Paramount looks like they are really pushing to get some great product out there with upcoming releases of Hawaii Five-0, Untouchables, Streets of San Francisco, Fugitive (we hope), more Perry Mason and Wild Wild West. Meanwhile, Warner's big announcement is . . . What I Like About You! No comment necessary but there must be some reason this show manages to stay on the air. If anyone knows how, I'd love to hear it. Their classic series like Maverick, Sugarfoot, Bronco, 77 Sunset Strip, Hawaiian Eye, Bourbon Street Beat, Surfside 6, Roaring 20s, Gallant Men, Dakotas, Alaskans, etc, just sit. MGM is now like a red-headed step-child. They did scant little on their own and first they tried a deal with Sony which yielded a couple of releases (Rat Patrol, Green Acres S3) and now they are trying Fox, which thus far has just put out Addams Family. Patty Duke Show as well as the entire Ziv library are dormant. Sony is the most unpredictable of the bunch. But of all the studios they seem to be the only ones willing to take a chance on short-run, obscure series releases (Walking Tall, Tabitha, Blue Thunder). Bare-bones sets and they seem to be the ones who most often screw it and use edited episodes. Universal, the kings of one and done. Don't know what their sales expectations are but whatever they are, they're too high. They put out a bunch of series and just gave up on most of them. At least now they are sub-licensing shows so maybe there's hope yet if they start to do more of it. Fox, the best if you are into modern shows, not so great if you aren't. Other than their Irwin Allen sci-fi series, their vintage releases see them living off their acquisitions of MTM and Four Star, although Big Valley being the only Four Star color show seems to be the only one of interest to them. It would be nice if they actually looked to do something with other Fox shows but at this point they haven't.