CBS had its first new Monday night comedy block since before the writers strike. They were competing with Fox dramas, reality heavyweights (The Bachelor and Dancing With The Stars) on ABC and a whole host of new reality on cable.
Well see the official results tomorrow but I am curious as to how these shows will stack up in a post-strike TV community. Will people welcome their "old friends" back into to their own with open arms or will there be a kind of backlash. Have we moved on? Was 100 days just long enough for you to jump on the reality bandwagon? Or even worse, turn off the TV all together?
CBS came out swinging tonight, but I am crossing my fingers that they don't strike out.
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