2021 will see Disney release five live-action and one animated series on Disney+ from Marvel Studios, but for many fans, they also want to have access to these shows on physical media such as DVDs and Blu-Rays.

In a recent interview with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, while promoting the new “WandaVision” Disney+ show, he was asked by ComicBook.com if WandaVision and other Marvel Studios titles which are hitting Disney+ will ever be available as physical media.

“Is Mandalorian on Blu-ray?”

Which it isn’t.  He continued

“The truth is, I don’t know. That’s a good question for which I will look for the answer. I don’t know.”

And added:

“You can pay a very low fee per month and have access to something that you can put it on your TV whenever you want!”

Physical media sales have continued to drop year on year, as more fans turn to streaming platforms like Disney+ to consume media.  However, physical media has some advantages of streaming, such as higher picture quality; it isn’t reliant on the internet and cannot be edited or altered after it’s released.

No doubt Disney’s hope is by not making the shows available on physical media will also encourage more people to stay subscribed to Disney+ and provide an incentive for years to come for new subscribers.

Other platforms such as Netflix have released some of their originals on physical media, but it can be years after being released on Netflix.


Would you like to see Disney+ Originals available on physical media?


Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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  1. Peter January 14, 2021

    Yes I would like too see that. That would've been amazing.

  2. Kaz January 17, 2021

    As a collector of physical media, I would love to see Disney release some of the Disney+ shows on Blu-ray and DVD. Although streaming does have its advantages, it also has disadvantages that make physical important. The biggest issue (next to censorship) is the streaming quality is dependent on your internet connection, which means if you don’t have good internet speeds, your streams will either buffer severely or be in lower quality. With physical, you get the best possible quality that even the best streaming can’t match. There are people who can’t use streaming because their internet isn’t sufficient for it, so for those people (along with collectors) physical media is certainly useful, even when the content is already available on streaming.

  3. Tammy N Thomas June 27, 2021

    I would be so stoked if we were able to get all the Disney Marvel series not only on Blu-ray but in the steelbook 4k editions!

  4. Davey July 14, 2021

    Does Feige really need to give disney+ a plug at the end? Yes Kevin, we know we can sign up. In reality, it would be nice if they made these shows for sale, but disney knows that by charging us $15 a month, they will make way more money than charging us a one time fee of like $50. Capitalism at it's ugliest.

  5. Jensen July 16, 2021

    I’m really hoping shows such as Loki, wandavision and falcon and the winter soldier will be released on DVD. I just bought $500 worth of marvel movies, so I don’t want to have to buy Disney plus, just to not use my disks anymore.

  6. Wanda Maximoff July 19, 2021

    I would purchase every MCU tv show on blu-ray/4k discs as I am a huge collector of Marvel anything and have been for over 20 years. Everyone I know still prefers physical media to streaming media due to data caps and quality (physical media offers much better quality). Hopefully Disney and Marvel will do the right thing by their fans (and not their corporate shareholders) and release these shows as physical media for those of us who want them (even if they go back into the vault after 1 year, like their animated movies used to do).