Winners of the 2019 Home Media Awards Announced by ‘Media Play News’

CARLSBAD, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Batman: The Complete Animated
Series — Deluxe Limited Edition
earned the top prize in the ninth
annual Home Media Awards, which honor the best home video releases of
2018, taking Title of the Year and TV on Disc of the Year. It also won
Best Complete TV Series Set.

Blu-ray Disc of the Year went to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s 2001:
A Space Odyssey — 50th Anniversary
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. It also won
for Best Restoration.

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment/Marvel Studios won Best
Theatrical Disc for Avengers: Infinity War, which also won for
Best Superhero Disc.

Warner Bros.’ The Death of Superman was voted Best
Direct-to-Video Movie, while Best Catalog Title honors went to Shout!
Factory’s Creepshow: Collector’s Edition.

De Niro & De Palma: The Early Films, released by MVD
Entertainment Group/Arrow Video, won Best Movie Collection.

Paramount Home Media Distribution scored a triple win with Mission:
Impossible — Fallout,
which won Best 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Best
Digital Presentation of a Movie and Best Action Disc.

Best Digital Presentation of a TV Show went to HBO Home Entertainment’s
Barry: Season 1.
HBO also won Best TV Movie or Miniseries
honors for Sharp Objects.

Winners were chosen by a panel of judges in conjunction with an online
consumer vote for eligible titles submitted for consideration by studios
and distributors.

The Home Media Awards presented by Media Play News is the most
comprehensive awards program covering the home entertainment industry,
with dozens of categories honoring the top releases by format, genre and
technical achievement. Categories include Best Theatrical Title on Disc,
Best Bonus Materials, Best 4K UHD Blu-ray, Best Box Art and more.

For a complete list of winners, visit

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John Latchem