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  • I know it's been a while since the show ended but I think it's weird there has not been a release of it on DVD or Blu-ray not that I've seen anyway. Does anybody know why it has not came out on DVD yet?

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    • I guess never! I wanted it to come out so I could watch it on Netflix. Season Three is out and they both aired at the same time, so I guess never! (sobs in a corner)

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    • I know! I just started rewatching the series on this website I use, but I don't recommend it it be used on a computer, just a tablet or something that can't really get viruses, just in case.

      It's also in SD, and sometimes has trouble loading, but it's the only free thing I could find. Oh, and a lot of adds.

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    • Eskaver wrote: I guess never! I wanted it to come out so I could watch it on Netflix. Season Three is out and they both aired at the same time, so I guess never! (sobs in a corner)

      I know it's a shame. I know it wasen't the best show on tv but I liked it ok. I have seen shows that only lasted a couple of episodes and I seen where they brought it out on DVD. I remember the show Red Widow was one of them. It was only a couple of episodes. I doubt you would find it now but I remember seeing that a while back.

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    • Budloopy4 wrote: I know! I just started rewatching the series on this website I use, but I don't recommend it it be used on a computer, just a tablet or something that can't really get viruses, just in case.

      http://www.couchtuner.eu/watch-once-upon-a-time-in-wonderland-online/

      It's also in SD, and sometimes has trouble loading, but it's the only free thing I could find. Oh, and a lot of adds.

      Thanks for the tip. If I decide to watch it again I can always watch it on XBOX Live. I'm sure I would have to pay for it on XBOX so I think I'll wait. LOL!

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    • It is annoying they decided not to release it on DVD/Blu-ray. I'm guessing it's a money related reason (aka they don't think it is worth the investment to make physical dvds). I wound up buying the season on Amazon Instant Video (it's HD and can stream to any device that can get Amazon Instant Video, which is most devices), but I still would prefer a physical copy that didn't rely on an internet connection. You can also buy it on iTunes, if someone prefers that.

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    • Maybe if there was as biggest demand for the DVD and let Adam Horowitz know on Twitter that the fans want a physical copy of the amazing spin-off, we could get it. You would think with the addition of Will to OUaT (and probably Ana), people would want to watch OUaTiW more so they can understand things easier (especially Robin and Will's conversation in 4x07), and therefore there would be a bigger demand. Maybe if a petition was signed or something to that affect...

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    • WorldHopper22 wrote: Maybe if there was as biggest demand for the DVD and let Adam Horowitz know on Twitter that the fans want a physical copy of the amazing spin-off, we could get it. You would think with the addition of Will to OUaT (and probably Ana), people would want to watch OUaTiW more so they can understand things easier (especially Robin and Will's conversation in 4x07), and therefore there would be a bigger demand. Maybe if a petition was signed or something to that affect...

      It's not Adams' decision to release the show on DVD. ABC produces the DVD.

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    • Then let's send the petition to ABC. And if that doesn't work, we'll send a bandersnatch after them!

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote: It is annoying they decided not to release it on DVD/Blu-ray. I'm guessing it's a money related reason (aka they don't think it is worth the investment to make physical dvds). I wound up buying the season on Amazon Instant Video (it's HD and can stream to any device that can get Amazon Instant Video, which is most devices), but I still would prefer a physical copy that didn't rely on an internet connection. You can also buy it on iTunes, if someone prefers that.

      It's probably what I'll have to end up doing is getting it on Amazon or rewatch it on XBOX Live.

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    • WorldHopper22 wrote: Then let's send the petition to ABC. And if that doesn't work, we'll send a bandersnatch after them!

      Better yet let's send Jafar after them. LOL!

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    • I'm waiting for it to be streaming on Netflix.

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    • Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I'm waiting for it to be streaming on Netflix.

      The problem is Netflix useally adds tv show seasons after the DVD comes out. No DVD means no Netflix, at least for the time being.

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    • I just bought it on iTunes.

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    • WorldHopper22 wrote:
      I just bought it on iTunes.

