After watching a few Gameshows the other day, something caught my intrest. There has to be tons of behind the scenes material for this stuff. Some of it for Hollywood Squares winds up in the end credits, so they must follow the stars around the set and record just about everything. And shows like Price is Right have Bob talking to the audience, or things that get cut out due to time concerns. Since I doubt Seasonal sets of these shows would sell to anyone but loyal game enthusiasts, why not go this route. Have the first ten or so episodes of a shows first season released, and include some of this stuff as bonuses. If that set sells well, continue on at that pace. There's also other stuff that could work as bonus matieral, like a tour of the set, showing every nook and cranny of the behind the scenes operation. 'A Day in the life of the audience', showing how the crew prepares for that large of a crowd, and what the audience members go through before getting into the stage doors.. Could something like this work?