List Of Seinfeld DVD Releases
All seasons of Seinfeld have been released on DVD by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Unlike some other 1990s sitcom DVD releases, they contain quite comprehensive extras, including commentaries, a trivia track and short featurettes on a number of episodes. The seasons have been sorted into 'volumes' for their DVD release, with seasons 1 and 2 forming 'Volume 1' (a total of 18 episodes) and each subsequent season was released in a single volume.
While the box sets listed below are the predominant retail versions, variations have occurred:
- Seasons 1, 2 & 3 were available in a gift set which came with a script, salt and pepper shakers and a napkin dispenser. In Australia, it was only available with season 4.
- Seasons 5 & 6 were available in a combined box set, which also included a miniature replica "puffy shirt".
- In Australia, some retailers provided a bonus Seinfeld soup flask with the Season 7 set, in reference to "The Soup Nazi" episode.
The show is rated PG for Parental Guidance in Australia and PG in New Zealand for coarse language.
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