'Life' longer; 'Lost' to Wed

Hibberd, James
November 2008
Hollywood Reporter;11/10/2008, Vol. 407 Issue 17, p4
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The article reports on the full-season order given by NBC Television Network to its detective drama television series "Life," ordering the back nine episodes from Universal Media Studios. The show managed to outperform its average and take viewers from time-shifted DVR viewing. Also, American Broadcasting Co. (ABC) is scheduling a two-hour premiere for the Season 5 debut of the television program "Lost," which will be aired every Wednesday starting January 21, 2009.


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