There are more and more movies (and a lot of them seem to be by Disney) that are going right to home video. I am only assuming it is because there is a market for these videos, but that market wouldn't extend to a profitible run at movie theaters. Right now we have actual writers, producers, etc. extremely hard up for work since the networks are all on this reality craze. We have fans who really want to see shows continue (look at Farscape, where fans are working together to try and finance more episodes). Do you think there is some kind of opportunity for direct-to-video serial TV shows? And if so, do you think it will be shows that were on broadcast TV for a while and sell their first season well on DVD putting out subsequent seasons, or is there an opportunity for these experienced creative guys to take inexperienced (read: cheap) actors and create something entirely new just for home video? Granted, even with serial production, I doubt they would release them as "seasons", but considering how low DVD costs are these days, perhaps multiple 2 hour episodes? Anyways, I'm mostly just curious if anyone else thinks this might happen. Personally, I love movies, but I prefer TV product because of the much longer story arcs. IMO, it would be interesting to see what someone could do with a good story arc if they weren't worried about making sure there are good pauses for commercials Steve.