I just learned that CBS,Inc. owns the Twilight Zone, not Image Entertainment as many of us originally thought. Image is just a contractor in producing the DVD. In another thread, I mentioned that I was so heartbroken about no subtitles/captions available for the upcoming releases of both versions of TZ this coming December. My world is still upside down since the announcement and as of now, I will never have my favorite TV show of all time in my DVD collection. It is so sad that I can't have it which I grew up with. I always depend on subtitles/captions for my TV veiwings. Now the question is who make the final decision on whether to include the subtitles/captions or not, CBS or Image?? I find it hard to believe that CBS would refuse the service since they have a moolah to spend on producing films and the cost of subtitling or captions would be like a drop in the bucket. Or they could have helped Image financially if they ask for it. The biggest ironic here is that when Rod Serling was alive, he battled against bigotry which was one of his favorite themes for the Twilight Zone episodes. Now we see that attitude in CBS and Image Entertainment. I can imagine if he's still alive, he would have fought for the little guys like me.