On paper, it appears that each of the Big Four networks is on track to shoot about 40 to 50 pilots for the 2014-15 development cycle — numbers that are, of course preposterous.
From the October 22, 2013 issue of Variety
The broadcast nets have managed to loop this pay cable fangirl back into their primetime lineups, after some attitude-adjustment on my part.
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