I don't know about you but a lot of the TV shows I enjoyed ended up getting canned in the last year. Shows like Defying Gravity, Dollhouse, Terminator Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Unit, Kings, Eleventh Hour could in 2009 no longer please the American public....
Shows like Defying Gravity, Eleventh Hour, Kings and Dollhouse require more of the viewing public than just sitting there and absorbing it like a sponge or take slightly longer to gain momentum and can clearly no longer please the viewing public.
Where will 2010 go TV wise? Will we end up with more Reality Shows and more shallow TV shows that please the biggest common denominator or will 2010 be the turn point?
Season 5/1/whatever of Doctor Who looks promising. Maybe the Moff will lead us to the promised land. (Or at least, some decent Saturday night fantasy.)
Posted: 19:12 Jan 29 2010
Samanfur "The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense." - Tom Clancy
Given the way that people forget that Moff was at least as keen on randomly turning The Doctor into an intergalactic James Bond (Girl in the Fireplace, anyone? The Doctor Dances? And whose idea was River Song?) as he was on writing things like Blink, I want to believe that we've turned a corner.
But then I see cast interviews on how Matt Smith thinks Amy is "the sexiest companion ever" and everyone hyping up how their relationship explores "love" between the pair, and I remain unconvinced.