Going by the previous release dates, we should be hearing about the next SNL season set in the next few months. If they keep going in order, then the next release is Season 6 ('80-'81), which is the first season without Lorne Michaels and pretty universally considered by far the worst season of the show, with no redeeming value other than the few Eddie Murphy sketches. The non-Michaels seasons (S6 mostly produced by Jean Doumanian and S7-10 produced by Dick Ebersol) have been heavily de-emphasized in recent years aside from the Murphy compilation DVDs, disappearing from cable at least a decade ago. Even when they aired, many of the episodes weren't in rotation, like the Hulk Hogan/Mr. T episode, which never aired on Comedy Central and only aired once on the network's precursor "Ha!". Michaels returned for S11 with a new cast and then replaced most of them in S12, starting the 2nd golden era with Phil Hartman et al. So what's next? Would enough people buy S6 to make it worthwhile? I can certainly see S7-10 (especially S10 with the "superstar") cast selling well enough, but given how Michaels has treated those seasons lately, I'm not sure if they'll be released, either. Maybe lip service to S6(-10?) with a compilation (or compilations)? Specialty mail order releases via Shout Factory or something? I would be pretty surprised by a full retail release of S6. S7-10, I'm not as sure about.