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Thursday, 23 May 2013 16:03
The major broadcasters were nothing if not tightly bunched in the May sweep, with all four separated by about 125,000 viewers in the adults 18-49 demo. The close finish shows that, at least in a month when none of its rivals gets a big boost from sports, ABC can be pretty competitive. The net may... Read more »
Thursday, 23 May 2013 13:02
"Arrested Development" (Netflix, Sunday, then anytime). The 15-episode, seven-years-belated fourth season of what was formerly a Fox comedy and now belongs to the Internet is not being offered in advance for critical review, so you know as much as I do. Apart from appeasing the critical community, and, as my wife pointed out, not wrecking our Memorial Day weekend by making us work on Sunday, there doesn't seem to be any reason to make it available. Public interest is already running high — higher, anyway, than when the show actually on — and the producers don't have to worry about winning their time slot, because they have don't have one. The whole series will become available at once Sunday, and then remain available, to Netflix
subscribers, something like forever; new subscriptions will be the only metric that matters. I don't think for a moment that this coyness disguises any sort of tactical damage control — given that the old team (who are back every man-jack and woman-jill of them) had an unerring sense of how to make this show, I suspect watching the new episodes will be like running into an old friend from whom the longest separation feels like no time at all. The third season ended not at a moment of resolution but of escape — escape is a kind of resolution, I know — with Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman) and son George Michael (Michael Cera) and Michael's father, George (Jeffrey Tambor), sailing off to Mexico; Michael's mother, Lucille (Jessica Walter), hijacking the Queen Mary to evade the SEC; and George Michael's cousin, Maeby (Alia Shawkat), who turned out not to be his...(Read Full Article)
Thursday, 23 May 2013 13:01
Poor Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and her injured little toesie! The gorgeous model stepped out in Cannes last night to toast Giorgio Armani at an Armani store event last night...
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