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MACKerMD

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Message Posted On Sunday, December 9th 2012 at 1:54 am
Episode 10 has aired and now we have to wait until late march 2013. That's a hiatus of 5 months.

Could this be the beginning of the end like with most shows, that were up less than 2 months, idled for 4-6 months before coming back and -everybody- lost interest in the show?!

It was a slow-pasting storyline in the first place, but to wait for 4 months will certainly lose a lot of potential viewers that will now look forward to other shows that would love to have a big(ger) audience.

What do you think? Am I wrong here?
tvaholic

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Message Posted On Sunday, December 9th 2012 at 3:10 am
Maybe it will be like "Oh yeah, this show!" and we will all like it again. Or they will promo the heck out of it until the 4 months are over as to not forget.
adrianz25

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Message Posted On Monday, March 25th 2013 at 3:53 pm
yeah, I figured NBC is trying an absence makes the heart grow fonder type of plan, as they did the same thing with Grimm, and it seems to be doing pretty well.

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