In January A. Club head writer Nathan Rabin began My Year Of Flops , a twice-weekly series of essays about films that were financial flops, critical failures, and lacked substantial cult followings. It continued on after its original year as a book and as a twice-monthly feature, and is now expanding into My World Of Flops, a series of twice-monthly essays that expands the scope of the column to include books, television shows, music, and other forms of pop culture. Yet the Studio 60 Twitter feeds operate on a higher, more satirical evolutionary plane than regular fan-fiction.
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NBC gave the show tons of promotion over the summer and even partnered with Netflix to offer a special DVD of the pilot episode that they released weeks prior to the debut. Critics were mostly lukewarm to the show and viewers felt about the same. Tons of people tuned in to watch the breakout hit Heroes every week… and then tons of them left once Studio 60 began. Fewer people watched each week and it looked like Studio 60 was going to be cancelled late last year. But then NBC came out and reiterated their support for the show and even ordered additional episodes, enough to complete the season. Like many, the series took a break for several weeks around the holidays starting December 4th and has back on the air just since January 22nd.
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
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An NBC ensemble show that premiered in about life behind the scenes at a fictional sketch comedy show. No, not the one with Tina Fey. You're thinking of Thirty Rock.