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  1. Francis
    June 13, 2017

    In the end it always comes down to the financial aspect of the business. Sometimes I wonder if gays are not supporting of gay shows or if we are just enough to keep the viewership up. Maybe the networks need to start creating great shows on a budget. I wonder how Drag Race has managed to survive this long

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    • ambivalentone
      June 13, 2017

      RuPaul doesn’t carry cast n crew round the world and is sponsored big time by dem beauty companies…and still prolly has more or less the same views as Sens8

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      • Francis
        June 13, 2017

        No shade but the beauty brands on the show aren’t the major(popular) ones. Gay themed sitcoms no dey carry cast and crew up and down but they are still getting shutdown after a pilot, a season or 2 seasons

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      • Colossus
        June 13, 2017

        That’s because those sitcoms were genuinely not funny. They relied on gay stereotypes and repulsive gags instead of actual laugh out loud jokes. Will and grace worked because it was genuinely funny, still is after how many years.

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      • Francis
        June 13, 2017

        😒😒😒😒 we are clearly watching different shows cause I find them funny. Laugh out loud sitcoms don’t really tackle important issues in my opinion.

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      • Pink Panther
        June 13, 2017

        What shows are these biko? The only LGBT shows I know of, off the cuff, are Will and Grace, Sense8 and Looking. Anyone else out there?

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      • Francis
        June 13, 2017

        There was the new normal, partners and recently the real oneals

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      • Pink Panther
        June 13, 2017

        Oh right! The Real Oneals. That was a good show. I was really stunned by its cancellation

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      • Colossus
        June 13, 2017

        The new normal and Partners were not particularly funny, those are the two shows I watched. I wasn’t surprised when they got cancelled. We don’t really have a lot of shows out there so we cling to the few ones that come along, watching even when they are shoddy. It shouldn’t be so. Want to make a good show, then make a good show. Not throw in gay stereotypes around hoping the gay population will tune in and keep the show alive.

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      • Francis
        June 13, 2017

        Warreva. They were funny to me. All of you people with over refined sense of humor sef 😒😒😒

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  2. Mandy
    June 13, 2017

    So Sense8 really isn’t coming back… 🙁

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  3. Colossus
    June 13, 2017

    It all boils down to the numbers, if the ratings and total number of viewers are low, show will get cancelled.

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