I'm still waiting for the rest of Baa Baa Black Sheep. The rest can easily fit on a second volume, so it's not like they'd be continuing six more seasons of a low-selling show. It's maybe 2-3 discs in one set and they're done. Now get to it, Universal!
Okay well I read the thread and I hope for a December 2006 Miami Vice Season 3 DVD release. I am waiting for announcements for the following Universal titles-
Charles in Charge Season 2 (come on we need the Nicole Eggert years with the real cool family most fans liked best and the grandpa)
Gimme a Break Season 2 (I know about the CA release)
The Hulk Set was real nice I enjoyed it, but that was just a few months ago, I'm sure we will hear more soon, at least I hope so. I was also pleased with the quality of the Amazing Stories set.
With that being said, hopefully some of these older shows we are waiting on will get better treatment when they come back because Emergency, McMillan, McCloud, and Quincy were pretty bare bones and basic when they came out the first time.
Agreed! I'm also waiting for more ``Hulk,'' ``Baa Baa Black Sheep,'' ``Quincy'' and ``Hardy Boys'' and ``SeaQuest,'' at least we've finally received word on the release of the Season 3 of ``Emergency!'' Come on, Universal, get on the ball!
Ok, so now we've got Gord giving us the news that Universal is releasing another season of "Rockford" (unfortunately I have no interest in this series) while specifically pointing out that the internet rumors about slow sales were not true with this show. What I want to know definitively, one way or another, is whether or not "Leave it to Beaver" has been slowed down because of poor sales. Please tell us, Gord.
Gary "this lack of news about LITB is killing me" O.
I'm happy for "Rockford" fans, but it's the 70s crime show I'm least waiting for. C'mon Universal, understand that not every show will sell a million copies, and settle for less with certain titles. But still release them, just like less popular films do get released, so why not take the same approach with TV shows? It's better than having a lot of disappointed fans, instead of thinking differently market-wise TV vs. movies.