Yesterday, Warner Archive tweeted a short video of a stack of DVDs that are being released next month. Several may be of interest to fans of short-lived TV shows. Here’s the tweet in question:
— Warner Archive (@WarnerArchive) May 20, 2016
As you can see, Warner Archive will be releasing the first season of The Eleventh Hour (1962-1964) as well as McClain’s Law (1981-1982). Also coming out in June will be The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1968-1969). All three shows originally aired on NBC.
Note that the first season of The Eleventh Hour has been split into two half-season sets. Hopefully Warner Archive is already working on preparing the second season for DVD as well.
Both the first season of The Eleventh Hour and McClain’s Law have been available through the Warner Archive Instant streaming service. The Eleventh Hour is currently available for streaming right now; McClain’s Law was removed in April. I don’t believe The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has ever been available for streaming through Warner Archive Instant.
The tweet clearly states that the entire stack of DVDs will be “coming next month” but right now none of three TV titles are showing up on the Warner Archive website or at Amazon.
June 1st, 2016 Update: Listings for all three releases are now available at the Warner Archive website: the first season of The Eleventh Hour will be available on June 7th; McClain’s Law on June 21st; and The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn on June 28th.