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In addition to all the gift ideas for TV fans in the regular Shop Holiday section, there are even more gift ideas below:
Even as the DVD market continues to shrink in the streaming era, DVD box sets continue to proliferate, including:
“Sesame Street: 50 Years and Counting!” ($16.97, DVD).
“Scooby-Doo, Where are You! The Complete Series Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Mystery Mansion” ($89.99, Blu-ray).
“Country Music: A Film by Ken Burns” ($99 DVD, $129.99 Blu-ray).
“Poldark: The Complete Series” ($199.99, Amazon.com, DVD).
“Peanuts Holiday Collection 70th Anniversary Limited Edition” ($99.99, Amazon.com, Blu-ray).
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Fans of the animated series may enjoy "The Science of 'Rick and Morty': An Unofficial Guide to Earth's Stupidest Show" by Matt Brady. ($17, Barnes & Noble).
HGTV's "A Very Brady Renovation" renewed interest in "The Brady Bunch" so it's unsurprising to find another book on the subject, “The Way We all Became the Brady Bunch: How the Canceled Sitcom Became the Beloved Pop Culture Icon We Are Still Talking About Today" by Kimberly Potts ($28, Barnes & Noble, in stores Dec. 3).
More kids stuff!
Fred Rogers Productions’ “Odd Squad” offers a line of clothing, including an “Odd Squad” Official Agent Shirt ($15.99) and a shirt featuring characters from the show ($15.99).
For young fans of Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week,” there’s the new Shark Bite game ($15) for two-to-four players ages 4 and up.
And for the young at heart adult, grab a sweater from the Mister Rogers collection from Alpaca Unlimited ($184 and up).