Yeah, having season 2 as a select title didn't help sales any either. I do feel that having season 2 as a select title was a direct result of the poor response to season 1. Word about the poor quality of season 1 got out in plenty of time for people to cancel their pre-orders in droves. Again, if Shout had simply stated from the get go the truth about the picture quality, then perhaps more folks would have given the set a chance and maybe, just maybe, the second season wouldn't have been demoted to a select title. Thus, leaving the third season as a select title. I'd be much more happy if the series had at least passed the halfway point before stalling.
At this point the only way we'll ever get the rest of this series is if it is released as a complete series set via Fox or someone else. Shout has given up on it.
Well, for anyone who ever watched TV in the 70s and 80s, that's the way almost every show looked on the air in syndication. 16mm prints, whose color faded over time. It was only starting around the mid-80s that syndicators began going back to the original elements and remastering and color correcting shows. That is, syndicators that cared about their back catalogue. Fox was really the only company that didn't do it. Which shows that they sucked even back then. But it had to be shows that the syndicators deemed to have some kind of sale value and unfortunately, not too many Fox shows besides Batman fall into that category.