>>It's not that unusual for all networks to cancel shows they've ordered
>>before putting them on the air. It's just that you don't necessarily
>>hear about them. This is really no different than the company that kills
>>a product that's been in development before it gets to market. It
>>happens all the time. TNT is acting in a pretty standard way by killing
>>things it doesn't think will succeed.
If it were standard behavior, I don't think the LA Times, which has been
covering the entertainment industry since there's BEEN one here, would have
dedicated an entire page of coverage to the story....
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