Quarterlife

2008, TV Show

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Pilot Season: Bent's David Walton Cast in CBS Comedy Pilot

Bent star David Walton will star opposite JoAnna Garcia in CBS' untitled comedy from Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

As first reported by Deadline, Walton replaces Bryan Greenberg, who exited the project Wednesday after the pilot's table read. Walton will play...  Read Full Article

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Pilot Season: Bent's David Walton Cast in CBS Comedy Pilot

Bent star David Walton will star opposite JoAnna Garcia in CBS' untitled comedy from Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

As first reported by Deadline, Walton replaces Bryan Greenberg, who exited the project Wednesday after the pilot's table read. Walton will play... read more

Quarterlife: The Bravo Marathon Recap

Well, the Bravo marathon allowed us to see the content of the webisode that will drop tonight online a few hours early, and demonstrated that the Bravo bugs and banners are even more annoyingly distracting than the NBC or even Fox onscreen ads. While the season, one gathers (at least on the linear video side), ends with an apparently successful attempt by the landlord of most of the characters to get court permission to shut down their apartment house, we are reassured that the web series will continue (though if it will take a seasonal break is unclear to me). Dylan notes that perhaps they are all now adults, something of a breakthrough for her in the series, and the emotional strains on the various friendships seem to be at least mostly on the way to healing...and Debra makes her reappearance at the end of "Home Sweet Home," the final installment of the Bravo group...something that has a little more impact, probably, for those who've missed her in webisodes for weeks rather than... read more

I must've been one of the ...

Question: I must've been one of the only ones who watched Quarterlife and enjoyed it. I can't believe NBC didn't give it more of a chance. I heard it was yanking the series after only one episode. What did you think of it, and don't you think the network pulled the trigger just a tad too soon? Answer: I guess you missed my review, in which I suggest the biggest mistake was moving it from the Internet to network TV in the first place. As a media CEO told Television Week earlier this week, "NBC has proven that content that no one watched online can also be watched by no one on TV." An exaggeration, but not by much. The numbers were so pitiful for Quarterlife's Tuesday tryout, even in the target demo, that NBC had no choice but to yank it before it moved to Sundays. I hated the fact that I hated this show (and I didn't like it much when I sampled it online either, but at least there it felt appropriate), because I admire the show's creators (Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick) so much. Back ... read more

Quarterlife's 3rd Life

quarterlife, as you might've read by now, scored Very low ratings for NBC in its first (and now apparently only scheduled) broadcast airing, and an announced schedule for the longform version so far as I know includes only a single stunt marathon, on NBC's cable sibling Bravo, Sunday, March 9 from 8a-2p ET. And, of course, the webisodes continue. read more

NBC Cancels Quarterlife

Just two days after Quarterlife's creator said that moving the Internet program to TV was a bad idea, NBC has agreed with him, yanking it from its lineup after only one episode.The twentysomethings-who-blog drama debuted on Tuesday night at 10, scoring the network's lowest ratings for that time period in 17 years. The show was co-created by TV vet Marshall Herskovitz as 28 eight-minute mini-sodes for MySpace TV, which were then repackaged to create six one-hour episodes.NBC's Ben Silverman said that moving the show to TV was "so worth a try," but that he had hoped for higher ratings. An NBC rep said that it may move the series to Bravo later in the year. — Mickey O'ConnorRelated:• Quarterlife Creator Calls Move to Network a Mistake read more

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Premiered: March 09, 2008, on Bravo
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Premise: Six creative twentysomethings attempt to build careers, relationships and friendships. Originally airing on the Internet, the series is anchored by one character's video blog, which reveals secrets among her friends.

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