      Have fun watching/rewatching!

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    • Oh I rewatch it all the time. I just watched Heart of the Matter and I ended up crying when Ana was killed. Have you ever heard the music played during the credits of OUaTiW? It's more fun sounding than the credit music for OUaT.

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    • WorldHopper22 wrote: Oh I rewatch it all the time. I just watched Heart of the Matter and I ended up crying when Ana was killed. Have you ever heard the music played during the credits of OUaTiW? It's more fun sounding than the credit music for OUaT.

      Yeah believe it or not I actually bought the season on XBOX Live. I know what you mean by the ending credits. It's more upbeat and exciting sounding. I love The Red Queen and Jafar. Jafar because he is so evil and The Red Queen cause she is so funny. Those two characters are the only ones I like watching when they appear in an episode.

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    • Dark Fantasy1990 wrote:
      I'm waiting for it to be streaming on Netflix. 

      I don't like watching shows on the internet. I perfer to watch it on TV or DVD.


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    • Well, I bought it on iTunes... :'( I'm 99.999% sure it won't be released on DVD anytime soon. Has anyone asked Adam on Twitter yet for confirmation?

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    • Bafa wrote:

      WorldHopper22 wrote: Maybe if there was as biggest demand for the DVD and let Adam Horowitz know on Twitter that the fans want a physical copy of the amazing spin-off, we could get it. You would think with the addition of Will to OUaT (and probably Ana), people would want to watch OUaTiW more so they can understand things easier (especially Robin and Will's conversation in 4x07), and therefore there would be a bigger demand. Maybe if a petition was signed or something to that affect...

      It's not Adams' decision to release the show on DVD. ABC produces the DVD.

      You could tweet to the ones over ABC and let them know you want it on DVD.

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    • Ruby ridinghood wrote:
      Bafa wrote:

      WorldHopper22 wrote: Maybe if there was as biggest demand for the DVD and let Adam Horowitz know on Twitter that the fans want a physical copy of the amazing spin-off, we could get it. You would think with the addition of Will to OUaT (and probably Ana), people would want to watch OUaTiW more so they can understand things easier (especially Robin and Will's conversation in 4x07), and therefore there would be a bigger demand. Maybe if a petition was signed or something to that affect...

      It's not Adams' decision to release the show on DVD. ABC produces the DVD.
      You could tweet to the ones over ABC and let them know you want it on DVD.

      Well, the show aired well over a year ago, do you really think we'd get a DVD now? There isn't a clamoring demand for it and also, it's been too long of a time.

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    • My bet on wonderland appearing on DVD would be as a bonus disc in a boxed set of Once Upon a Time, whenver the final season finishes.

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    • Hmcooper4 wrote:
      My bet on wonderland appearing on DVD would be as a bonus disc in a boxed set of Once Upon a Time, whenver the final season finishes.

      Meh, probably.

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    • Not every TV Show gets a DVD lately. Usually its the most successful ones. And OUAT in Wonderland was cancelled so...

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    • Nakis91 wrote:
      Not every TV Show gets a DVD lately. Usually its the most successful ones. And OUAT in Wonderland was cancelled so...

      So sad, but true...

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    • I get why not releasing DVD for shows that aren't very popular since they are not likely to be sold successfully, however I do think that there is a positive correlation between the sales of the original series and what would've been the sales of this series and abc studios have missed an opportunity here. I want to think it will be a part of a complete series box set of OUAT, but it was never done before so it isn't very likely.

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    • Well, if Will had been given a bigger part in season four as had been originally planned (I won't start up that conversation again LOL) then OUATIW would've been mandatory viewing for any fans who like to be in the know. But Will (despite being a "main character" for season 4's entirety) was subjected to cameo appearance after cameo appearance. You can tell when they introduced him in Rocky Road and The Apprentice that he was supposed to have a much bigger role, but nope. He was Belle's rebound, and even then we never got to see their relationship, because once again Human Doormat went back to Inhuman Slime and told him she loved him. Again.

