The Wonder Years

The curse of The Wonder Years was that the show was such a perfect vision of the late Sixties and early Seventies, meaning the rights to the show’s music made it near-impossible to bring to the home market. It was simply too expensive to license the iconic songs originally used in the show, and producers didn’t want to sacrifice anything just to make a quick buck on DVD. The closest it’s come is the full series being on Netflix, but there many of the songs were changed or replaced. Even the opening theme, “With a Little Help from My Friends” by Joe Cocker, was changed.

Well, that’s over and done. StarVista will finally release the complete series of The Wonder Years on DVD in late 2014 with “virtually every song” from the series intact. Read More »

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Netflix has just landed the end all be all of previously unavailable, home viewing content. Vulture is reporting that all 115 episodes of the classic TV show The Wonder Years have now made it to their streaming service. The show, which ran from 1988-1993, remains a long time favorite for fans but it used so much popular music from the era during which it was set, the Sixties, no one has every been able to untangle the rights to release the series on DVD. Maybe this (and reruns on the Hub) are the first hint that, one day, we might be able to officially hold Kevin Arnold, Winnie Cooper and Paul Pfeiffer in our hands. Click here to start watching.

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, TV Squad created a three minute supercut montage of both contemporary and classic television characters kissing. Hit the jump to watch the video.
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