Lessons of the Fall
What the new broadcast season has taught the networks
By Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 10/29/2006 7:00:00 PM
Six weeks into the new season, and already some lessons are clear: Moving Grey's Anatomy to Thursday has put ABC back in the game, there are more serialized dramas than people with the time and energy to watch them, and streaming shows online has not changed television as we know it. As broadcast TV heads into the November sweeps, B&C's Fall Season Scorecard takes a look at these and other lessons learned, including primetime's biggest surprise, how the current crop of shows is affecting development on next year's slate, and why broadband video is churning out more question marks than dollar signs.
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