>Joe, could there even *be* a third season of "Jeremiah" without you?
>I don't know how this works--i.e., whether MGM owns the show and
>could conceivably bring in someone else to keep it going.
Sure, they could definitely do so. At the end of their day, it's their show,
and if there should be a season three, they would have no choice but to bring
someone else in.
As an aside...none of this should be taken as a diss of the coming season. I
honestly think that the second season is miles better than our first season.
It's more consistent, takes more chances, it's really a very strong season.
Thing of it is, you look at the quality of the work, and the amount of blood on
the floor in getting to that point, and have to decide if the one is worth the
other. The process is hard enough without others making it even harder than it
has to be.
And there we are.
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