This spring continues to be a dark time for all of television, with lows hitting across the board. That didn’t bode well for the premiere of ‘NYC 22′ on CBS. Over on cable, HBO had their own struggles with the premiere of ‘Girls’.
Spring continues to cause havoc for the television ratings. The big story on cable remains ‘Game Of Thrones’, despite a host of Showtime premieres. On the networks, imagine a repeat finishing #1 at 9 on Thursday against all new competition…
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Things are very good for the denizens of Westeros. HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ returned for season two at series high levels. The news wasn’t so good for the other big cable premiere for the week, ‘The Killing’. That was was down from the end of the first season.
And honestly? There’s probably nothing we can do about it. The radio and television empire he’s created simply isn’t enough. What’s next, Mr. Seacrest?
The big story last week was the premiere of ‘Mad Men’, which returned from an extended hiatus to record viewing levels. Over on the networks, week two of ‘Touch’ raises some questions and the prospects for ‘Community’ continue to improve.
While being bored again by this week’s episode of ‘Awake’ — though less than with the previous two — a sort-of epiphany came to me about what’s going on with Michael and the two worlds he seemingly inhabits.