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The Complete Expanse Series Is Coming to Blu-Ray

All six seasons will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 14, 2023.
Naomi, Amos, and James of the Rocinante
Naomi, Amos, and James of the Rocinante

I’ve not exactly been shy when it comes to praising The Expanse. Back in 2020, I called it “the best sci-fi show on TV right now,” an assertion that I still stand behind. (And the novels on which it’s based are pretty awesome, too.) Set 200 years in the future, The Expanse chronicles the struggle between various factions of humanity, a struggle that’s exacerbated when a bizarre alien technology is discovered, one that offers humanity vast new opportunities — and exposes it to an unimaginable new threat.

Originally produced by the Syfy network and then by Amazon, The Expanse ran for six acclaimed and beloved seasons. (Nerdy sidenote: Only the first six of the original nine novels were adapted. The last three novels weren’t adapted because they include a time jump of 30 years, which might have presented some production issues.) All six of those seasons are now coming to DVD and Blu-ray on November 14; click here to preorder (and support Opus).

There’s no word yet concerning extras or special features, but the set includes a whopping 15 discs, so maybe there will be some cool behind-the-scenes and “Making of” featurettes. Despite not always having the biggest budget, The Expanse nevertheless featured an impressive amount of world-building, from the authentic-looking spaceships and equipment to humanity’s various settlements — and it’d be cool to see how all of that came about. In the absence of any special features, though, we’ll still be getting six seasons’ worth of superb sci-fi filled with thrills, excitement, and heart.

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