Cable has benefited from the broadcast networks mostly sticking to the tried-and-true and movie studios' reluctance to green-light smaller dramas, Mike Fleming Jr. writes. "Consumers clearly don’t want sameness," Fleming writes. "They crave different and edgy, and cable seems to answer that call regularly enough."
Cable is replacing movies, broadcast nets as place for quality content
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