The new fall television season is upon us! I know I'm not the only one who's excited. While cable has come on strong over the last few years with some exceptional series, and the internet takes more and more of our time each and everywhere, there still isn't quite anything like network television.
Last week, all five American networks held their respective "Upfronts" in New York City, where advertisers and the press are given a chance to take a look at the preliminary schedules for each network for the following year, and begin to decide where to spend their cash for the next television season.
It's fall again, which means it's time for the annual return of the TV season. This year's batch of both new and returning comedies looks extremely promising.
There comes a time when the summer heat begins to die down and you get that first really cool rainy day which reminds you that, before you know it, the leaves will start to change. Yes, it's that time of year again -- fall.
In recent years, the television landscape has been a little erratic, with so many zillion reality shows debuting it seems like every week.
Okay, so this is a little late. Back in October, I took a look at the emergence of the new 2004-2005 television season. There has been a lot of interesting developments since I wrote that article.
Traditionally, the new television season comes the Monday after the Emmy telecast. But in recent years, networks have begun rolling their new seasons out before the Emmys have even aired. Now this season, it seems that networks have no idea when to debut new shows.
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