      Either way, I'm getting off-track. The point is, OUATIW is unnecessary, because the only character whose backstory you'd need that to get that set to understand would be Will's, and he was irrelevant to the main show. In fact, his role in "Heart Of Gold" was probably the only one they gave him that his character actually needed, there needing to be an explanation for how he and Robin Hood met.

      Otherwise, I don't see any major demand for the DVD, not from fans, not from the cast, not from anyone, which is sad. That show kicked butt.

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    • Once Upon a Time in Wonderland is far from 'unnecessary'; it's not 'required viewing' in order to understand what's going on with Once Upon a Time itself and would never have been such since the two series were designed to work independently of one another, but it does very much inform upon and fit within the larger mythological tapestry of the franchise.

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    • The issue is that "starring actor"=/="major character".

      That said, I still have hope for Will. They could still explore him, and his relationship with Robin Hood.

      That said, there are ways to watch Wonderland. ;)

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    • DigificWriter wrote:
      Once Upon a Time in Wonderland is far from 'unnecessary'; it's not 'required viewing' in order to understand what's going on with Once Upon a Time itself and would never have been such since the two series were designed to work independently of one another, but it does very much inform upon and fit within the larger mythological tapestry of the franchise.

      It is unnecessary. I love the show, but when the only characters the two shows have in common are a handful (Will, Cora, Robin, Jefferson and Maleficent), it's not necessary to watch Wonderland to understand anything on Once.

      Unless they actually pay attention to fans and make Scarlet Queen's (Will + Ana) separation Zelena's doing because of what they both did to her (Ana was pretty much adopted by Cora, Will was in possesion of her stolen Elixir of the Wounded Heart), then there's going to be no reason to pay attention to the spin-off going forward, because we'll most likely get an underwhelming departure from Will along the lines of "everyone goes back to Camelot and Will asks Regina to send him back to Wonderland, which she does with her looking glass or something, after a brief mention that he served her or something pre-Curse".

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    • Once Upon a Time in Wonderland enriches the mythology of the OUaT universe and shows some of Wonderland's history that otherwise would have gone unexplored. It also fleshes out the history and mythology of genies and Agrabah.

      You can claim that the series is unnecessary all you want, but just saying that doesnt make it so.

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    • DigificWriter wrote:
      Once Upon a Time in Wonderland enriches the mythology of the OUaT universe and shows some of Wonderland's history that otherwise would have gone unexplored. It also fleshes out the history and mythology of genies and Agrabah.

      You can claim that the series is unnecessary all you want, but just saying that doesnt make it so.

      And you can claim it's necessary all you want, but that also doesn't make it so.

      It provides nothing to the mythology of the mother show. In fact, contradicts it, especially where Anastasia's reign as the Red Queen is concerned.

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    • it looks like Once Upon a Time in wonderland will never come out on dvd. how sad. I don't think ABC release cancelled shows on dvd.

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:
      it looks like Once Upon a Time in wonderland will never come out on dvd. how sad. I don't think ABC release cancelled shows on dvd.

      They've released Body of Proof, which was canceled.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      Teddybearlover wrote:
      it looks like Once Upon a Time in wonderland will never come out on dvd. how sad. I don't think ABC release cancelled shows on dvd.

      They've released Body of Proof, which was canceled.

      and the show Missing, wich was canceled too.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      DigificWriter wrote:
      Once Upon a Time in Wonderland enriches the mythology of the OUaT universe and shows some of Wonderland's history that otherwise would have gone unexplored. It also fleshes out the history and mythology of genies and Agrabah.

      You can claim that the series is unnecessary all you want, but just saying that doesnt make it so.

      And you can claim it's necessary all you want, but that also doesn't make it so.

      It provides nothing to the mythology of the mother show. In fact, contradicts it, especially where Anastasia's reign as the Red Queen is concerned.

      While Wonderland is the most developed world and mythos, the series doesn't affect the main series at all. Imagine if Wonderland didn't air? See no real changes to the main series. It help create a complete mythology, but it still wasn't necessary.

