Written by Knowles
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Topics: TV, Reality TV

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

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An aggresive CBS, (America), has created it's own television reality series call "Internal Culling"!

The plot revolves around murdering top executive's who take to the axe to murder show's such as "Cold Case," "Ghost Whisperer" and five other serial television shows.

According to a person familiar with the changes (which means no one really knows who dropped their guts, says other canceled shows to be guttered include "Numb3rs," "The New Adventures of Old Christine," "Gary Unmarried," "Miami Medical" and "Accidentally on Purpose."

The person, he or she or it, who is so informed, though don't forget wasn't authorised to discuss the changes publicly, spoke on condition of anonymity, which means he or she or it has a cone of personally issued protection.

Mr/Miss/Mrs/Ms or it whispered coldly "the wholesale axings came as a surprise, given the respectable ratings earned by some of the shows and CBS' standing as the most-watched network."

Now, removing so many serial show's no doubt has to leave the door to wide open for the many thousand's of other serial's, alas I'm sure we'll see the same old faces.

Let's see the brand new newcomer's - William Shatner's first sitcom, (as if he's new!), a police drama with Tom Selleck, (God help us!), and other shows to be officially announced by the serial axer's CBS soon.

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