Where are the DVD sets of the 80's?

The great craze in DVD is TV series packaged as full-season sets. I love this…I’ve got MASH, Simpsons, Futurama…but…

When I peruse the DVD catalogs, it seems like they’re doing this with shows from the 70’s…MASH, Mary Tyler Moore, All In The Family, Good Times, Sanford and Son, the Jeffersons, Charlie’s Angels. And with shows from the 90’s and beyond. The only 80’s hit I’ve seen in this format is Cheers. (I suppose it’s technically possible to include Simpsons in the 80’s, but it really wouldn’t be right.)

Is there really no demand for the Cosby Show, Family Ties, Night Court (this was the era that MADE Thursday night NBC’s domain), Family Matters, Growing Pains, ALF…?

I’m still building my multi-boxed set of The Transformers. :slight_smile:

I’ve long said that Hill Street Blues would be a good candidate for DVD. So would St Elsewhere. And while I might avoid them myself, there’s probably an audience for The A-Team and Miami Vice.

They are on tv on a channel called TVLand, so no need to get them on dvd for me.

Star Trek: The Next Generation is available on DVD. It started in 1986.

I would love to get The Greatest American Hero.

Let’s get the Wonder Woman DVD sets out before we start worrying about the 80s…

I get stuff from Columbia House every now and again offering up their one-or-two-ep per tape/DVD sets and I’m reasonably confident there’s a selection of 80s stuff (I seem to recall The A-Team featuring heavily in the last mailing).

WKRP for me.

Or Adam-12. I’m not picky.

I would get this just for the Thanksgiving episode.

“With God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!” :smiley:

The Muppet Show. Okay, I know that started mid-seventies, but… has it ever been released on DVD?

Yes, but not the complete run