I saw a few of the many many new comedies, and I was not impressed by most of them:

The Times reporters Bill Carter and Brian Stelter discuss the many tanking comedies that had their premiere this season.

October 3, 2013
By Christopher Cascarano

Category: Television, Weekend

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2 Responses to “TV Talk: Comedy Catastrophes”

  1. VennData says:

    aka Lower than the Least Common Denominator.

  2. eastman says:

    There is only so much media that your can consume. There is a media overkill. Like the summer blockbusters which came and bombed this year, its time to rollback some media; just as we don’t need so much financialization of the economy.