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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Azlen, May 11, 2014.
Taking a 3 month break probably won't do it any favors, either.
It may be seen that way, but a fan of the Hellblazer comics, I'm looking forward to it. The trailer looks excellent and true to the source. The movie wasn't bad, but the series looks better
I've never understood why they do scheduling shenanigans like that. Is the concept of momentum beyond a TV exec's ability to understand?
I agree it looks good, and I'll be watching, I'm just worried about negative press preceding the premiere.
nitpicky, but you presumably mean Blacklist to cover 9-10pm here..
Weird, yeah, moving it seems lame, even though we have Tivos to catch timeslot moves..
What's on Sunday when it's NOT football season?
What happened to Bluebloods?
That's a CBS show.
22 episodes, 39 weeks. They have to take some breaks somewhere. And their research has shown that audiences prefer to have a straight run of new episodes rather than the on-again-off-again way the networks used to do it. Also, by vacating the timeslot for a couple months, it allows the network to use that slot to launch something else rather than just airing repeats, which don't get many viewers anymore.
They're just announcing their Fall 2014 schedule right now. They'll announce their Winter 2015 sometime later this year, probably when they have a better idea of what stuff from the fall schedule has been successful and what slots they'll need to fill.
Just copied it from EW so you can mention it to them. Just looked at deadline.com and they have it the same way, don't know who copied whom though.
That's how it was listed in the NBC press release. Presumably the folks at NBC figured that people were smart enough to realize that if a 60-minute show is going into a time slot where there were previously two 30-minute shows, it will be replacing both of them.
The previews for Bad Judge, A to Z and Mysteries of Laura have promise. I'll also give State of Affairs a try.
Still in for The Voice and may watch the last season of Parenthood.
Still, this season is looking, um, grim.
This is the first time I can remember that there's nothing on NBC that I want to watch. At least, I recorded 4 series this year. Six, if you count the occasional Parenthood and Hollywood Game Night.
Well, there's still Sunday Night Football, but this is a long way from "Must See TV."
More like "See ya, NBC."
But they don't want smart people, they want viewers.