      With the whole Red Queen thing, there could just have been more than one Red Queen.

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    • I think it all hinges on how you define necessary, and the context.

      Necessary is something that is either needed and essential (such as food and oxygen) or inevitible (death, for example). 

      In terms of the main show, Wonderland provides nothing that is needed or inevitible.  The show stands on it's own merit. Therefore it is not necessary to the main show.

      In terms of the OUaT Mythos, it does provide some added depth (which is needed to make the entire mythos more understandable).

      I enjoy wonderland, don't get me wrong. I just also think it has it's place, and from a strictly main show viewpoint, it is not an essential piece.

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    • Hmcooper4 wrote:
      I think it all hinges on how you define necessary, and the context.

      Necessary is something that is either needed and essential (such as food and oxygen) or inevitible (death, for example). 

      In terms of the main show, Wonderland provides nothing that is needed or inevitible.  The show stands on it's own merit. Therefore it is not necessary to the main show.

      In terms of the OUaT Mythos, it does provide some added depth (which is needed to make the entire mythos more understandable).

      I enjoy wonderland, don't get me wrong. I just also think it has it's place, and from a strictly main show viewpoint, it is not an essential piece.

      Precisely my point. I loved the show, but it provided nothing to the main show, so it's not necessary. It would've been necessary if they'd intergrated Will Scarlet much more tactfully, maybe had Maleficent seeing Robin Hood when Lily was brought to Storybrooke and referencing his adventure in her castle, or confronting Will about stealing from her.

      Or heck, even had Alice see Jefferson walking down a Storybrooke street with Paige in Heart Of The Matter.

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    • Farerb wrote:
      I get why not releasing DVD for shows that aren't very popular since they are not likely to be sold successfully, however I do think that there is a positive correlation between the sales of the original series and what would've been the sales of this series and abc studios have missed an opportunity here. I want to think it will be a part of a complete series box set of OUAT, but it was never done before so it isn't very likely.

      What hasn't been done before, a complete box set? Yes, it has. Lost (Once's sister show) had a box set after the series ended with all six seasons and a bunch of bonus content. I'm hoping Once gets the same treatment.

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    • I was talking about having Wonderland as a part of the complete series box set.

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    • Farerb wrote:
      I was talking about having Wonderland as a part of the complete series box set.

      Oh, got it. I think if they are going to take the time to do a complete box set, they would at least consider giving us the Wonderland episodes in it. It would be a good insentive for someone like me (who already buys the seasons as they come out) to also buy the box set. Plus, I have a feeling those Wonderland episodes may become more useful as the show goes on. I strongly think Ana and Jafar will be on the main show at some point, and it would be nice for everyone to get more of their background with the Wonderland episodes (along with Will).

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    • I would just like it to come out as a stand-alone: I already have seasons 1-4 of OUAT.  What is ABC up to to not release it?

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    • Has anyone even bothered to ask Adam on Twitter if they'll release one? At least I've tried to Tweet him, even though he hasn't answered.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      Has anyone even bothered to ask Adam on Twitter if they'll release one? At least I've tried to Tweet him, even though he hasn't answered.

      I'm sure Adam and Eddy would love for it to be released on DVD/Bluray, but they don't get to make those types of decisions. And ABC probably doesn't want to pay for the cost of producing a DVD/Bluray that they don't think will sell very well. Plus, it's not like people have no way to access it. Thanks to things like iTunes and Amazon Instant Video you can buy digital versions of almost every modern tv show.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      Has anyone even bothered to ask Adam on Twitter if they'll release one? At least I've tried to Tweet him, even though he hasn't answered.
      I'm sure Adam and Eddy would love for it to be released on DVD/Bluray, but they don't get to make those types of decisions. And ABC probably doesn't want to pay for the cost of producing a DVD/Bluray that they don't think will sell very well. Plus, it's not like people have no way to access it. Thanks to things like iTunes and Amazon Instant Video you can buy digital versions of almost every modern tv show.

