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The New Landscape of TV Revivals

Tuesday, May 15, 2018   (0 Comments)
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From VOX:

...It used to be that cancellations and renewals were mostly simple business. Shows with good ratings were renewed; shows with bad ratings were canceled. There were exceptions here and there. A show with “good” ratings could be canceled if it lost too many viewers from a more highly rated lead-in, and another show with “bad” ratings could be renewed if it held its own in a tough time slot. But for the most part, Nielsen was king.


In the past 10 years, however, that has changed more rapidly with every TV season. Now, it’s important to understand a whole bunch of behind-the-scenes information before you know whether your favorite show with weak ratings is a cinch to come back or probably done for. And the most important question to ask is one that isn’t always easy to answer: Who owns the show? Who stands to make the most money from its continued existence?...

- Read the full article at VOX.com


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