Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Friday, June 22, 2007
Saving Smart TV: Studio 60
On that note, here is a wildly popular posting by Jack Myers of MediaPost's TV Board. He received over 1,000 (a thousand!) replies to this posting, which appeared June 15th.
Save ‘Studio 60′: Fans Need to Take Action
Posted June 15th, 2007 by Jack Myers
If the fans of “Jericho” can bring it back from the dead, why won’t fans of “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” convince NBC to bring it back for another season...
Go here to read the post:
Thursday, May 31, 2007
Jordan is rushed to the hospital, while Harriet has big news for Matt.
5/31/07, 10pm (9 central)
Monday, May 14, 2007
Lights Out for Studio 60
Here's a snippet of an article published on TV Newsday, where the NBC fall schedule is outlined:
NBC GOING SUPERNATURAL WITH FALL SEASON
ASSOCIATED PRESS, MAY. 14, 10:34 AM ET
With Heroes its only new hit of the season, struggling NBC announced a fall schedule Monday that includes a spinoff and three other dramas also trading on supernatural themes.
By David Bauder
NEW YORK (AP) _ With ''Heroes'' its only new hit of the season, struggling NBC announced a fall schedule Monday that includes a spinoff and three other dramas also trading on supernatural themes.
The network took a risk by keeping its Thursday night comedy lineup intact. NBC has drawn strong critical praise but few viewers for shows like ''30 Rock'' and ''The Office,'' leaving the network faltering on a night it once dominated.
NBC, the first of the broadcast networks to unveil a new schedule to advertisers this week, canceled ''Crossing Jordan'' and the high-profile failure ''Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.''
Another critical favorite that hasn't found a big audience, ''Friday Night Lights,'' was renewed.
''Law & Order'' will be back for its 18th season and ''Medium'' will return, but not until January, when they take over a Sunday time slot filled by football in the fall.
Thursday, May 10, 2007
Studio 60 TV Schedule - Show Returns
Ladies and Gentlemen, start your TiVOs!
"The Disaster Show"
Allison Janney guest hosts when a strike makes everything go haywire.
Fans will remember Allison as the intrepid C. J. Craig on The West Wing.