I have a feeling that network tv is going to go the way of cable and have shorter seasons. There will be a spring season and a fall season. It's just too hard to tell a good story over 20+ episodes for multiple seasons without it becoming stale.
Some procedurals and half hour comedies might appear in both the fall and spring but the dramas will eventually be 10-15 episode seasons.
A big problem, especially with dramas, is how they handle the long break. I've completely lost interest in shows when they take that break and never returned. Some of them would be much better off ending the season in the fall.
Total thread bump here, but is anyone else still watching "Last Resort?"
If so, I believe this upcoming Thursday night's episode is the last one for the series, unfortunately. Too many stupid people out there would rather watch "Real Housewhores of Iowa City" or other mindless drivel. Really too bad, I think this show gets better and better with every episode.
Oh god, can you imagine a Real Housewives of Iowa City? Starring Mary Ferentz, Patsy Davis, and a bunch of tavern hok wives.
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