Save Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Posted on June 15, 2007. Filed under: Jericho, Michael Durwin, movie promotion, NBC, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, User Generated Content, viral marketing |

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

If the fans of “Jericho” can bring it back from the dead, why won’t fans of “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” convince NBC to bring it back for another season?

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My Response:

I agree with Jack in his appreciation of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. It seems that broadcasters are so hungry for a show that targets the entire population that it overlooks shows that can attract a smaller, intelligent viewership. With that ideal it’s no wonder that almost every show on is so watered down, politically correct and intent on being unoffending that they don’t strongly appeal to anyone. I remember heated debates about Martin Sheen’s Presidential decisions on West Wing as if he was really the President (I wish). I highly doubt that Deal or No Deal, America’s Got Talent or 30 Rock inspire such thought.
The fact that a show can attract an audience that rarely watches tv is amazing. Has NBC considered that they just tapped into a new revenue stream? Maybe they should take a lesson from their own show and load up on a few reality shows aimed at the masses to counter a couplle of smart, contemporary dramas. I guess they could even play it safe and broadcast Law and Order: The TV Studio.


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Fans from around the world have banded together to raise funds for a full page thank you ad in the June 28th Hollywood Reporter. The ad is a tasteful goodbye to the cast & crew and also encourages readers to contribute to the Tipitina Foundation (the NOLA music organization).

Tommy Schlamme has approved the ad, as has Tipitina’s. We’re now waiting on WB but their publicist has assured us its a mere formality. We hope to have the ad up for folks to see in the next few days.

To date we’ve raised about $1400. Only $1,100 to go. Any mention in your blog would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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[…] to Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip before we even got to know the characters. I’ve commented elsewhere on NBC’s decision to cancel this fabulous show. I don’t get it. Another how with a […]

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