You know what's the only bad thing about TV on DVD? It's that horrible sinking feeling you get after buying the first season of any show, the feeling of: What if it doesn't sell and none of the other seasons come out? Except with short-lived shows where the entire series can be released at once, that's almost always a worry. This doesn't happen with movies, except with sequels, and even there, the titles in a series of movies are often released all at once (e.g. the complete Indiana Jones movies). With TV shows, there's always that undercurrent of fear that there may be no "complete second season," which is why the season 1 release of any show is followed by posts asking "how did it sell? Will there be more seasons?" Because it's a legitimate worry, as The Mary Tyler Moore Show and others have proven. Note: I'm stating this as a fact, not a complaint. Studios can't and shouldn't guarantee to bring out a whole series regardless of how the first season sells. Which is precisely why the first season release will always provoke butterflies in the fan's stomach. I even feel the fear about shows that have gotten past the first season; for example, my favorite show is King of the Hill, and logically I know that if Fox released the second season and put a "third season coming soon" flyer in the box, they will almost certainly release the third season (since if the sales were bad enough to cancel the releases they'd have stopped after the first season). Yet I admit that I anxiously check TVShowsondvd and won't feel completely at ease about that show until I see an announcement of the third season. And I'm sure everyone has a favorite show that gives them the between-release jitters. There is no cure for between-release nervousness. TV on DVD is a wonderful thing, and this is the price we pay. Well, that and the actual purchase price.