Monday, November 28, 2005

Drama on TV

The success of high quality, original TV drama series in America is having a knock-on effect on British TV, argues Benji Wilson in The Observer.
The sheer volume of goodies coming up on channels other than Channel 4 or BBC2 suggests a new mood in popular TV drama - the men and women who make our small screens glow, the suits in dark towers, appear to have realised that quality productions can get at least as good ratings as a C-list celeb masturbating a pig, and they won't go to hell in a handcart for commissioning it.

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