TV Feature: When 2012 Emmy Nominees Will Be on Blu-ray, DVD

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CHICAGO – You’ve surely heard the 2012 Emmy nominations by now (and probably read our choices for the biggest snubs) and maybe you’re wondering how to rent or own the chosen favorites of the Academy. Let us guide the way. Check out this list of all the 2012 Emmy nominees and their release dates on Blu-ray and/or DVD, when available. Organized alphabetically and then by release date if you just want to own them all in order.

The 2012 Emmy nominees (note that these are the release dates for the Emmy-nominated seasons, ignoring previous years that may be currently available, and not all titles will be available on Blu-ray…stay tuned for reviews of most of the titles that have not already been released):

American Horror Story
American Horror Story
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*-Available streaming on Netflix

“30 Rock” — 9/11
“American Horror Story” — 9/25
“Boardwalk Empire” — 8/28
“Breaking Bad” — available now*
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” — available now
“Damages” — available now
“Desperate Housewives” — 9/25
“Dexter” — 8/14
“Downtown Abbey” — available now*
“Game Change” — TBA
“Game of Thrones” — TBA
“Girls” — TBA
“Harry’s Law” — TBA
“Hatfields & McCoys” — 7/31
“Hemingway and Gellhorn” — TBA
“Homeland” — 8/28
“House of Lies” — TBA
“Louie” — available now*
“Luther” — available now*
“Mad Men” — 10/16
“Mike & Molly” — 8/21
“Missing” — available now
“Modern Family” — 9/18
“New Girl” — 10/2
“Nurse Jackie” — TBA
“Page Eight” — available now
“Parks and Recreation” — 9/4
“Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia” — available now*
“The Big Bang Theory” — 9/11
“The Good Wife” — 9/4
“The Song of Lunch” — available now
“Two and a Half Men” — 8/28
“Veep” — TBA

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*-available streaming on Netflix

Available Now
“Breaking Bad”*
“Curb Your Enthusiasm”
“Downtown Abbey”*
“Page Eight”
“Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia”*
“The Song of Lunch”

“Hatfields & McCoys”


“Mike & Molly”

“Boardwalk Empire”
“Two and a Half Men”

“The Good Wife”
“Parks and Recreation”

“30 Rock”
“The Big Bang Theory”

“Modern Family”

“American Horror Story”
“Desperate Housewives”

“New Girl”

“Mad Men”

“Game Change”
“Game of Thrones”
“Harry’s Law”
“Hemingway and Gellhorn”
“House of Lies”
“Nurse Jackie”
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