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1996-04-03 00:00:00 - NwM's future - (ingrid@sherlock.stanford.edu)


Larry Hertzog wrote: > > So, despite this unusual "defence" of a Network executive (doesn't > happen often) Lucie is, to use a horrible phrase, "just doing her > job, just following orders." The truth is, had I known how to > reconfigure NwM to make it a huge UPN hit, I would have done it. I > *did* have a point of view and a vision, but not to the degree of > fighting for it despite the numbers. In the end, it turns out, I > didn't have to. It rang through almost every episode and, in the end > -- I'm glad. Personally, it was such a rare opportunity, that I'd > rather have *not* appealed to the lowest common denominator -- and > have the 20+ eps under my belt so I can go off to another series with > a little less guilt :-) Larry, This sounds an awful lot like NwM is history. Say it isn't so! Ingrid

1996-04-04 00:00:00 - Re: NwM's future - (porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com)


On Apr 03, 1996 16:44:30 in article <NwM's future>, 'ingrid@sherlock.stanford.edu' wrote: >Larry Hertzog wrote: >> >> So, despite this unusual "defence" of a Network executive (doesn't >> happen often) Lucie is, to use a horrible phrase, "just doing her >> job, just following orders." The truth is, had I known how to >> reconfigure NwM to make it a huge UPN hit, I would have done it. I >> *did* have a point of view and a vision, but not to the degree of >> fighting for it despite the numbers. In the end, it turns out, I >> didn't have to. It rang through almost every episode and, in the end >> -- I'm glad. Personally, it was such a rare opportunity, that I'd >> rather have *not* appealed to the lowest common denominator -- and >> have the 20+ eps under my belt so I can go off to another series with >> a little less guilt :-) > >Larry, > >This sounds an awful lot like NwM is history. Say it isn't so! > >Ingrid Sounded like a coda to me. -Alan Tucker-