Wednesday, July 25, 2012


James Poniewozik summarizes NBC's executive session at TCA: "This morning at the Beverly Hilton, NBC entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt spoke to introduce the network’s new fall schedule, with a message: NBC can no longer afford pride. Those sophisticated, risk-taking, grown-up comedies? Love ‘em! Not going to do ‘em so much anymore!" Andrew Wallenstein and Maureen Ryan also have coverage. Ken Tucker takes issue with how NBC described its comedy strategy, and Alan Sepinwall covers the comedy issue too. Lacey Rose covers the NBC party. Tim Goodman says broad doesn't have to mean dumb.

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