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|px780||Nov 3 2011, 02:33 PM|
I'm down for a slow burn when I believe it's high stakes. Here...white collar criminal, I'm not so concerned. Maybe they should've left him in jail. I also feel like appropriate pacing would be a couple weeks of taunting viewers about the truth, followed by several months where we know and the characters have no idea.
If the show gets canceled because they can't draw viewers, that's their own fault. They only really have to produce about 36 minutes of story per episode. If they can't hold people's attention through all of that, that's also their fault.
But the thing about the boards- people identifying specifically what they like and don't, what they'll watch and won't, is a frickin' gift to the people who make this show. If they didn't film so far in advance, they could adapt accordingly and use the feedback to their advantage. So I'm a little bothered when people are chastised for not vowing to watch everything presented at all times, because I think this specific feedback could easily be used to get the show to a point where people are less apt to say "I'm not going to watch because..." JMHO of course.
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