Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Temis the Vorta, Jun 14, 2011.
meanwhile I'm waiting to see what his daughter has planned next.
Why does Starz block their clips? What harm is done by letting non-US residents see them?
Anyway, this thing sounds good. And yeah, I too am glad he's not doing another sitcom. I'll check it out.
I don't get why anyone would block their ads from being seen by anyone. Maybe someone useful will see it. Some kid of some guy in Outer Mongolia with a TV station that decides to pick up the show, maybe. There's some free cash you wouldn't get otherwise.
What I really don't get is when they add ads to ads (like some dumb ad for fruit juice in front of a movie trailer). It already is an ad! Let us see your sticking ad!
They're probably afraid that Youtube will gobble it all up and never give it back.
Drawing a line in the sand and saying "NO FURTHER".
The doesn't even premiere until October 21, but it's already been renewed for a second season!
(It's about international distribution.)
My name's Kimmy, and I'm actually working with Starz to help get the word out about political scandal aggregator site called "Scandalous Dirt" for the much-anticipated series Boss, starring Kelsey Grammer. It gives you insider access to breaking conversations on the latest political scandals trending on Twitter!
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Hi Kimmy! I'm curious whether Grammar's new show is any good. Seems like the sort of thing that a good actor could have a lot of fun with. I see Starz and Netflix have kissed and made up enough that the DVDs are now available to be saved, so I will know one way or the other several months from now unless folks want to chime in with non spoilery opinions before then. (I guess streaming is out tho, huh?)
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