I know that Young Justice has done well in DVD sales and that DVDs tend to be popular among the older audience that YJ appeals to. So I had a thought about how the series might continue and wanted to share it, mostly to find out if it might be feasible.

I would imagine that they would put out a DVD with the rest of the Season 2 episodes, but what if it was possible to continue putting episodes on DVDs?

Here's my thought: Future "seasons" of YJ would be simply released directly to DVD... perhaps in a format with four 45-minute episodes (totalling three hours on a DVD) or six 25-minute episodes (a little less than three hours). The episodes would also be made available through iTunes.

Time Warner would then be able to get the most money out of the series as older audiences would buy them.

Now, I'll admit I'm not entirely familiar with the logistics of DVD production or how that might affect any royalties due to those involved with a series... but if it was feasible to make this happen, then why not make it happen?

A side benefit: Fans could watch episodes without any cuts for commercial breaks.

Could such a concept like this work? If so, might it worth be pursuing?

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