DAVID BIANCULLI

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NOEL HOLSTON

 
 
2010
Nov
2
 
 
For the past several months I've read critics and reviewers writing about how this was maybe the worst new season in broadcast history...You can buy a decent TV for about $500, and it'll last about 10 years. That's about $50 a year. The problem seems to be that people (especially critics and reviewers) expect about $50 a night of entertainment...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2010
Sep
21
 
 
As a relatively unknown quantity, I thought my inaugural piece should give some indication as to where I'm coming from. To that end -- I believe that television was much better in the '50s. Not programming, television viewing. When there was a single TV in the household, kids were often forced to watch what their parents wanted to watch...