DRIVE

We watched “Drive” yesterday. It is not fantastic, but it ain’t as bad as many other currently active TV shows. And yet, even if it had a lot of promotion, it only managed less than 4 million viewers, which is extremely low for what a major TV network requires. I see it getting canceled within 2-3 weeks (it will be a miracle if it continues all the way to the end of the TV season this May). And this is surprising, because as I said, it’s not that bad of a show. Kinda reminds me of some computer products. Somehow they get popular, or their companies get bankrupted, even if you wouldn’t expect such outcomes while comparing them to their competition.

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