IGN has an interview with Brian Austin Green where he talks about the future of TSCC. The relevant highlights: IGN: Now I have to tell you, I'm personally still in mourning over The Sarah Connor Chronicles? Green: Yeah, so am I! IGN: There's obviously a lot of people still hoping it can somehow return? Green: I talk to [Sarah Connor Executive Producer] James Middleton all the time and I really hope that it returns. And I know that a lot of people from Warner Bros., all the way through, really wish and hope for the same thing. And the end of the day, we have some of the greatest fans ever. I so appreciate the people that are fighting as hard as they are to bring the show back. And of course, I would love for it to happen. Ultimately, if it doesn't, I'm also really proud of the fact that we have two amazing seasons of television on DVD and Blu-ray, that people can watch from start to finish. I'm proud of every episode. I can watch the whole thing and say, "Yeah, I was a part of something that was really big and really much bigger than television is used to." Maybe it just wasn't the right time? But everyone did their work and it paid off. It's because of the fans that it went two seasons, it really is. So it was a joint effort and it was kind of one of those sort of fun, global crossovers between us making the show and the fans watching the show. There was this really large group of people that made it happen and we made two amazing seasons so far. Let's hope for the best and keep our fingers crossed for more? And if not, we can still be happy with what we have. IGN: Thomas [Dekker] mentioned in an interview the possibility of a straight-to-DVD Sarah Connor Chronicles movie. Has James talked about those possibilities with you? Green: Yeah, I've heard that possibility. If anyone can make it happen, James Middleton can do it. He loves the show. Our cast, we miss doing the show. I know everybody would be back in a heartbeat to do it. So I'm sure right now, it's just sort of a number crunch. It's just sitting with the right guys and making sense of it, where they can afford to do it and do it right. That's the tough thing. I'm sure we could go anywhere and get a straight-to-DVD deal, but if we don't have the right amount of money, we can't make it the right way. And I don't want to make a straight-to-DVD just to say we did it and have it not be what we were making. So it's going to take a little work, but I think there's a really good possibility of it happening. The fact that people are still buying the DVDs and there's the demand for it? I know there's a billboard that's driving around Burbank saying, "Save the show. Bring it back." That's amazing. Those little things, they're all little things, but they become something bigger. And I think if enough people just kind of keep putting that energy out there, something will happen. I think we have a really good chance.