From New York socialites to the New York musical theater world -- it's all drama, I suppose.
AMC recently cancelled the glacially paced Rubicon, but at least their new show The Walking Dead is off to a great start, with ratings that dwarf anything in the network's history (not to mention plenty of shows on bigger channels). Perhaps if they'd tossed a few undead characters on to Rubicon, it would have gotten a second-season pickup. In fact, almost any program could benefit from an infusion of zombies. Here's our wish list:
Bye-bye you gossip hounds.
Rather than write a second long piece in praise of 30 Rock, add yet another blog post to the world about how Tina Fey changed television (though, she did) or try to convince you how much the series transformed TV while glazing over the fact that the show was almost unwatchable for two seasons, let's just focus on the finale... the very satisfying and heartfelt finale.
Low ratings make Liz Lemon sad.
The horror... the horror
We won't know who will be in the White House come 2013, but we do know who will play the President for the next few months.
If there is a seventh season of Mad Men -- which there most likely will be, don't worry -- it won't just be Don
smoldering sitting in his office alone.
DirecTV: Destroying your happiness, one channel at a time.
Get ready for some more HBO-level drama.
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