Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Clear eyes, full hearts can't lose


Game on.
I honestly never thought I'd see the day, but it's happening.

You may wonder why this critical favorite deserves a third shot when so many other critically beloved, widely ignored shows never get the chance. I say, a TV world in which Connie Britton does not win an Emmy is not one I want to watch.

2 Comments:

At 3:05 PM, April 02, 2008, Anonymous PK said...

Kudos to NBC for giving Friday Night Lights more time to find an audience. They did the same with 30 Rock and it's audience has improved. ABC did the same with Men in Trees. Historically some of the best long-lasting shows on TV started out on shaky ground. M*A*S*H almost got cancelled in it's first year. So did Seinfeld.

 
At 6:33 PM, April 02, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's the new era of tv..either via coop efforts with satellite providers--streaming( i had to watch the conclusion of both "daybreak" and "the black donnellys" on the web sites after they got yanked) battlestar is streaming their new season first episode BEFORE it airs on scifi..
with viewers finding other sources or with so much more choice..you have to get creative! for once you can applaud a network for sticking with a show and finding a way to
keep it going...maybe someone could do this for jericho(hello scifi channel!)

 

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