      That's not what I said, though. Out of anyone, Adam will know if there will ever be a DVD, and why not if there isn't.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      Has anyone even bothered to ask Adam on Twitter if they'll release one? At least I've tried to Tweet him, even though he hasn't answered.
      I'm sure Adam and Eddy would love for it to be released on DVD/Bluray, but they don't get to make those types of decisions. And ABC probably doesn't want to pay for the cost of producing a DVD/Bluray that they don't think will sell very well. Plus, it's not like people have no way to access it. Thanks to things like iTunes and Amazon Instant Video you can buy digital versions of almost every modern tv show.
      That's not what I said, though. Out of anyone, Adam will know if there will ever be a DVD, and why not if there isn't.

      That's a redundant question. The DVD not coming out was a bussiness decision made by abc studios. They simply saw it as a bad investment and they didn't want to lose money. That's what Addam will answer if he even bothers with answering that question.

      And there isn't a matter of 'if' in the case of the DVD being released. The series ended a year and a half ago. If there had been a DVD, it would have been released already. We just have to accept that there won't be any DVD and move on...

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    • Farerb wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      Has anyone even bothered to ask Adam on Twitter if they'll release one? At least I've tried to Tweet him, even though he hasn't answered.
      I'm sure Adam and Eddy would love for it to be released on DVD/Bluray, but they don't get to make those types of decisions. And ABC probably doesn't want to pay for the cost of producing a DVD/Bluray that they don't think will sell very well. Plus, it's not like people have no way to access it. Thanks to things like iTunes and Amazon Instant Video you can buy digital versions of almost every modern tv show.
      That's not what I said, though. Out of anyone, Adam will know if there will ever be a DVD, and why not if there isn't.
      That's a redundant question. The DVD not coming out was a bussiness decision made by abc studios. They simply saw it as a bad investment and they didn't want to lose money. That's what Addam will answer if he even bothers with answering that question.

      And there isn't a matter of 'if' in the case of the DVD being released. The series ended a year and a half ago. If there had been a DVD, it would have been released already. We just have to accept that there won't be any DVD and move on...

      Considering people are still wondering if there'll be a DVD at some point, no it's not a redundant question. And if Adam can squash those rumors by confirming the obvious, then good.

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    • JaneSprat wrote: I would just like it to come out as a stand-alone: I already have seasons 1-4 of OUAT.  What is ABC up to to not release it?

      It costs money to make DVDs/Blu-rays. If the company doesn't think it'll sell well (and they might not) they won't bother with it.

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    • Utter solitude wrote:

      JaneSprat wrote: I would just like it to come out as a stand-alone: I already have seasons 1-4 of OUAT.  What is ABC up to to not release it?

      It costs money to make DVDs/Blu-rays. If the company doesn't think it'll sell well (and they might not) they won't bother with it.

      It's also for this reason it could come as part of a box set, if they are spending the time and money to do a collecter's box set (when the series is over), they may decide to throw in the 13 Wonderland episodes because at that point it would be cost effective. One other thought, if we get another 13 episode spinoff of Once, they may consider putting the two shows together in a DVD/Bluray release. It would be more cost effective, and the chance that someone likes one of the spinoffs enought to buy it would be better than just Wonderland by itself.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Utter solitude wrote:

      JaneSprat wrote: I would just like it to come out as a stand-alone: I already have seasons 1-4 of OUAT.  What is ABC up to to not release it?

      It costs money to make DVDs/Blu-rays. If the company doesn't think it'll sell well (and they might not) they won't bother with it.
      It's also for this reason it could come as part of a box set, if they are spending the time and money to do a collecter's box set (when the series is over), they may decide to throw in the 13 Wonderland episodes because at that point it would be cost effective. One other thought, if we get another 13 episode spinoff of Once, they may consider putting the two shows together in a DVD/Bluray release. It would be more cost effective, and the chance that someone likes one of the spinoffs enought to buy it would be better than just Wonderland by itself.

