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Netflix canceling ‘Tuca and Bertie’ is a bad sign for all the distinctive, weird shows streaming is supposed to keep alive

25/07/2019

If we’re all supposed to watch the same thing, why not just tune in CBS? There’s an incisive quote about creating television that has stuck with me for years. I forget which showrunner said it, although it was probably The Good Place’s Mike Schur, and the exact quote has proven un-Googleable, but...
If we’re all supposed to watch the same thing, why not just tune in CBS? There’s an incisive quote about creating television that has stuck with me for years. I forget which showrunner said it, although it was probably The Good Place’s Mike Schur, and the exact quote has proven un-Googleable, but stick with me. It went something like this: Ideally, you would get to produce six full episodes of a TV show first, and then the seventh one would end up being the pilot.Read Full Story If we’re all supposed to watch the same thing, why not just tune in CBS? There’s an incisive quote about creating television that has stuck with me for years. I forget which showrunner said it, although it was probably The Good Place’s Mike Schur, and the exact quote has proven un-Googleable, but stick with me. It went something like this: Ideally, you would get to produce six full episodes of a TV show first, and then the seventh one would end up being the pilot.Read Full Story
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