30 December 2010 8:00 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

It is about time that Space: 1999 has been released, not only on Blu-ray, but also as one complete season. This release gives you the entire first season packaged together in a seven-disc set, where it had previously been offered on DVD in numerous volumes.  I mean, who has that much shelf space that they can devote a yard and half of storage to Space: 1999 episodes?  Now you can have the entire Season One of Space 1999, occupying but a mere inch of valuable shelf real estate.  My review of the Season One Blu-ray, after the jump. Space: 1999 was produced in the UK by Gerry Anderson, who gave the world the gift of “supermarionation” (marionette puppets with a flashy name) that were used to produce children’s sci-fi themed shows Thunderbirds (1965) and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterions (1967).  Space: 1999 ran for only two seasons: 1975-1977, just in time to »

- Rob Klein

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