This topic came up in the Rockford Files thread, I've seen it mentioned in other threads about other shows (probably mentioned it myself). How will the studios handle releases of Made for TV Movies filmed AFTER a series was cancelled? 5 shows, off the top of my head, can justify their own release of just the Movies After Series Cancellation. The matter of a last release in the series being just the movies is something the studios are going to have to consider somewhere down the line for several series. The Rockford Files - 5 full seasons, a 12 episode 6th season + the unreleased on DVD pilot and 8 TV movies. Kojak - 5 full length seasons - Pilot NOT included with S1, + 7 movies 1985-1990. Hart to Hart - 5 full length seasons + 8 movies (not including the pilot that was included with S1) Murder, She Wrote - 12 full seasons + 4 movies (not including the pilot that was included with S1) Spenser: For Hire - 3 full seasons + 4 movies (released backwards with the 4 movies in a set, but no indication of season releases). The pilot was aired as the first two episodes of season 1. Was this one 'testing' the waters for sets of just the movies filmed after the show was cancelled?