We finally have street dates for the international release of Star Trek: Lower Decks season one on DVD and Blu-ray. There is also a new Discovery box set coming this fall.
Lower Decks release goes international
The official Star Trek site quietly updated their Lower Decks on Blu-ray page this morning with release dates for different countries. Note that the mix of product versions is slightly different depending on the country.
The season one release is available in standard DVD, Blu-ray, or special Steelbook Blu-ray packaging.
- Spain – November 15th (BD, BD Steelbook)
- France – November 17th (DVD, BD, Steelbook)
- Germany – November 18th (DVD, BD, BD Steelbook)
- Benelux – November 19th (DVD, BD)
- Italy – November 19th (DVD, BD Steelbook)
- Australia – November 24th (DVD, BD)
- Japan – November 26th (DVD, BD)
- UK – November 29th (DVD, BD, BD Steelbook)
The home video release includes deleted scenes, interviews, and more!
Check out our review of the Blu-ray set from May to see all the bonus features of the set.
Discovery Seasons 1-3 Boxed Set
Back in North America, CBS Home Entertainment is releasing a boxed set of the three Star Trek: Discovery seasons on Blu-ray on November 2. This 12-disc collection, is a repack of the standalone Blu-ray season sets, but combines the discs in a new slimmer package.
You can check out TrekMovie’s reviews of the season sets to see what you’re getting: Season 3, Season 2, and Season 1.
The new set has a lower MSRP, so the final street price should end up costing less than buying the seasons individually. You can pre-order the box set now at Amazon, however, the price is currently set to $134. The final price will probably end up closer to $80 when the set is released, and Amazon does offer a low price guarantee for pre-orders.
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Still no word on a home release for Discovery season 3 in the UK though :( why does it take so long?