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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by mr.unnatural, Aug 11, 2016.
Every show that's been canceled and renewed by the broadcast networks
Shouldn't that be "canceled OR renewed"?
I use JustWatch and it's great to help figure out which streaming services have a movie or show you want to watch, but that isn't really what I'm looking for. I want something that makes it easy to subscribe, unsubscribe and re-subscribe to streaming services.
I put game shows and stuff like World's Funniest Animals, WWE Friday Night Smackdown, America's Most Wanted in a different category than reality shows. Game shows are their own category and the others are scripted and not reality. But you are right I did undercount the amount of reality shows. But still after looking at the schedule I didn't see more than 6 or 7 airing at a time. Which is still just around 11 percent of the schedule.
But it looks like game shows are taking over the rest of the schedule. I was surprised to see that amount. I don't watch primetime game shows.
Oh, I gave up that fight long ago.
I bet that would lead to an arms race, as streaming services rework their sub/unsub procedures to break your app...
per The Hollywood Reporter: CBS has cancelled “All Rise” and “The Unicorn”.
They have renewed “B Positive” and “United States of Al.”
Just like the express line is "10 items and fewer".
Bummer about The Unicorn. I really liked that show.
Agree. I've never heard anything that said The Unicorn was in trouble. It was interesting to see Goggins in a fun, happy role.
Really enjoyed All Rise, but had a feeling it wouldn't last another season.
I did too but after the recent trouble between the writers and the showrunner that went to HR and had 5 of 7 writers leave I expected this. Easiest way to make the issue go away.
‘All Rise’ canceled by CBS after allegations of race and gender issues by series showrunner
I'm with you. TAR, Survivor, BB, "competition" type shows I might still watch. But those "real" dramas like you described, no interest.
What channel is Naked Singers Cooking on? Asking for a friend.
I'd enjoy "Naked Singers" or "Singers Cooking", but combining them would stress me out over the possibility of burns.
I'm sure it's one of the Discovery networks.
There are some naked cooking things you see here and there, usually they have a giant apron to avoid that sort of thing. But with the apron they're only partially naked IMHO.
Fox's UpFronts show list does not include either Cherries Wild or Game of Talents; I am assuming those shows will not be renewed
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