I wouldn't say 'no plan on following' exactly, but there are some ranges that I'm certainly in no hurry to pick up at the moment - Iris Wyldthyme, Series 2 and 3 of Pathfinder Legends, Graceless, Counter Measures, Captain Scarlet, Terrahawks, Callan, Star Cops, Dan Dare, Charlotte Pollard and Class. If the rumours about Adam Adamant Lives and The Twelfth Doctor Chronicles are true they would fall into this category as well.
Then there are the ranges that I decided to drop after this year's releases - The First Doctor Adventures, The Tenth Doctor Adventures, Big Finish Classics (after I've picked up the HG Wells titles), Blake's 7, Vienna, Survivors and The Prisoner (although the last two are coming to a natural end anyway).
I've also decided to not take a subscription out for this year's Short Trips, but will pick up titles this year as and when the mood takes me (which may end up self defeating if I end up with twelve 2019 Short Trips by December). If The Lost Stories are coming back this year they will also be cherrypicked.
Hopefully streamlining this year will benefit my wallet and my backlog next year.
May have changed my mind about Callan and Star Cops after listening to the two extracts (some firm news on an ETA on Volume 2 of Callan would be nice)...may have changed my mind on Counter Measures too after borrowing a friend's copy of "The Hollow King"...and if a Volume IV of The First Doctor Adventures was announced I wouldn't say no...
*sigh* so much for streamlining...
"I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far flung hopes and the dreamer of improbable dreams."
Paternoster and Torchwood at the moment.I am sure they are brilliant. But given that i cannot follow everything and have other Non Bf ranges to listen to and also the fact i love to relisten to what i have already got...they just arent very high on my list.
There are only a few BF ranges that I really have no interest in.
Vienna - although I wouldn't rule it out forever.
Terrahawks and Dan Dare - I have no experience with the original shows at all. I didn't grow up in the UK, so these are completely outside my cultural experience. There is thus no nostalgia nor sense of continuity for me. The same goes for Captain Scarlet and Pathfinders.
There are a number of other ranges where I have not made purchases at this time, but I can't say that I have no plan on following those.
"Keeping an open mind is a virtue—but, as the space engineer James Oberg once said, not so open that your brains fall out."--Carl Sagan