It seems that DOOL is finally going to be available online for people to download. *Pauses* Okay, it’s always pretty much been available to download but now it’s going to be OFFICIALLY available on iTunes.
This probably explains why Soapnet has changed it’s schedule making it more difficult to catch DOOL unless you use a DVR (which naturally then you would just use it to catch the show on NBC instead anyway).
Now, Mr. Corday, I believe this is definitely a step in the right direction. By stepping into the digital age, DOOL can prove how popular it really is as well as possibly recouping some of that lost revenue. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Why not go ahead and release past episodes of the show? From what I understand, the show is rumored to have saved every single episode and kept in the great soap vault you guys keep on the lot (cue Mission Impossible music) and it’s quite possible that if you were to release grouped episodes that fit around a storyline, oh, let’s just throw Stockholm out there for an example, you would make a KILLING. I know I would purchase it because as much as I love my archives off the Internet, the quality stinks and it would be nice to have something that truly fits my TV screen.
But what do I know? I’m just a consumer in that special 18-49 age bracket who has put classic storylines up on a pedestal for all time.