Check this page regularly for updates on where you can see David
Selby on television and hear him on the radio or online.
Intersection, starring Richard Gere and Sharon Stone:
||Wed., Mar. 20
||4:58 AM ET
Rich Kids, starring Trini Alvarado and Jeremy Levy:
||Tues., Mar. 14
||2:00 AM ET
The Social Network, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew
||Tues., Mar. 14
||5:30 PM ET
||Wed., Mar. 15
||3:00 PM ET
||Tues., Mar. 21
||Tues., Mar. 21
||7:00 PM ET
Television Guest Appearances
David Selby has a recurring role in the FX series Legion. He
appears in the first, third, and fifth episodes. New episodes air
Wednesdays at 10 PM ET on FX.
"Chapter Five" (90 minutes)
Cable/satellite subscribers can also log in and view episodes, after
they air, on demand on the
show's official web
None of David's television series is currently airing in the United
States, although Dark Shadows will return to the air in May. Information about
the Dark Shadows broadcast as well as DVD releases of
David's series appears below.
before the new Dark Shadows film starring Johnny Depp
debuted in May 2012, MPI Home Video released a new DVD box set that includes all of the original
series episodes. The series had previously been available in
smaller multi-disc volumes, but this was the first time the
entire series had been released as a single unit. Dark
Shadows: The Complete Original Series comes in a
coffin-shaped box containing 131 discs with 450 hours of
programming including all 1,225 episodes of the series.
The first version of this box set was a limited numbered
edition with a signed postcard from Jonathan Frid. It was
released on April 10, 2012. All copies have been manufactured
and distributed to retailers, and most retailers have sold out
their stock. A limited number are showing up from third-party
sellers on sites such as Amazon
and eBay; however, most of these are marked up substantially
from the original price.
A second version was released on July 10, 2012. This deluxe
edition does not include the postcard signed by Jonathan Frid
and is not a limited edition. It is currently available
from online retailers such as Amazon.
David Selby made his first appearance as the ghost of Quentin
Collins in episode 646 which originally aired on December 16,
1968. Fans may recall that, aside from occasional fits of
maniacal laughter, Quentin Collins remained silent for quite
some time. His first words are spoken in episode 701 when
Barnabas Collins travels back to 1897 to find out why the ghost
of Quentin Collins is menacing the Collins family in 1969.
Eventually, audiences see Quentin Collins suffer the curse of
becoming a werewolf. David Selby's final appearance was in
episode 1230 on March 12, 1971.
In January 2015, Decades TV announced that it would
of Dark Shadows as part of its "binge viewing event" leading up
to the network's formal premiere in May 2015. Dark Shadows
aired on Wednesday, May 13, through
Saturday, May 16. Episodes began with the
unchaining of Barnabas Collins, so David
Selby was not seen as Quentin Collins during the marathon. No plans
have been announced to include Dark Shadows in the regular
Decades line-up. However, additional Dark Shadows binge events
have aired since then.
The first three seasons of Falcon Crest are available on
DVD. David joined the series at the beginning of the second season.
Although there is no word on a fourth season DVD release, the fourth
season of Falcon Crest is currently available on
The WB Shop is now accepting
Falcon Crest: The Complete Third Season. This is a
Region 1 MOD (manufacture on demand) DVD release featuring all
28 episodes from the third season.
Complete First Season and
Complete Second Season are both already available on
Region 1 DVD from the WB Shop.
If you're an Amazon shopper, you can find both the
Complete First Season
and Complete Second Season
on Region 1 DVD from Amazon.
The Complete Third Season
is also now available via Amazon.
For the latest information on Falcon Crest DVD releases
in other regions and countries, the best resource is the
German Falcon Crest Fan Club site.
Tell Me You Love Me
Tell Me You Love Me, which ran for a single season on DVD,
is available on DVD from retailers such as
Soldier of Fortune, Inc. / S.O.F: Special Ops Force
Soldier of Fortune, Inc. ran for two seasons in syndication.
It was retitled S.O.F.: Special Ops Force in the second season.
Since its original broadcast, the series has not re-aired. It is not
available on DVD except as a movie presentation of two episodes from the
first season, and this title is now out of print. Used copies appear on
Amazon, but beware. Because this
DVD is out of print, prices can be rather steep.
L.A. Theatre Works and the
Dark Shadows range for recordings of audio dramas featuring