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Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 20, 2022 Article

Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 20, 2022

Watched the Guardians of the Galaxy special. It was fun. Will probably pass on the Santa Clauses. I love the original movie, it's one we watch every holiday, but the series looks ... yeah. If you do give it a shot, I'd be interested in what you think of it. 

The Nov 13 Ratings Round-up is there. It has the Blue Bloods image, but the date is kind of lost at the bottom. Are you using a computer or mobile device? 

Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 13, 2022 Article

Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 13, 2022

@Charmedones_Prue wrote:
I know but bc of all this almost al the shows I like to watch (superhero kind) are being cancelled :(

Ahh yeah, it seems the superhero phase has run its course (at least on over-the-air TV). Disney+ has a variety of Marvel shows, and I wouldn't be surprised if Warners and Berlanti team up for something on HBOMax. 

There is still at least one more season of Superman & Lois, and CW execs are still promising to get Gotham Knights on the air in a few months. What happens after that ... who knows. 

Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 13, 2022 Article

Ratings Roundup for the Week of November 13, 2022

@Charmedones_Prue wrote:
So sad bc WB en CBS were one of my favorite channels. A lot of the shows I watch(ed) are from them :(

The main CBS network isn't going anywhere. So nothing to worry about there. 

As for The CW network, it was an amalgamation of two smaller networks (the WB and UPN) which merged in the mid-2000s to become The CW. All of the programs on the CW were produced by either Warner Brothers or CBS Productions (in as even of a split as they could manage). Even though the network didn't make any money, the production companies (Warners and CBS) did, through DVD sales, syndication deals, and the like so they didn't particularly care about ratings numbers or advert sales. 

Part of what NexStar wants to do is expand who they buy content from, in theory as a way to save money and make the network profitable. Time will tell. 

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