Television sells its wares at the Upfronts

May 20, 2010

Upfront Week is part circus, part dog-and-pony show, and all business as television broadcast networks present their fall shows to advertisers in the hopes of snagging the big money deals. With CBS highlighting five new series, ABC trying hard to fill the void left by “Lost,” and NBC overhauling the 10 o’clock slot once again, it’s anybody’s guess what the public will watch as the programs roll out next season. Variety’s chief TV critic, Brian Lowry, sorts out the good, the maybes, and the – oh, don’t bothers.

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