Despite the disruption brought on by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes the "official" broadcast television season kicks off in a few days, during what is usually referred to as "premiere week." Granted, that's an outdated tradition, but the networks are forging ahead, having cobbled together new schedules as best they can. Given what they have to work with, they haven't done a bad job … so why the relative lack of creative promotion, versus the usual annual activity? They still have businesses to run, don't they?
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