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Meghann September 17, 2014 at 11:16 am

See that’s the problem if they all compete then that’s why they drop who cares what the people want to watch lets focus on the network well hello the network wouldn’t exist if we didn’t watch , the sad and easy solution would be to put all great shows on at different times so all can enjoy but hey guess the viewers don’t have a say at the end

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Ronnie Kelley October 13, 2012 at 12:31 pm

Why was the ” Biggest Losser Taken off. Is it besause of that man. Or the rating. Some of the shows on now I would rather turn on my PC till TV.

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MK May 15, 2012 at 1:58 pm

Dear NBC….Though I’m still mad at you for ending Chuck and cancelling Awake, at least you saved Grimm. But come on! WHY, please tell me, WHY does Grimm have to compete with FRINGE and Supernatural in the same timeslot again this fall?

Do you not get that these shows share an audience? It’s fine if one’s DVR can tape more than two shows simultaneously, but mine can’t. I was hoping at least one suit would wake up and say “Hey, look we’re splitting an audience who loves these shows 3 ways…which means we all lose a little bit. Let’s move Grimm to another night.” But why think about the viewer? It’s easier to claim low Nielsen ratings, cancel the shows, and replace them with fat people dieting or eating sick things, isn’t it?

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Noel August 22, 2012 at 12:05 pm

Watch them on Hulu the next day. :) That’s what I do if I miss an episode.

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