I'm starting this thread partly as a way to celebrate the fact that, after waiting for 16 years, one of my all-time favorite TV shows--7 Days--is finally available on DVD! https://www.visualentertainment.tv/...mplete-collection-7108?variant=13635528589417 So that's finally a major piece off of my DVD bucket list but there are still a handful of shows that have failed to make it to DVD, at least here in the U.S. (Although quite a few of them are available in Region 2.) Jake 2.0. Another turn-of-the-century UPN sci-fi drama. A computer tech gets infected with nanobots that give him enhanced speed & strength, 6-million-dollar-man style. VEI has released a bunch of other UPN shows from that era, like 7 Days, Level 9, The Sentinel, and Special Unit 2. I seem to recall Jake 2.0 being mentioned in one of their earlier announcements with the other shows but haven't heard anything about it since. (Granted, the original announcements didn't say anything about 7 Days, so maybe I've just jumped into a different universe. Not a bad trade, I suppose.) Made in Canada. This is one of the best shows I've ever seen. A scathing show-biz satire about unscrupulous Canadian TV producers. Season 1 was released in the early 2000s but is way out of print and Seasons 2-5 are nowhere to be found. In fact, even finding evidence that Seasons 2-5 ever existed is becoming more & more scarce. Hex. A British boarding school drama about witches, demons, and a lesbian ghost roommate. It's sometimes called the U.K.'s answer to Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Charmed. Season 1 has been released but Season 2 is only available in R2 (although the first 4 episodes of Season 2 were included on the Season 1 DVD). I'm actually shocked that this hasn't gotten a full series release, particularly given that the villain is played by a pre-X-Men Michael Fassbender. Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog. It was like Power Rangers but in the middle ages and with no Japanese footage to draw from. Fun show though and I had a bit of a crush on Princess Deirdre. All of the other Saban shows from this era have been released by Shout! Factory except for this and Masked Rider. The original Muppet Babies. I figure this one is probably held up in rights limbo because of all of the live action footage that it used from movies like Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Back to the Future. The good news is that, eventually, Disney will just buy out every studio and there will be no more rights issues. The bad news is that it's frickin' Disney! They're already really bad at releasing consistent DVDs for the shows that they do fully own the rights to. For that matter, still waiting on complete season sets of Phineas & Ferb, the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon, Agent Carter Season 2, and The Muppet Show Seasons 4 & 5. Blake's 7. I've never seen it but I hear it mentioned all the time in threads about 1970s-'80s era Doctor Who, so it would be nice to get an idea of what it's like. As a huge fan of Red Dwarf, I'd love to see more of the actors' sitcom work, like on Brittas Empire and Maid Marian & Her Merry Men. (Granted, I did catch some of Maid Marian on VHS and wasn't that impressed. Kind of a poor man's Black Adder. But it had potential.) Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000). This show wasn't really on my radar before but it sounds pretty neat. It's a British detective show where one of the detectives is a ghost. I only stumbled on it because I found the theme song in a playlist of Cardigans songs. So, which shows are you still jonesin' for on DVD? It seems like the list is dwindling since some high profile holdouts like Batman (1966), WKRP in Cincinnati, and The Wonder Years have finally surfaced in recent years. But that just makes the remaining unreleased shows that much more infuriating.