Legend of Korra was one of the best shows on TV during its time, let alone one of the best anime series, and you can own all four seasons on Blu-ray for an all-time low $24, courtesy of Amazon.
Breaking Bad is the best show ever created—don’t @ me, The Wire fans, the fifth season was a mess and you know it—and the complete series Blu-ray is down to its best price in nearly a year. Yeah, bitch!
This inexpensive, compact sound bar probably isn’t ideal for your main home theater—it’s only two channels, and doesn’t have a subwoofer—but for $59 with the code KINJAOCF, it would be a massive upgrade for, say, a kitchen or bedroom where you’re still using your TV’s built-in speakers. It’s also wall-mountable, and…
Even if you aren’t generally an anime person, Attack On Titan is worth watching, and the entire first season (25 episodes) is just $28 on Amazon today, an all-time low.
If you go just a few rungs down the ladder below the Big Four of prestige television drama (Breaking Bad, The Wire, The Sopranos, and Mad Men, in that order, don’t @ me), you’ll find Boardwalk Empire, and you can own the entire series on Blu-ray today for an all-time low $50.
You should definitely buy and watch the first two seasons of Rick and Morty for $13 each. Just don’t, like, become one of those Rick and Morty Fans. Just enjoy the show quietly in your own home, that’s enough!
To appease the whims of some high-level executive that just got a nice tax cut, the new Star Trek Discovery show is only available on CBS’s online streaming service, CBS All Access. That’s really annoying, but this deal makes it slightly more tolerable.
If you want to whack the prestige TV fans off your holiday shopping list, the complete Sopranos Blu-ray is down to an all-time low $50 for Prime members right now. That comes out to less than $.60 per episode, and you also get digital copies for free.
The entire series of Battlestar Galactica is down to $37 today on Blu-ray, which is far and away the best price we’ve ever seen. That’s a big frakking deal.
The Rick and Morty fandom recently surged ahead of Boston sports fans as the most deranged and obnoxious group of people in the country, but the show really is quite good, and you can buy the second season on Blu-ray for $13 right now.
Its 2017 reboot aside, Prison Break was a very dumb, but mostly very enjoyable show, and you can own the first four seasons (you’re not missing anything from season 5) on Blu-ray for $40, today only. The money you saved can go towards Jamba Juice.
Back in college, Bones was the first show I would put on when I was in between classes. The story arc never stuck with me, but the set up, the characters, the over-the-top special effects, that’s what kept me coming back. If you were like me, you can own all 12 seasons (yeah, it somehow went to 12 seasons with a…
It’s not exactly a second season, but Firefly fans should still be excited to see that the show just got a special edition 15th anniversary Blu-ray release last month, and you can save a few bucks off MSRP by preordering.
If you feel like your brain has been atrophying since the last new episode of Sherlock came out, well we have something to help keep you in tip-top shape. This DVD/Blu-ray box includes the first three seasons with original bonus features, new commentaries, and never-before-seen outtakes.
The entire series of Battlestar Galactica is down to $80 today, which is about $40 less than usual. That’s a big frakking deal.
Even if you aren’t usually into anime, it’s worth giving Cowboy Bebop a try for just $22. And if you have seen it, the Blu-ray’s worth it for the extras alone.
If you’ve enjoyed the new Star Trek movies, and want to catch up on the show that inspired them, you can beam up the complete original series Blu-ray box set for $50, the best price we’ve seen since January. This should sell out quickly, so I’d head over to Amazon at warp factor 7 to grab your copy.
Update: Sold out.
I dare say, even a footman could afford to buy the complete Downton Abbey Blu-ray for $53. Cheerio!
While certainly not the best Star Trek has to offer, Star Trek: Enterprise had its charms, and Trek completionists should consider buying the Blu-ray for an all-time low $50.