Shout! Factory Re-Introducing Audiences To ‘Ned and Stacey’ This Summer

Courtesy: Shout! Factory

Shout! Factory is resurrecting a former Fox sitcom on DVD.

Ned and Stacey is coming to DVD Sept. 26 in stores and online via Shout! Factory.  The short-lived series ran for two seasons on Fox from 1995 – ’97.  It follows the misadventures of married couple Ned (Thomas Haden Church – Wings, Spiderman 3, Sideways) and Stacey (Debra Messing — Will & Grace, The Starter Wife, Along Came Polly) as the perfectly polar opposites make their mismatched marriage work.

The series’ premise sees Ned, the uptight ad exec, needing a wife in order to climb the corporate ladder.  Enter Stacey, who marries Ned because she needs a place to live.  From the pair’s unlikely beginning to the constant ups and downs of their unstable relationship to its intriguing finale, the series’ full 46-episode run is here.

Along with the full 46-episode run, the new box set will also include a 20-minute look back on the series with Church and Messing.  Audio commentary from series creator Michael J. Weithorn is also included in the series’ pilot episode as an additional bonus.

Ned & Stacey: The Complete Series will retail for MSRP of $44.99. It can be pre-ordered online now at a reduced price of $35.99 via Shout! Factory’s online store.  More information on this and other titles from Shout! Factory is available online now at:










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