Kromm September 11, 2014 Share September 11, 2014 Some shows age better than others. Here's a place to talk about all aspects of that. Effective strategies for dealing with an aging show. Mistakes shows make in dealing with getting old. Examples of shows that aged well. Examples of shows that aged badly. Should a show ever bow out due to age, even if it's still getting good ratings? Does a show risk damaging it's future legacy if it allows itself to go on past it's prime (and I mean in terms of later marketability--long term dollars vs. short-term ones)? Link to comment
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