Thursday, July 28, 2016
So, Why Didn't The Hopelessly Inept SyFy Channel Pick Up.... "Agent Carter".... For a Third Season?
"Blastr" - The SyFy Channel's right arm of all things Science Fiction reported the channel itself will never be - apparently laments..."Agent Carter's"...cancellation, and how it was not picked up by..."Netflix"...for a third season.
So, why didn't the SyFy Channel itself pick up..."Agent Carter"....for a third season?
I'll tell you why!! A few of the more obvious reasons come to mind...
1. "Agent Carter"...is way beyond the intellectual range of the SyFy Channel to wrap its..."Corporate Mentality"...around. It's smart, clever, and delightfully surprising. Everything the SyFy Channel is not.
2. "Agent Carter"...was monumentally expensive to produce. Way beyond the SyFy Channel's..."Bargain Basement / Super Discount / Clip Your Coupons / Brain Dead"....assembly line methods of television production in beautiful downtown..."Vancouver"...for its miniscule base of television viewers - "Uneducated Hillbillies" - The...."Maury Povich"....crowd.
3. The..."Corporate Home of Maury Povich" - (Comcast Universal / SyFy Channel) never has and never will reach such heights of intellectual greatness as even thinking about rescuing..."Agent Carter"...for a third season. It isn't smart enough to do so.
After witnessing with absolute horror how the..."Universal Studios Corporation"....utterly decimated the once great..."Sci-Fi Channel"...from the 1990's with terrible management...I gave up on any hope of how a legitimate Science Fiction channel would operate...such as greenlighting a television series version of Gene Roddenberry's...."Questor Tapes"....Ironically and tragically also owned by Universal Studios.
Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on Amazon.com...
And read the books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on Amazon.com (allowing them access to the book review section) and not actuattlly buying and reading the books.
I'll leave the other 150 locations under wraps for now.
Posted by Languatron at 2:12 PM