Originally Posted by VisionOn
So ... I guess ratings will get lower as it is bounced around the schedules to eventually burn off in a forgotten timeslot?
Monday had been advertised as a special preview slot, and tomorrow night (Thursday) it enters its regular time slot. Hopefully it will remain there since, at least at this moment, my recording schedule for Thursday nights is pretty light.
But back to your point: I really don't like special premiere night and then a change in day, not just the time, of the show. And I hate it when a show bounces days and hours, sometimes skipping a week or six, and then gets cut off mid-story due to low ratings. (I am thinking of you, NBC, and Dark Skies (1996-1997).)
Originally Posted by HDMe2
I actually laughed out loud a couple of times... wasn't expecting that. Also, there was a "Pushing Daisies" vibe to it... the vibrant colors and the direction/camera angles at times...
That's right! And it has a certain unreal quality to it. (Why not? If someone was high on mushrooms and got 92% of it correct, it would have a certain hallucinational reality to it.)
I found the show somewhat funny, funny enough to keep on recording it for the present. And with a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49, at least initially, it looks good for The Good Place.