Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Guy Gardener, Oct 4, 2014.
Now I have to figure out if I get Pop.
Great show. good news.
How ironic. A network picking up a Netflix show? Usually it's the other way around!
It's the first time a cable network has picked up a streaming show in all of history!
Did everone hear "Time on Earth" won't be getting a third season on ABC? Jason
What's "Time on Earth"? I really can't keep up these days
Yeah, saw the article mention that. Although part of me wonders how long that will last before another streaming outlet picks it up
Actually that was a joke to see if anyone noticed there is no such show with that name. Poking fun at how little people care about network tv! Granted the joke could be on me because for all I know it might be real. It will just have to be mystery because to find out someone would need to watch ABC. Jason
Good title. I'm picturing a sitcom about aliens exiled to Earth.
CBS All Access will pick it up, they will need it as the only shows it has are Star Trek, which seems to be a mess at the moment, and The Good Fight, so a comedy will be good in 2-4 years when Pop cancels it.
CBS has decided to cancel half their 2019-20 lineup so that they can instead bring you NCIS: Anchorage, CSI: Boston, FBI: Cyber Command, and fresh new approach remakes to The A-Team, Hunter, Simon and Simon, The Fall Guy, Miami Vice, Moonlighting, Spencer For Hire, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Hart to Hart, Matt Houston, Matlock, Chips, Murder She Wrote, Remington Steele and TJ Hooker.
Murder She Wrote will have a recent college grad who can't get a decent paying job so she moves into her grandma's summer home in Maine and starts solving murders.
But is she solving the murders, or is she causing them?! Tune in Wednesdays at 8pm to uncover the truth.
...or does she find out the darkest secret of all: Her grandmother is the killer! All so she can solve them!
Life In Pieces, probably one of the better, smarter comedies on TV, cancelled after four seasons. It had never been scheduled properly, usually placed in mid-season or the middle of the summer.
Turns out that her grandmother is the killer and has taught her grand daughter to take over the 'family business'.
The twist is that the granddaughter doesn't write books about the cases. She has a blog, as well as a Patreon, where supporters get inside details on the murders that only the killer could know...
Tune in to "Murder, She Blogs"!
^Oh, God, I remember that show.
I agree. I enjoyed it, and its clever format.
It's on CBS. They can't talk about blogging and Patreon. That would confuse their primary viewership base. The only thing they know about computers is "zoom in" and "enhance."
Blood And Treasure has been renewed which makes me happy.
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