• What Can Hollywood Learn From “Roseanne” Success?

    by  • March 29, 2018 • Television • 5 Comments

     
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    “It’s clear that ‘Roseanne’ resonated with audiences, and good for ABC for creating entertainment for family audiences who live outside of New York or Los Angeles. Our review of the show found no strongly objectionable content in terms of sex, violence, or profanity, and we hope that continues. Congratulations to ABC for bringing back a show that’s not just a re-boot, but one that families want to watch. Seems like a winning formula for future shows. It’s a pity that ABC has forfeited the chance for a powerhouse hour of back-to-back episodes of ‘Roseanne’ and ‘Last Man Standing.’” Tim Winter, President of the Parents Television Council 
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    5 Responses to What Can Hollywood Learn From “Roseanne” Success?

    1. VECTOR
      May 29, 2018 at 7:02 pm

      Now that Roseanne has been cancelled, I think that it is no longer a success.

      • Gabe
        June 1, 2018 at 7:13 pm

        Roseanne was canceled due a controversial social media post by one of the show’s cast members.

    2. bradley
      April 2, 2018 at 1:34 pm

      “#MeToo Wins Hollywood? Video Game Movies ‘Tomb Raider’ and ‘Ready Player One’ Are Sexually Tame
      Where did the sex go?”

      —Where do you find benchmarks for knowing if “#metoo” is in fact, leading to less sex in movies?

      “Whatever the impact of #MeToo or GamerGate on these films, they are better for having cut out the sex. Other movies, television shows, and perhaps even video games should take a lesson from their success. Even video game movies can lose the sexual elements, and be better for it.”

    3. bradley
      April 2, 2018 at 1:19 pm

      “Roseanne” is hitting network TV with the same impact “All in the Family” had in 1971. Except network TV was supposed to have learned some lessons since then. In a way it’s as clueless about the country it supposedly serves as it was in the 1960s, when TV was scrubbed clean of anything upsetting or controversial. Today’s television executive doesn’t want to be upsetting or controversial to liberals or any assumption they hold dear —

      —to: “PTC”

      —TV was scrubbed of “anything upsetting or controversial” because the advertisers thought serious dramas would detract from the commercials. If “todays tv executive” does not want to be upsetting to liberals, it might be because *ANYTHING UPSETTING TO LIBERALS MAKES PEOPLE NOT WANT TO BUY THE PRODUCTS ON THE ADVERTISEMENTS*

      —So telephone L. Brent Bozell III and ask him: “Does tv shows scrubbed of anything that would upset liberals sell more products than those shows that do0 upset liberals.”

    4. Linda M
      March 29, 2018 at 11:55 pm

      Love it!

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