Last night’s episode of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip may well be the last one for the troubled series. Aaron Sorkin’s latest offering hasn’t gotten stellar ratings, and is being put on hiatus indefinitely.
As a fan of Studio 60, I’m none too pleased about this latest development. The show that replaces it, The Black Donnelley’s, looks like it’s going to be The Sopranos meets The O.C. Ugh…no interest in watching it.
If NBC was smart, they’d switch Studio 60 to Sunday nights, and try filling the void left behind on that evening when Grey’s Anatomy (on ABC drama) moved to Thursdays. Grey’s used to a be a great, guilty pleasure on Sunday nights, and I’ve yet to find anything to replace it. Studio 60 would certainly fit the bill.
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I’m sad, too! There was another show I really liked, and I forget the name of it…didn’t last long. Um…it was the one with all those people w – Six Degrees! That was the show. Man. Some great people in it. How do some of those horribly, horribly written sitcoms (“The Class,” for example) keep on truckin’ while the truly good ones die?
Disconcerting. Explains a lot about … well, a lot of things. 🙂