Angel (TV Series) - DVD Releases

DVD Releases

Angel DVDs were produced by 20th Century Fox and released from 2001–2005.

DVD Original release date
The Complete First Season February 11, 2003 December 10, 2001
The Complete Second Season September 2, 2003 April 15, 2002
The Complete Third Season February 10, 2004 March 3, 2003
The Complete Fourth Season September 7, 2004 March 1, 2004
The Complete Fifth Season February 15, 2005 February 21, 2005
Special Collectors Set October 30, 2007 October 30, 2006

In 2009, the DVDs were repackaged into slimmer cases, which resemble regular DVD packaging.

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