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|PhoenixRising05||Feb 25 2010, 12:40 AM|
I think your right but they could've easily had a little blurb on the bottom of the screen like they used to do from like 2001-2004 or even had a voiceover in the day ahead previews say "Tuesday February 16 on Days." Days did that during the Wimbledon preemption last year. It had AS do a voice over on Wednesday saying "Next week on Days." The Wimbledon preemption should be expected at this point anyway and Days always seems to suffer in the ratings during that week now so it's not as big a deal that they promote it anymore. All this needed to be promoted better because Days had a big sweeps going on. It saw major increases and jumped into 2nd in viewers and now they could piss it all away because they couldn't make a single blurb on the bottom of the screen? Dumb.
I also don't think it's an "urban legend." I've read numerous people online complaining or noting that they could not find Days on NBC or that they weren't getting it at all on NBC. People are busy now to begin with so you can't expect them to go looking for the show or to watch it some other way that they don't have time for can't do. It's just one big mess and I will pleasantly surprised if they manage to hold on to most of their gains. We'll see though.
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