Serial surplus swamps sked

Schneider, Michael
August 2006
Daily Variety;8/29/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 40, pA1
Trade Publication
The article examines the attempts of the television networks around United States to air various television programs to meet the demands of the audience. The author doubts whether the audiences are really interested in watching the programs that are thrusted upon them. The programs ranges from comedies to drama and various kinds of plots.


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