The following is a list of all Mystery Science Theater 3000episodes released on DVD or video. Solo episodes and episodes up to Volume 12 were distributed by Rhino Entertainment. The 20th Anniversary Edition and after is distributed by Shout! Factory. If the episode appeared in a set, the volume number is included after the name of the episode. Most of the episodes prior to Volume 12 are now out-of-print as Rhino no longer distributes the show.
How the page format works
Episodes still available on DVD will appear in bold.
Episodes no longer available on either the Rhino or Shout! Factory website, but still available on Mst3k.com or Amazon will appear in italics.
Episodes no longer available at all will simply appear in regular text.
Episodes which have never been released in any form of home video will appear in strikethrough text.
The Amazing Colossal Man was released on VHS, but was later recalled due to licensing issues with the film. To date it is the only MST3K episode released on VHS which was not later released on DVD.
Those looking for the elusive "Volume 13" would be wise to check out the 20th Anniversary Edition.
Speaking of which, the 20th Anniversary Edition came in limited and unlimited editions. The limited edition included two bonuses, a tin container for the DVD set and a figurine of Crow T. Robot.
Volume 16 also came in a limited edition which was packaged with a figurine of Tom Servo. The regular edition is now available.
Volume 19 has a limited edition release, this time featuring a Gypsy figurine.
Volume 21: MST3K vs Gamera had a limited edition release in a tin container. The regular edition is now available.
Releases by season
KTMA (Season 0)
The KTMA Season is unlikely to ever see any commercial releases. Many of the films riffed in this season were never licensed for anything but terrestrial rebroadcast. Even for the films which later were licensed by Best Brains, such as the Gamera series of movies, Best Brains does not hold the rights to the original content (e.g. host segments, theater riffs, etc.) filmed for those episodes. The rights for that content is instead held by KTMA's successor station, WUCW.