At the end of 2009, Universal discontinued its 2005 release of the 1967 reboot of Dragnet. As no subsequent seasons of Dragnet ever were issued, I figured that Universal had sold their run of it and would not make any more. However, on January 5, 2010, Universal rereleased the first season in a slightly different form. The 2005 edition was issued on three double sided discs. However, the third disc merely had one television episode on it and a bonus of one 1950s Dragnet radio show. The 2010 edition is on merely two (presumably double sided discs). As the 1960s Dragnet is for me one of my favorite Universal television titles (along with Columbo and Leave it to Beaver), I am delighted that Universal has not given up on the series. However, as rereleasing the 1967 seaon obviously entailed the expense of pressing more discs and producing new packages, I am wondering whether Universal might have more plans for this show. All of the 1960s episodes are available on streaming on Netflix so I would think that it would not be that expensive to reduce the remaining episodes to disc. If anyone from Universal is reading this, here is one fan's idea of the perfect package: issue the 1960s Dragnet incarnation as a complete series set in packaging similar to the Munsters Complete Series. Include as bonuses the 1966 produced television movie (aired on TV a few years later), the 1954 theatrical movie (soon to be available as burn on demand on Amazon), the clip from Jack Benny's 2d farewell special in the early 1970s where Friday and Gannon show up to denounce Jack as despicable, perhaps old Nick at Night or TV Land advertisements for the show (they are quite funny), and perhaps commentary from Dragnet expert Michael J. Hayde (author of My Name's Friday). If it is too expensive, everything but the 1966 TV movie could be dropped. There are about 30 more episodes of the 1960s Dragnet than there are of the Munsters, so I would think that a Complete Series package would be doable. Does anyone have any more thoughts on this?