Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 1:43 pm
That sucks - except for Charlize it had a great cast.
Rock and roll can change your life.
Oh my good lord.Josh B. wrote:
Dibs on the steamy George-Micheal and Maybe scenes.
Several weeks before shitcanning me, the moron who fired me from my radio job told me, "You're show is like Arrested Development. And that show is being canceled because of ratings." Honestly I don't think I deserved such praise.Tim wrote: Fox is such a piece of shit.
Earl's getting good ratings. It's the #1 new comedy of the season. I covet Jason Lee's moustache.Sven Killer Robot Spacema wrote:I hope the same thing does not happen to "My Name Is Earl" and "The Office."
Besides "How I Met Your Mom" and 'Negros Insulting Eachother" on the WB how many new comedies are there? Calling "Earl" the number one new comedy of the season is semantics in promotion but I give NBC credit for being behind the show. They're running "Earl" marathons on saturday night to give people a chance to see it who miss it on tuesdays. It's lead-in "Fat Fucks Crying" otherwise known as the "The Biggest Loser" doesn't give it an audience match lead-in. I talk to people who see the previews and want to see "Earl" but somehow don't manage to catch the show. I googled the top shows and could only find the top 20 because I don't have the patience to find the top 100. Hopefully it's in the top 40.Jake wrote: Earl's getting good ratings. It's the #1 new comedy of the season. I covet Jason Lee's moustache.
It generally places in the top 25 according to the Nielsen's each week. But I don't trust the Nielsens ratings at all. But that's just me.Sven Killer Robot Spacema wrote:Last week Earl was 11th persons 18-49. Nice!
It's not just you. According to Nielsen 4 million viewers watched the latest episodes of Arrested Development . How many households speak for 4 million? I'm sure I could find out but I really don't want to know.Charli wrote:
It generally places in the top 25 according to the Nielsen's each week. But I don't trust the Nielsens ratings at all. But that's just me.
Word around town this week is that Showtime is in talks to pick up the comedy about a chaotic family. Sources stressed that the talks are still exploratory and that it would be a big financial commitment on Showtime's part to pick up the show in its current form with a large ensemble cast that includes Jason Bateman, Jeffrey Tambor, Portia de Rossi, Jessica Walter and Will Arnett.