I struggle with what comes next.
There were a lot of negative perceptions of both the genre and who actually watched it, that it's for geeks, it's all male and it's for 12-year-olds. So we had to embrace a lot of what we heard and then try to figure out how to change that.
Next year we don't have the Olympics, so we'll be going straight through first quarter. But it's a puzzle, and you really have to take a look at what makes sense for the show, build up your audience, keep them, but not throw in repeat episodes and then hope they're going to come back or remember that after three repeat episodes there will be a brand-new episode.
In Sir Sean, AFI has found a perfect honoree for its Life Achievement Award, ... A celebration of his outstanding work guarantees a tribute as entertaining as it is deserved.
We kind of own - and started - the trend of doing a special event in December. It's great escapism, and people are home and getting tired of the Christmas movies. It's perfect.