At long last, The Wonder Years is now on DVD, with the great music that made you fall in love with the show, including the memorable title sequence song, “With a Little Help from My Friends.”Order The Complete Series on DVD Now, only at timelife.com!
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The Wonder Years cast recently got together for a reunion, which we taped and will be included in the 15+ hours of exclusive bonus features on the DVDs.
Jack Arnold even had his favorite scotch!
The Wonder Years captured the angst of growing up in suburban middle-class America in the late ‘60s as seen through the life and times of Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage).
Never before released on DVD, you can now own the entire series housed in a collectible metal locker like those at Kennedy Junior High (Go Wildcats!)
Do you remember waiting every week for a new episode of The Wonder Years? And then, after the six season run and emotional series finale, waiting years hoping the show would come out on DVD? Wait no more. We’re thrilled to present The Wonder Years Complete Series on DVD for the very first time. And fans have said it best, “Finally!!!”
Born in Chicago, Fred Savage began his acting career at age nine. He first gained wide recognition for his role as the grandson in the 1987 film The Princess Bride, and a year later was cast in the lead role of Kevin Arnold in The Wonder Years.
Following the series finale in 1993, he continued to appear in TV and movie roles, including Boy Meets World and Austin Powers in Goldmember, and received a degree in English from Stanford University. In recent years, Savage has been a director and producer for various TV shows, including It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Modern Family and Hannah Montana.
He is married to his childhood friend, Jennifer Lynn Stone, and they have three children.
Dan Lauria is an Italian-American television, stage and film actor from Brooklyn, New York. Lauria served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War, and got his start in acting while attending Southern Connecticut State University on a football scholarship.
While he is well known for his memorable portrayal of The Wonder Years father, Jack Arnold, Lauria has also gained notice for his Broadway and off-Broadway roles as Jimmy Hoffa and Vince Lombardi.
He currently plays Jack Sullivan on the Steve Byrne sitcom Sullivan & Son on TBS.
A native of Chicago and a graduate of Yale, Alley Mills studied acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Her big break came with the role of Kevin Arnold’s cheerful homemaker mom, Norma. After The Wonder Years, she played a recurring character on television’s Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and made numerous guest appearances on NYPD Blue; Sabrina, the Teenage Witch; Strong Medicine; and Yes, Dear.
In 2006, she moved to daytime television with a role on the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.
Mills is married to actor Orson Bean and lives in Venice, California.
Olivia d’Abo, born in London, England, had already made her film debut as Princess Jehnna in Conan the Destroyer when she signed on to play Kevin Arnold’s hippie sister Karen at age 19.
Since the series ended, d’Abo has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows including Spin City, Alias, Eureka and Elementary, and joined Law & Order: Criminal Intent as recurring villain Nicole Wallace. She has voiced characters for animated films and video games, and made her Broadway debut as Gwendolyn Pigeon in the Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane staging of The Odd Couple. Also a singer-songwriter, d’Abo has performed and composed music for various soundtracks. She has one child, Oliver William d’Abo.
Fun Fact:d’Abo’s father is British musician Michael d’Abo of the group Manfred Mann.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jason Hervey started his acting career at a young age with small parts in films including Back to the Future, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and Meatballs Part II. He followed these roles with his notable portrayal of big brother Wayne Arnold on The Wonder Years.
After the series ended, Hervey kept close ties to the entertainment industry and established the production company Bischoff Hervey Entertainment with former World Championship Wrestling president Eric Bischoff. The firm has produced several sports and reality television shows, including I Want to Be a Hilton, Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling, Hardcore Pawn: Chicago and Scott Baio Is 45...and Single.
Hervey and his family reside in Los Angeles.
At a young age, Danica McKellar began acting in her mother’s dance studio in California, getting her first big break at age 12 as Winnie Cooper, Kevin Arnold’s girl-next-door crush.
After the series ended, McKellar graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a B.S. in mathematics—and her love of the subject inspired her to write non-fiction books for young readers interested in math.
She has had numerous guest roles on TV shows, including The West Wing, and most recently as a contestant on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.
She has one son, Draco.
Josh Saviano grew up in New Jersey and is best known for his portrayal of Paul Pfeiffer, Kevin Arnold’s best friend.
Following the show’s end, Saviano majored in political science at Yale University and went to law school. Presently, he is a partner at a corporate law firm.
Saviano resides in New York with wife Jennifer and their daughter, Noa.
The creators of The Wonder Years –Neal Marlens and Carol Black talking about casting the role of Kevin Arnold. The complete interview is included in our DVD bonus features.
Fred Savage and Josh Saviano at The Wonder Years reunion shoot.
Alley Mills and Olivia d'Abo when they first saw each other at The Wonder Year reunion. More in the Bonus DVD features.
Alley Mills and Jason Hervey take a walk down memory lane at The Wonder Years Reunion recording.