Before there was Modern Family, That ’70s Show or Freaks and Geeks, there was The Wonder Years — a nostalgia-inducing take on the traditional family sitcom — and one of the most beloved sitcoms of the past thirty years.
Debuting in 1988 following ABC’s broadcast of Super Bowl XXII, the affectionate look at growing up in the late ’60s and early ’70s in suburban America was unlike anything else on television. And, for the next six seasons, America tuned in to follow the exploits of Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage), as he navigated adolescence in the most memorable of ways.
Never before released on DVD in its entirety,THE WONDER YEARS COMPLETE SERIES is presented as a 26-disc collector’s set featuring all 115 episodes housed in a replica metal locker, along with a host of extras including 23 hours of specially-produced bonus programming — featurettes, an incredible cast reunion 16 years in the making and never-before-seen outtakes, including all six takes of Kevin and Winnie’s first kiss from the pilot episode.
One of the most beloved shows of the 80s/90s, The Wonder Years FINALLY makes its way to DVD, and this isn’t just some thrown-together release.
This limited edition set of the entire series — available only through StarVista online — includes 26 discs that comprise the entire series in its entirety.
One of the best things about this release is that the distributor went through and secured the rights to ALL of the music in the set, so the show’s indelible soundtrack is intact.
And with that, the entire show holds up extremely well. The cast is terrific, the characters are endearing, and the show is sweet and fun, just like it always was.
And even better, this set is LOADED with extra features. Not only does it come in an awesome metal locker case, but there are hours upon hour of newly crafted extra features. This really is a treasure trove for fans of the show.
What better time is there to welcome Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper back into your home?
26 DVDs nostalgically packaged in a collectible metal locker
Two notebooks, each featuring detailed episode information and production photos, as well as a replica yearbook embellished with signatures from cast members, behind-the-scenes photos and classic show memorabilia, and liner notes penned by Fred Savage, series creators Neal Marlens and Carol Black, and executive producer Bob Brush
More than 23 hours of exclusive, specially-created extras, including twelve brand-new featurettes: “With A Little Help From My Friends: The Early Days of The Wonder Years”, “The Times They Are A-Changin’: The Era”, “My Generation: The Kids Grow Up”, “When A Man Loves A Woman: Kevin & Winnie Forever”, “Bookends: Kevin & Paul”, “A Family Affair: At Home With The Arnolds”, “”I Love You For Sentimental Reasons: Fan-Favorite Episodes”, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow: The Wonder Years’ Love Stories”, “ABC: Teachers That Made A Difference”, “Both Sides Now: The Music That Made The Moments”, “From the Vault: Alley Mills and Bob Brush Letters”, “That’s a Wrap! Mark B. Perry’s Farewell Set Tour Season 5” and “I Love You for Sentimental Reasons: Fan Favorite Episodes”
Never-before-seen outtakes, including alternate versions of Kevin and Winnie’s first kiss from the pilot episode
Extensive individual interviews with all seven key cast members (Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Josh Saviano, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Olivia d’Abo and Jason Hervey), as well as with notable actors featured as guest stars or in recurring roles, such as David Schwimmer, Ben Stein, Bob Picardo and Seth Green
In-depth interviews with narrator Daniel Stern, Neal Marlens, Carol Black, Bob Brush and other production personnel
The 2014 Los Angeles cast reunion, featuring all key cast together for the first time in 16 years
The one-hour finale as it was originally aired on ABC on May 12, 1993, including a deleted scene not included in the half-hour broadcasts of the final two episodes (both the one-hour finale and half-hour versions of the final two episodes will be included in the extras).