Friday, June 09, 2006

Entertainment News Tonight

billmon plays television critic:

"Over the next few weeks, insiders say, Pentagon Channel executives determined that while the Zarqawi Show still had a dedicated following of hardcore fans who would swallow any plot device, no matter how ludicrous, the series no longer made commercial or artistic sense. It was also believed that a spectacular and upbeat finale might lure viewers away from Haditha, the controversial docudrama now airing on the rival Reality Network.
Network sources say the Pentagon Channel is weighing a possible sequel to the Abu Zarqawi Hour, featuring an identical plot but a completely different cast. The network and Zarqawi have permanently severed their relationship, these sources added, due to "irreconcilable creative differences."


Blogger Cairo The Boxer said...

I hate it when great shows get cancelled by the networks. I'm still angry at Fox for cancelling Arrested Development this year.

10/6/06 7:19 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Haha, oh those "irreconcilable creative differences."

10/6/06 8:43 AM  

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