Grading the Freshman Class of 2010
In one season, broadcast television's
class of 2009 brought
us a pop-culture phenomenon (Fox's Glee), an instant cult-camp classic (The CW's
Vampire Diaries), multiple fresh new comedies (ABC's Modern Family and The
Middle, NBC's Community) and CBS' The Good Wife, one of the smartest dramas to
come along since The Mentalist. It also produced one of the most successful spinoffs in recent memory: CBS' NCIS:
Los Angeles, which sold in syndication for a cool $2 million per episode, after
all of seven weeks on the air.
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Justice Served from Grace
Talk meets high-tech court in CBS Television Distribution's latest syndication offering, Swift Justice with Nancy Grace, which premieres in high-definition on stations across the country Sept. 13. The show feels like a modern spin on the traditional court show, with Grace often acting as judge, jury and littigator. Unlike most court shows, there's no wooden stand, no gavel and no black robes.
DirecTV, Sony To Air Fourth, Fifth Season of 'Damages'
DBS provider's 101 Network succeeds FX as exclusive home to Close-starrer. More.
MartinBashir Leaves ABC News for MSNBC
Nightline anchor will helm dayside program on MSNBC, also contribute to NBC's Dateline. More.
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