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Person Of Interest
#81
Nope, airs next Monday, two eps on Tuesday, then Monday and Tuesday, then 3 eps every Tuesday until finished.

All listed here on IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1839578/epis...t_eps_sn_5
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#82
The showing of these episodes are like being rushed to finished Season 5 so quickly. Oh boy...
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#83
Nothing unusual. Quite a few shows finished season with double eps on final night.
Showing POI close together may also be used to keep interest high.
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#84
To be honest I'm much prefer 13 episodes series. Anything beyond is just filler. This way, it forces the writers to put out a tighter script and tell the story that matter. Most shows came in with a simple concept and expand from there. Sometimes writers get carry away and let their creativity run wild and can't find their way back the focal point of the story and characters. Every frame of a scene or character that linger for a second longer should convey something to the audience not just because the director needs to make up a 40 minute episode in a neatly package for the network to bring in ad revenue.
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#85
Some shows can have longer seasons and keep up the pace. ie: NCIS. Others could go shorter to 10 eps.
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(22-05-2016, 12:15 AM)bambinoitaliano Wrote: To be honest I'm much prefer 13 episodes series. Anything beyond is just filler. This way, it forces the writers to put out a tighter script and tell the story that matter. Most shows came in with a simple concept and expand from there. Sometimes writers get carry away and let their creativity run wild and can't find their way back the focal point of the story and characters. Every frame of a scene or character that linger for a second longer should convey something to the audience not just because the director needs to make up a 40 minute episode in a neatly package for the network to bring in ad revenue.

Bambi, do you work in television or some related field? You seem to have lots of insight into this.
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(22-05-2016, 07:38 AM)DickLewis13 Wrote: Some shows can have longer seasons and keep up the pace. ie: NCIS. Others could go shorter to 10 eps.

So as Criminal Minds
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#88
Bambino used to be a storyline writer for CBS shows, he just got sacked for using and promoting BlackBerry! Lmfao!

For all they care, CBS is heavy on iCrap and CrapDroid devices on their TV series. :-)
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(22-05-2016, 01:43 PM)james pisano Wrote: Bambi, do you work in television or some related field? You seem to have lots of insight into this.

Nah just a film student once upon a time that was force to dissect it like a frog in a biology class.  Tounge
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(22-05-2016, 05:54 PM)HYMAN Wrote: Bambino used to be a storyline writer for CBS shows, he just got sacked for using and promoting BlackBerry! Lmfao!

For all they care, CBS is heavy on iCrap and CrapDroid devices on their TV series. :-)

Shhhhh...... you are close to revealing my identity and I'm gonna have to quit utb Mad
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