Back in September 2015, Warner Home Video released Jane the Virgin - The Complete 1st Season
into stores on DVD. Sales numbers weren't blowing anyone away, unfortunately, despite it being a very fun and entertaining show! But CBS Home Entertainment has taken over the home video rights to the series (CBS and Warner co-produce the program for The CW...which C
BS and W
arner co-own!). Now CBS is planning to do the following:
- Release Jane the Virgin - The Complete 2nd Season on DVD as a manufacture on demand title. Amazon's CreateSpace MOD program is accepting pre-orders for a 5-disc set priced at $29.95 SRP.
- Also release Jane the Virgin - The Complete 2nd Season as an MOD for high-def Blu-ray Disc format! Amazon/CreateSpace is taking pre-orders for a 5-disc set costing $34.95 SRP.
- Going back and putting out a Blu-ray MOD release for Jane the Virgin - The Complete 1st Season, too! It's also a 5-disc set with pricing at $34.95 SRP, and it can be pre-ordered as well.
- Finally, for those who might still need DVD versions of Jane the Virgin - The Complete 1st Season, CBS is re-releasing it as an MOD title, too. It, too, appears to be a 5-Disc set priced at $29.95 SRP (that's 40% less than the original SRP of the Warner release, by the way, which was also on 5 discs). There is an Amazon/CreateSpace listing for it, but that entry ALSO seems to be selling an "Amazon Warehouse Deals" copy of the old Warner retail release at the moment. Probably a mistake, and I'd recommend waiting until the big e-tailer fixes that up before placing a pre-order for the new MOD version from CBS.
No release date has been provided for these MOD releases on DVD and Blu-ray; Amazon's entries merely say, "This title has not yet been released. You may pre-order it now and we will deliver it to you when it arrives.
" Cover art for all four items is being shown, however, and we've got that for you below (note that on the spines of the first season sets, the CBS logo is at the top of the spine, and the Warner logo is at the bottom of the spine). Our thanks to longtime reader (and good friend!) Wesley Mead for pointing all of these out to us this morning!