2012 TV Shows: What's New is 'Old' or is it?

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U.S. audiences treated to new TV shows, that feel old - BroadcastNewsroom

From the article:

..."American television audiences are bound to experience a bit of deja vu this coming season.

As ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC previewed more than three dozen new TV shows this week, they sought to convince advertisers that they could offer better, fresher programs than the crop they introduced a year ago..."
 

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TV hasn't been new for a long time. It's all a big repeat, and when something new does come along, they don't give it time to grow. Networks forget that some of the longest running most successful shows in history took 1, 2 or even 3 years to really pick up steam. They just don't put the time into the shows anymore.
 
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