The TV Viewers’ Bill of Rights

Maureen Ryan writes a smart article in today’s Trib telling us that we viewers’ have rights – the right to have shows last more than two episodes (patience is the key…), the right to tell us when a show is being moved or pre-empted, the right to watch a show online and not freeze up (I’m talking to you ABC and Comedy Central), and more importantly, the right to have shows air continuously and not take six-to-eight week breaks so you can save your remaining episodes for the May sweeps (Heroes and Ugly Betty fans, you know what I’m talking about…)

And thus, Ms. Ryan presents The TV Viewers’ Bill of Rights. And the T Dog Media Blog agrees with each and every point.

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