For television networks, studios and creators, it’s the most important time of the year again: The start of the new fall season. For the next two months, your attention will become the prize in a contest between networks fought over different timeslots, genres and audience demographics (Is The Last Resort – ABC’s new show about the crew of a nuclear submarine that disobeys orders only to find themselves disowned by the government and at the center of a giant political conspiracy – too male? Well, perhaps the CW’s The Vampire Diaries, which generally skews female, can benefit from that, and so on). But with so many new shows debuting this year – Amongst them, Arrow, Revolution, 666 Park Avenue, The Mindy Project, The New Normal, Nashville and the latest Sherlock Holmes show, Elementary – on top of the return of reigning ratings champions like The Big Bang Theory, 2 Broke Girls or The X-Factor, how are relatively new, but notall-new shows coming back for their second year supposed to win any new viewers?The answer, apparently, may be Netflix.ABC has added three shows to Netflix’s Watch Instantly service, all of them series that made their debut last fall to enough critical… Read full this story
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