Their is a great article in today's USA Today about tv shows on dvd. It centers on the popularity of the Sopranos 2nd season on dvd. It has quotes from reps from Disney and our own Peter Staddon of Fox. It credits Fox with starting the trend with it's great X-Files season box sets. The article mentions that packaging and extras are what's needed to sell tv on dvd. The reason being that people can watch it free in syndication. The Disney video chief says that on Dec.4 it will release five episodes of Davey Crockett that will include such extras as an interview with Fess Parker. He also says that "The costs are much more manageable to put it on dvd.". I truly hope both Warner and Universal are reading the article and start to release their tv product on dvd (ie-Babylon 5, Sliders and Battlestar Galactica).