      Pretty sure the original plan was always to make more 13-episode spin-offs, but then ABC screwed Wonderland over, and then we got that Galavant crap which was renewed... so I think that plan is done unless they do Once spin-offs in the summer. Which would be awesome... So they'll never think of it.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Utter solitude wrote:

      JaneSprat wrote: I would just like it to come out as a stand-alone: I already have seasons 1-4 of OUAT.  What is ABC up to to not release it?

      It costs money to make DVDs/Blu-rays. If the company doesn't think it'll sell well (and they might not) they won't bother with it.
      It's also for this reason it could come as part of a box set, if they are spending the time and money to do a collecter's box set (when the series is over), they may decide to throw in the 13 Wonderland episodes because at that point it would be cost effective. One other thought, if we get another 13 episode spinoff of Once, they may consider putting the two shows together in a DVD/Bluray release. It would be more cost effective, and the chance that someone likes one of the spinoffs enought to buy it would be better than just Wonderland by itself.
      Pretty sure the original plan was always to make more 13-episode spin-offs, but then ABC screwed Wonderland over, and then we got that Galavant crap which was renewed... so I think that plan is done unless they do Once spin-offs in the summer. Which would be awesome... So they'll never think of it.

      We can't lose hope, they may eventually do another spinoff when Adam and Eddy have a good enough idea for one. And the ABC executives (along with the timeslot) basically took the blame for Wonderland failing ratings wise, so they'd be open to try another one.

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    • +CoolDudeAl:last I read they were considering doing a frozen spin off series for once upon a time:http://m.eonline.com/news/559984/once-upon-a-time-could-get-a-frozen-spinoff. But eventually I think they will have once upon a time in wonderland out on DVD it could just be taking them awhile because they are planning another spin off series that could last longer then once upon a time in wonderland did and maybe even longer then once upon a time does. I think in a way once upon a Time will kind of have 2 spin off series. I just do not think it has occured to them to make one because with dvds it is usually all about demand and how much fans want tv shows out on DVD. Plus once upon a time in wonderland only has 13 epsoides it would not be that hard to release it on DVD.

      In a way I think a once upon a time in wonderland will eventually pop up. We just have to give it time since it did only last from 2013-2014. We are only in 2015 once upon a time in wonderland only ended last year.my guess is another spin off will Air on tv when once upon a time finishes airing on tv. Plus I remembered reading something about the time slot for once upon a time in wonderland running into greys anatomy's time slot when once upon a time was on their winter hiatus.

      They would of given wonderland a better chance had they put the gap instead of having galavant in the gap when once upon a time was on winter break but instead .

      But I think a once upon a time in wonderland DVD will come out probably around the time they start the new spin off series for once upon a time. It probably took abc a while to put once upon a time out on DVD Iam pretty sure they did not do that right away. Maybe abc is just thinking no one wants once upon a time in wonderland out on DVD but I would not lose complete hope for once upon a time in wonderland coming out on DVD it has only been a year since once upon a time in wonderland ended and think about how many DVDs&tv shows that abc has to do(especially dvds). They have more then just once upon a time airing on their channel and out on DVD.

      They will probably eventually get around to putting once upon a time in wonderland out on DVD they only have one season to do with 13 epsoides for OUATIW.

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    • There are plenty of ABC shows on DVD that are anywhere from 8 episodes (Agent Carter Season 1) to 13 episodes (Body Of Proof Season 1) to full-on 22 episodes (Once Upon A Time).

      Once: Wonderland having 13 episodes means nothing towards it having or not having a DVD release. If they were going to give it a DVD release, they would've done so years ago.

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    • +Edward Zachary Sunrose:I think that is because they put galavant in the once upon a time empty time slot when once upon a time was on break and once upon a time in wonderland was put in the grey's anatomy time slot. And Iam guessing grey's anatomy was still airing around that time too.

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    • The time slot has nothing to do with a DVD release.

      But yes, Galavant took Wonderland's original timeslot and that is why it flopped so majorly.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      The time slot has nothing to do with a DVD release.

      But yes, Galavant took Wonderland's original timeslot and that is why it flopped so majorly.

