NBC Goes From Worst to First: New Shows 2010-Present (Part VI)

NBC Goes From Worst to First: New Shows 2010-Present (Part VI)

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For the first time since 2004, NBC finished the traditional TV season in first place, in the coveted 18-49 demo that is. Obviously it was a good year for the network.

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A Look at FOX’s Freshman Series From 2010-Present (Part V)

A Look at FOX’s Freshman Series From 2010-Present (Part V)

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Until the debut of The WB and UPN (now The CW), FOX was the new kid on the block. And because they were the unproven fourth network, they had some catching up to do in order to be considered a real player.

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The CW Shifts Towards Serialized Sci-Fi: New Shows 2010-Present (Part IV)

The CW Shifts Towards Serialized Sci-Fi: New Shows 2010-Present (Part IV)

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Unlike the big four networks, The CW only airs 10 hours of original primetime programming each week, which means there’s far less time slots that needed to be filled. Hence the meager renewal and cancellation list below.

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CBS Stays Consistent: New Shows From 2010-Present (Part III)

CBS Stays Consistent: New Shows From 2010-Present (Part III)

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Unlike ABC, CBS knows exactly what it is – the home to police procedurals and multi-camera sitcoms.

It’s also the ‘Most Watched Broadcast Network’ for a sixth year in a row, so apparently the American audience has not yet tired of crime scenes, cops, and canned laughter.

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ABC Tries A Little of Everything: New Shows 2010-Present (Part II)

ABC Tries A Little of Everything: New Shows 2010-Present (Part II)

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Only 30% of ABC’s freshman scripted series from the last four years have lived to see a second season. (Here’s the breakdown by year in case you were wondering – 2010-2011: 22%, 2011-2012: 46%, 2012-2013: 22%, 2013-2014: 25%.)

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TV Renewal & Cancellation Numbers 2010-2014 (Part I – All Shows)

TV Renewal & Cancellation Numbers 2010-2014 (Part I – All Shows)

I followed all the recent TV cancellation and renewal action on Twitter this year, and while there was plenty of snark, relief, and anguish expressed in 140 characters or less, there was also a lot of talk about this year being a bloodbath in the cancellation department.

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The CSI Franchise Rises Again With CSI: Cyber

The CSI Franchise Rises Again With CSI: Cyber

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On Friday, CBS picked up CSI: Cyber, the newest installment in the long-lasting Crime Scene Investigation franchise. Unlike its predecessors, CSI: Cyber isn’t limited to solving crimes in just one region of the United States, instead it will take on the nefarious ‘under-world’ of the Internet. So that should be plenty terrifying to CBS’s technology-weary older skewing audience.

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My First Free Comic Book Day

My First Free Comic Book Day

Even though I enjoy many forms of pop culture and have been to New York Comic Con twice in the last two years, I still haven’t picked up a comic book in a very very long time. (I used to buy Animaniacs comics and other random issues of X-Men and Wonder Woman from a local flea market circa 1995.)

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