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Cable again took center stage with season premieres for ‘True Blood’, ‘Burn Notice’, and Suits, along with series premieres for ‘Bunheads’ and ‘Dallas’. On the broadcast networks, if the NBA and the NHL played football, the score would be 35 to 10.
In which Christina Furtado comes to terms with the fact that the ‘Mad Men’ style of storytelling has changed from subtle to in-your-face. Will this be the way the show looks in future seasons, or does the finale give us any hope of a return to the show’s old ways?
Cable took center stage with nine big premieres and some very encouraging finale numbers for HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’. On the broadcast networks, NBC remains at the head of the class thanks to ‘America’s Got Talent.’
Trudy said it best. After a very dark and gloomy season, ‘Mad Men’ has come to end for another year. Unlike years past, the show delivered a quiet, and mostly uneventful finale.
No surprise on the networks as ‘America’s Got Talent’ takes over as the number one show for the summer. But there was a huge surprise on cable where History’s ‘Hatfields & McCoys’ topped everything else on television.
After a bleak turn last week, ‘Mad Men’ continued down the path with an even bleaker turn. Can the writers give us any ray of hope before the end of the season?
Finale week wasn’t exactly great for some of the older reality shows. ‘Idol’, ‘Dancing WIth The Stars’, and ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ were all up. But they were all at series low levels for their finales.