Your NFL team probably has cheerleaders. But this team's cheerleaders had a movie
made about them. And because they're from a place where they like to do things big, when that movie was broadcast, it was viewed on 60% of the televisions in use at the time
. [more inside]
After 14 years, a movie and 17 seasons Stargate has left our screens
forever- falling ratings
dooming it's latest incarnation, Stargate: Universe
, just as the series was finding it's feet
. But what would have happned had the series continued? (contains spoilers for show you probably didn't watch)
The Emmy nominations are out
and the news nominations go to the biggest story, September 11. No surprises there. PBS has 41 nominations and Fox has 0. No surprises there either. Does this say something about the news industry and it's ability to discern serious news from chaff? Is Bill Moyers a national treasure? Do you think perhaps Murdoch should rethink the direction of his media empire?
No surprises here.
Or are there? And just when the networks are separating the subjective wheat from the more obvious chaff, look what's waiting in the wings. Can't wait.