Hi, my name is Geoff. I’m not sure you know me. I compete against you in Connecticut.
Over this past TV season, I’ve become hooked on “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.” It’s the best show on television.
I know it’s expensive and it’s not pulling the numbers you want, but most viewers wrote it off before it hit its stride. It’s so much better… so much more well defined… so much more compelling now. With a
little lot of promotion, it could reach its potential.
Like I said, it’s the best show on television.
I was just watching the episode entitled, “What Kind of Day Has It Been?” I assume it was the last one. All the story lines were tidied up. Nothing was left dangling. In an arc drama, that’s a bad sign.
When Tom found out his brother was alive, I cried. I think my crying pretty much guarantees I’d watch every episode of another season… and I wouldn’t be alone.
TV history is replete with shows that needed time to find an audience. “All in the Family” was #34 its first season on-the-air. “The Odd Couple,” “M*A*S*H” and “Star Trek” also had trouble catching on.
You have the chance to save actual quality television. HBO shouldn’t have a corner on that market. The power is in your hands.
Is quality ever more important than money?
All the best,
ps – I don’t really expect you to reinstate the show, but I still feel better asking.