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Old 08-02-2017, 09:00 PM   #1
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Default The reason why most discontinued WB comedies need to be rebooted...

...in different networks is because:

1.) Some of the WB comedies fit and relate to the entire WB network, but never relate to WB president Jamie Kellner.

2.) Rest of the WB comedies relate to WB president Jamie Kellner, but never fit and never relate to the entire WB network.

3.) There is bad overrated relationship between Jamie Kellner and the entire WB network.

4.) The WB network is supposed to be real multi-genre type (comedy, drama and reality), but Jamie Kellner is considered more of both marketing executive and comedy president types rather than a real TV network president.

I know the WB network needs money desperately, but it need multi-genre type experience desperately at the same time. Jamie cannot lack both and, of course, the WB network was officially shut down because of him, TBH, IMO.
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I'm hoping Hulu will show some of the WB Comedies that only had a year or two since Warner Bros. has stock on Hulu now.
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I'm hoping Hulu will show some of the WB Comedies that only had a year or two since Warner Bros. has stock on Hulu now.

Hulu might help, in order the rebooted WB comedy versions to succeed by lasting longer without returning problems each at all.
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Another thing:

1.) Since some of the WB comedies fit and relate to the entire WB network, but never relate to WB president Jamie Kellner, then they should have been moved to a network which is more of an ABC Family type. That ABC Family network type should be like that WB network type, but that ABC Family network type of president should never be like Jamie Kellner at all.

2.) Since rest of the WB comedies relate to WB president Jamie Kellner, but never fit and never relate to the entire WB network, then they should have been moved to a network which is more of either an FX or IFC network types. That both either FX or IFC network types and either FX or IFC network president types should be like that both WB and its Jamie Kellner type permanently.

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Hulu might help, in order the rebooted WB comedy versions to succeed by lasting longer without returning problems each at all.

I'd also like to see the WB one-year wonders on Warner Archive page or Warner Archive DVD...
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I'd also like to see the WB one-year wonders on Warner Archive page or Warner Archive DVD...

Yeah, before they end up getting reboot in these two separate networks:

* FX or Spike or IFC types and either network should be more like a Jamie Kellner style

* ABC Family type and this network should never be at all a Jamie Kellner style.
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