypse as they fight the dead and fear the living. The series features Norman Reedus (“The Boondock Saints” franchise, Blade II), Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually, Penguin Bloom, TV’s “Teachers” and “Afterlife”) and Academy Award nominee Steven Yeun (Nope, Minari, Okja, Mayhem). 

The collection includes all 11 seasons on 54 discs including a bonus disc containing a 42-minute documentary on the making of the final season, as well as a still gallery. The Blu-ray (plus digital) version will feature new original packaging and disc artwork by Clio Award-winning artist Oliver Barrett. The release also includes additional bonus features from all previous single season releases.

The Walking Dead: The Complete Collection will be available for the suggested retail price of $209.97 on Blu-ray (plus digital) and on DVD exclusively at Walmart for the suggested retail price $149.98.

In the series, after sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes awakens from a coma in an abandoned hospital, he’s immediately thrust into a life-or-death struggle in an apocalyptic, walker-ravaged world. The series, based on Robert Kirkman’s acclaimed comic book, follows Rick and his band of survivors — Daryl, Morgan, Maggie, Carol, Michonne, Glenn, and more — as they struggle to survive their bleak new reality where the living pose as much of a threat as the hungry, roaming undead. They venture from Alexandria and its promise of a better life to Negan’s ruthless Saviors to the Commonwealth’s corruption.

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The series also stars Melissa McBride (The Mist, The Reconstruction of William Zero, The Happys), Lauren Cohan (Casanova, TV’s “The Vampire Diaries” and “Supernatural”) Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen, Rampage, TV’s “Leopard Skin”) and Danai Gurira (“Black Panther” franchise, Avengers: Infinity War, The Visitor).

Season Two of Crime Drama ‘Professor T’ Debuts on All PBS Platforms Sept. 3

Season two of the crime drama series “Professor T” premieres Sept. 3 and runs through Oct. 15, across all PBS platforms in the United States, including the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel.

Joining Ben Miller (“Bridgerton”) as Professor T and Frances de la Tour (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) as his mother is award winning actress Juliet Stevenson (Truly, Madly, Deeply) as therapist Dr. Helena. 

Across six episodes, the Professor and the team untangle a series of knotty crimes ranging from an unexplained fire in a student block to the mystery of an entire family found dead in their home. From the blossoming affair between the two young detectives, Lisa and Dan, to the start of an exciting new liaison for Police chief DCI Christina Brand, nothing is quite what it seems. Meanwhile, Professor T is dominated and perplexed by the women in his life. As he attempts to improve his relationships with everyone from his mother to the love of his life Christina, he takes the monumental step of seeing a therapist. His sessions with Dr. Helena are painful for the Professor and his mother as they delve deep into his past and chip away at the secrets of his childhood.

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Season Two of ‘Blindspotting’ Due on Digital Oct. 2 From Lionsgate

Season two of the comedic crime drama “Blindspotting” arrives on digital Oct. 2 from Lionsgate.

In season two, Miles and Ashley may be married, but Miles is still adjusting to life behind bars while his mom tries to make Ashley feel welcome. Picking up six months after Ashley and Miles’s prison nuptials in the season one finale, Ashley is doing backflips to try and raise Sean on her own. She is reaching her breaking point and is taking it out on everyone around her. Miles is adjusting to life on the inside and counting down the days before their first family visitation weekend at San Quentin. Rainey is doing her best to make Ashley and Sean feel at home while trying to find a way to stay connected to her son behind bars, but Ashley holds all the cards.

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The cast includes Jasmine Cephas Jones (Hamilton, Monsters and Men, TV’s “Mrs. Fletcher”), Jaylen Barron (The Bachelors, TV’s “Free Rein,” “Shameless”), Candace Nicholas-Lippman (TV’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Good Trouble”), Benjamin Earl Turner (We Were Hyphy, TV’s “Snowfall”), Rafael Casal (TV’s “The Good Lord Bird,” “Bad Education,” “Are You Afraid of the Dark?”), Helen Hunt (As Good as It Gets, Twister, TV’s “Mad About You”), and LeVar Burton (Star Trek: Generations, TV’s “Star Trek: Picard,” “Roots”).

Season Three of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Due on Digital Oct. 2

Lionsgate will release season three of “Power Book II: Ghost” on digital Oct. 2.

In the season, starring Michael Rainey Jr. (TV’s “Orange Is the New Black”) and Shane Johnson (Behind Enemy Lines), Tariq continues his journey to find trust, rejoin his family and get out of the game for good. However, a staggering reveal soon forces him to reckon with a shocking, personal betrayal. The emergence of a ruthless new connection interrupts Tariq’s plans to reunite with Tasha and Yaz, and puts him, Brayden, and Effie back into business with the Tejadas, as they’re challenged to move more weight than ever before.

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The series also stars Mary J. Blige (Mudbound, Rock of Ages, TV’s “The Umbrella Academy”), Gianni Paolo (Ma, TV’s “Power” and “The Mick”), Method Man (How HighShaft, TV’s “The Deuce”) and Lovell Adams-Gray (TV’s “Rogue,” “Slasher” and “21 Black Futures”).

Season One of Thriller Series ‘Rabbit Hole’ Headed to DVD Oct. 17

CBS and Paramount Home Entertainment will release season one of “Rabbit Hole” on DVD Oct. 17.

The release features all eight episodes of the first season along with bonus content.

In “Rabbit Hole,” nothing is what it seems when John Weir (Emmy Award winner Kiefer Sutherland, “24”), a master of deception in the world of corporate espionage, is framed for murder by powerful forces with the ability to influence and control populations. He finds himself in the midst of a battle over the preservation of democracy in a world at odds with misinformation, behavioral manipulation, the surveillance state, and the interests that control these extraordinary powers.
The series, which streams on Paramount+, also stars Rob Yang (“Succession”), Meta Golding (“Empire”) and Charles Dance (“Game of Thrones”). 

Special features include “Digging the Rabbit Hole,” “The Look of Rabbit Hole” and “Stunts.”

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Season One of ‘Fire Country’ Available on DVD Sept. 19

CBS and Paramount Home Entertainment will release the first season of “Fire Country” on DVD Sept. 19.

The six-disc DVD set features all 22 episodes of the first season and more than 30 minutes of bonus content.
The series stars Max Thieriot (“SEAL Team”) as Bode Donovan, a young convict seeking redemption and a shortened prison sentence by joining a prison release firefighting program in Northern California, where he and other inmates are partnered with elite firefighters to extinguish massive, unpredictable wildfires across the region. It’s a high-risk, high reward assignment, and the heat is turned up when Bode is assigned to the program in his rural hometown, where he was once a golden all-American son until his troubles began. 

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The season also stars Kevin Alejandro (“True Blood”), Stephanie Arcila (“Penny Dreadful: City of Angels”), Jules Latimer (“Guilty Party”) and Jordan Calloway (“Black Lightning”).