Did You Think You Could Just Hate-Watch Whatever You Want With No Consequences? This Is Your Punishment.
We need to have a word. Let’s think back to the days of yore, specifically December 5th, 2013. That was the night Carrie Underwood and Vampire Bill sucked all the fun and life and soul out of The Sound of Music during a live broadcast on NBC. Think back to that time, will you? Were you one of the 18.5 million people that watched that night? Because whether you watched out of genuine interest or just genuine interest in a live fiery total disaster, the networks don’t care. You were money in their soulless bank. So now, as punishment for your hate-watching viewership, you’re getting even more garbage heaped onto you. Like a kid who gets caught smoking, and is forced to consume a swimming pool full of tobacco.
It had already been announced that NBC would be doing Peter Pan this fall, but now Fox is getting into the sh*t-peddling business (just kidding, they’ve always been in that business), and have decided to ruin Grease sometime next year. I’m sure this will be a production to rival a billion high schools.
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