Fox Kills Another

by Paul William Tenny

Fox is exceedingly good at killing their own television shows without giving them a chance to find their voice. Anchorwoman which probably deserved a quick and easy death only survived a single episode on air, but now Fox has taken things to the next level by placing one of their own new fall dramas on indefinite hiatus - before it was even broadcast.

With seven episodes of supernatural drama in the can, the network's executives have decided to take a look and decide whether to order additional segments, something considered unlikely.

"Amsterdam" stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as an immortal New York City police detective. The pilot of the series was directed by Lasse Hallstrom.

I was looking forward to this, but leave it to Fox to take "not giving a new show a chance" to an entirely new level.
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