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My So-called Life Creators Taking to the 'Net

Sick and tired of being bossed around by network suits, Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick — the guys behind thirtysomething and My So-called Life — have decided to broadcast their new series, the post-college drama Quarterlife, exclusively on MySpace.com (starting Nov. 11). Did I say "new show"? It's not entirely new. It aired once on ABC in 2005, then got yanked after its makers clashed with Alphabet brass. This time around, however, there are 35 more episodes at the ready. Can Cavemen say that?

Matt Mitovich

Sick and tired of being bossed around by network suits, Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick - the guys behind thirtysomething and My So-called Life - have decided to broadcast their new series, the post-college drama Quarterlife, exclusively on MySpace.com (starting Nov. 11). Did I say "new show"? It's not entirely new. It aired once on ABC in 2005, then got yanked after its makers clashed with Alphabet brass. This time around, however, there are 35 more episodes at the ready. Can Cavemen say that?