It's that way for Sex And The City (every May for 4 years straight), and it's been approximately that way for The Sopranos: * It was 12/12/00 for S1, * 11/6/01 for S2, * And then if I recall right the reason they moved S3 up to 8/27/02 was so they could get some publicity prior to the start of the airing of S4.
So figure February 2004 to get the second season of SFU.
Just like with the first season, they'll use the release and the beginning of the next season to cross-promote one another. Probably the only way we'll see S2 before a year from now, is if the show isn't renewed for a 4th season (thus eliminating the cross promotion possibility).
Never know. If it's cancelled, hurry up and release the remaining seasons while the fans of the show have the most interest. Wait too long and some may lose interest. Personnaly I think the show is great and hope it goes on for several more seasons.
Yeah! I LOVE OZ! I really hope the continue to release them. Six Feet Under is also an absolute favourite of mine, but wish it was in Widescreen now that I have a widescreen set. I can't believe I'm actually saying that! But, why didn't they film it in widescreen to begin with?