Game of Thrones was one of the biggest TV shows of all time worldwide. It was one of the last pieces of monoculture, one of the few shows people tuned into each week instead of just watching whenever they felt like it. The show won 59 Emmy Awards, the most of any drama or comedy in history. It was nominated for Best Drama Series every year it was on the air, winning the award for its past four seasons. Yes, even for the final season, which most fans agree that creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss completely whiffed. (I at least liked "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms" and Daenarys going literal scorched earth on King's Landing.) But for those die-hard fans who want the whole series in the best format available, they can get Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection.
All eight seasons will be presented in 4K UHD and Dolby Atmos sound (for those who have the capability). Fans can pick between the standard version and a limited edition gift set available exclusively at Best Buy. The latter would look particularly snazzy on a shelf, especially next to George R.R. Martin's books (and the new one, whenever that comes out). There won't be any new special features, but each season will have everything included on the original Blu-ray releases. Digital copies are also included. These massive sets don't come cheap, though. They retail for more than $250 each.
Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection will be available to own Tuesday, November 3.