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|PhoenixRising05||Jul 26 2008, 12:30 PM|
During the spring when not much was known about Days, I kept hearing that since Silverman took over, NBC changed their stance and now look at Days as a way to promote other shows and causes. Then, shortly after that, I heard CBS and ABC started thinking that way too, although not as strongly as NBC. I didn't hear many details. It just seems like the mentality has changed and that it's about just making money and helping the network. That explains why Days seems to be into all these NBC affiliated causes now and why they would be renewed despite the situation.
I'm interested in the ratings but I stopped using them as a measuring stick years ago. If they are good, fine. If they are bad, who cares. As long as my shows are still around, I could care less. That doesn't mean I don't want better from the shows I watch but I know in my heart that even if the shows did better, the ratings would not be much different anyway. As for the Emmy's, I was happy for Days this year but I stopped caring about those too long ago LOL.
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