      Galavant took Once's timeslot you mean, and it did okay there, because Galavant got renewed.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      The time slot has nothing to do with a DVD release.

      But yes, Galavant took Wonderland's original timeslot and that is why it flopped so majorly.

      Galavant took Once's timeslot you mean, and it did okay there, because Galavant got renewed.

      No, it took Wonderland's timeslot. Wonderland was supposed to be aired in the winter break before Galavant was given the spot.

      And don't remind me of that drivel's renewal while Wonderland hit the cutting room floor.

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    • I think it's time a petition was send to ABC/Disney to release "OUAT WONDERLAND" on DVD.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      The time slot has nothing to do with a DVD release.

      But yes, Galavant took Wonderland's original timeslot and that is why it flopped so majorly.

      Galavant took Once's timeslot you mean, and it did okay there, because Galavant got renewed.
      No, it took Wonderland's timeslot. Wonderland was supposed to be aired in the winter break before Galavant was given the spot.

      And don't remind me of that drivel's renewal while Wonderland hit the cutting room floor.

      Oh, I see what you are saying. It still didn't take Wonderland's spot though. Wonderland would have aired in the hiatus of Once's Season 3, but instead aired cocurrent with Season 3. Galavant's first season aired in the hiatus of Once's Season 4. Galavant's second season should air in the hiatus of Once's Season 5. And I get your probably not a comedy person or a musical person or both, but Galavant is actually pretty decent for a comedy musical tv show. I still do hope they give another Once spin off a chance though. Either during the winter hiatus or the summer hiatus. Of course Adam and Eddy have to come up with a good enough idea first.

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    • CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      CoolDudeAl wrote:
      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
      The time slot has nothing to do with a DVD release.

      But yes, Galavant took Wonderland's original timeslot and that is why it flopped so majorly.

      Galavant took Once's timeslot you mean, and it did okay there, because Galavant got renewed.
      No, it took Wonderland's timeslot. Wonderland was supposed to be aired in the winter break before Galavant was given the spot.

      And don't remind me of that drivel's renewal while Wonderland hit the cutting room floor.

      Oh, I see what you are saying. It still didn't take Wonderland's spot though. Wonderland would have aired in the hiatus of Once's Season 3, but instead aired cocurrent with Season 3. Galavant's first season aired in the hiatus of Once's Season 4. Galavant's second season should air in the hiatus of Once's Season 5. And I get your probably not a comedy person or a musical person or both, but Galavant is actually pretty decent for a comedy musical tv show. I still do hope they give another Once spin off a chance though. Either during the winter hiatus or the summer hiatus. Of course Adam and Eddy have to come up with a good enough idea first.

      See, summer would be great. It'd relieve my Once fix.

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    • CTrent29 wrote: I think it's time a petition was send to ABC/Disney to release "OUAT WONDERLAND" on DVD.

      that is a good idea. but I don't think that will do anything.

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:

      CTrent29 wrote: I think it's time a petition was send to ABC/Disney to release "OUAT WONDERLAND" on DVD.

      that is a good idea. but I don't think that will do anything.

      It's better than nothing. I'd buy it. Especially if it has special features like bloopers and deleted scenes and interviews.

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    • I wish they did release OUAT in Wonderland on DVD. but I know that won't happened.

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    • No duh. We already knew this. He was asked "is it on dvd" not "will it ever be on dvd".

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    • In Denmark, it is only on a Danish streaming service and in the TV they only showed nine episodes because it was cancelled.

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    • You can watch it safely on abcgo.com but I'm SO DEPRESSED, I LOVE WILL, and I know SOME DAY we won't be able to even watch it! You can't even find merch! The only thing I've found is posters and very expensive costumes!

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    • The Real Dark Angel wrote:
      You can watch it safely on abcgo.com but I'm SO DEPRESSED, I LOVE WILL, and I know SOME DAY we won't be able to even watch it! You can't even find merch! The only thing I've found is posters and very expensive costumes!

      As long as you buy a digital copy of the season on something like Amazon Instant Video, you'll be able to watch it forever.

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