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Monday, October 4, 2010

ABC Gives "My Generation" the Boot

After only two episodes aired, ABC has cancelled the drama that follows a group of 28 year olds as they reconnect tens years after graduating high school. I have to say, this is a good decision. I only watched ten minutes of the pilot before I just couldn't take any more. And you know I watched some crap for the sake of writing about it. The documentary style was just irritating. The only mockumetary style content that really works is comedy. Random insert....I just watched a mockumentary film last night about three couples competing for the most original wedding. And it's British. For laugh your ass off mockumentary comedy, check out Confetti. Ok, back to the devistating loss of this oh so prolific show. "My Generation" actually raked in 5.17 million views for the pilot, but only 3.82 returned for week two. Obviously, I had no interest in this show and their aaawwwful promos didn't help. They were tragically bad, but I guess they were a good reflection of the content. If you're looking for primetime soapy dramas, just Netflix the first few seasons of "Grey's Anatomy" and "Brothers & Sisters". Come on ABC....you can do better.

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