Jem (TV Series) - Home Video Releases

Home Video Releases

Release name Ep # Company Release Date Notes
Various VHS releases 25(Total) Kid Rhino, Family Home Entertainment, Avid Entertainment 1986-1987 (FHE,Avid) 1999 (Kid Rhino) Various home video releases containing between two and five episodes.
45 Rhino Entertainment(US)
  • March 30, 2004
  • September 14, 2004
Contains all 26 episodes of season one released as "Jem – The Complete 1st & 2nd Seasons" and the first 19 episodes from season 2 released as "Jem: Season 3 – Volume 1". Each DVD release is digitally remastered and contains Dolby Digital 5.1 audio along with the Dolby Digital 2.0.
Jem The Movie 5 Metrodome (UK) June 4, 2007 Contains the first 5 episodes of the series in their TV movie format.
  • Jem et les Hologrammes – Edition VF – 4 DVD – Partie 1
  • Jem et les Hologrammes – Edition VF – 4 DVD – Partie 2
  • Jem et les Hologrammes – Edition VF – 4 DVD – Partie 3
64 Declic images (France)
  • January 15, 2010
  • January 15, 2010
  • April 30, 2010
The episodes are dubbed in French with the exception of the music videos. The set is missing the episode "Fathers' Day".
Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series 65 Shout! Factory (US) October 11, 2011 The complete series on 11 DVDs with bonus material. Bonus material includes the documentary featurettes "Showtime, Synergy! The Truly Outrageous Creation of an '80s Icon", "Glamour & Glitter", and "Jem Girls (and Boys!) Remember", as well as original commercials, animatics, and rare DVD-ROM material.
Jem and the Holograms: Season One 26 Shout! Factory (US) October 11, 2011 All 26 episodes from season one.
Jem And The Holograms: Season Two 26 Shout! Factory (US) February 14, 2012 26 episodes from season two excluding "Britrock".
Jem And The Holograms: Season Three 13 Shout! Factory (US) July 10, 2012 12 episodes from season three and "Britrock".

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