Apple TV+ Series 'Defending Jacob' Now Available on DVD and Blu-ray
The Apple TV+ series "Defending Jacob" is now available for customers to purchase on Blu-ray and DVD instead of being exclusively available through Apple TV+ on Apple's devices and supported TVs and streaming boxes.
Spotted by 9to5Mac, the Paramount-backed series can be purchased on Amazon in either Blu-ray or standard DVD format for $34.99 and $19.99, respectively. The show initially premiered on Apple TV+ in April 2020, and its transition to DVD and Blu-ray marks the first time an Apple TV+ exclusive has been available on physical media.
The product page says the show's first season is split into three separate discs, and according to 9to5Mac, the package includes "previously unseen bonus content and special features."
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I can also watch them without an internet connection, I can find them pretty easily as I am organized, it probably takes the same time scrolling in a huge library (may be few seconds later....but really??) and money, well renting vs buying, let's just say so far I am pretty happy with owning things.
Many people are wasting much more resources changing phone every years and seems like a non issue there, why should be considered wasting owning something and using it for the long run?
If you had kids you'd know they can watch the same movie / cartoon a million times so your argument is shortsighted.
Ultra fast internet ..... well not every 1st world country have fast internet speed everywhere, but as I said, there are time when I do not have access to internet and still want to see some movies.
Also I like to see my movie withou censorship,or as little as possible, with streaming they can cut and remove parts that they find offensive (disney and such are already doing it) they definetly cannot crop movies on my DVD / Bluray.
Also the fact that I like / Use physical media does not mean I do not use streaming services as well, it's not either or.
I simply love choices!