From Anne T. Donahue of Yahoo:
5 Reasons ‘Satisfaction’ Failed To Satisfy Canadian Audiences
Earlier this week, TV Guide reported that after one season, CTV has cancelled “Satisfaction,” another Canadian show that — like “Picnicface,””Almost Heroes,” and even “Hotbox” — got the premature axe, leaving another void where an original, home-grown series could be. Why do Canadian shows keep struggling? Is it the networks, or is it the audience? Is it the series writers or a disconnect between the creator’s vision and what we as viewers see on screen? Well, here are five possible reasons why “Satisfaction” didn’t work out. Continue reading.
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