What we need is for the studios to form divisions similar to what the music industry did. Form specialty divisions to market the lesser appeal shows. Time Warner has Rhino Handmade, which puts together CD releases of limited appeal items. They only press a small number of anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 and when they sell out, that's it. Universal music does the same with their Hip-O Select. Sony has their special products division. All of these are ways to get out catalog that otherwise wouldn't merit seeing the light of day. Something like that would be perfect for putting out short-run, older and limited appeal series. Things that wouldn't sell in any great numbers but could certainly sell a few thousand copies. It would be a way to make some money on shows that are just collecting dust right now. It's gonna happen at some point, mark my words. Like anything else, someone in the industry has to be willing to be the first to take the risk with it. May not happen soon but I guarantee within 5 to 7 years it will. Oh, and before anyone starts to bring up music issues, that's only a problem for shows from the last 20 to 25 years or so. No one used any music that would be a problem on shows in the 50s or 60s. Now that annoying trend of peppering every show with pop songs is coming back to bite people in the ass. For 99% of the shows my generation cares about it's a non-issue.