House on FOX
Posted 05 October 2009 - 09:42 PM
I thought James Earl Jones did an amazing job! I have to admit I really didn't expect that ending at all!
Posted 06 October 2009 - 05:49 AM
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Posted 18 May 2010 - 06:46 AM
I agree. I didn't like the whole episode. Very disappointing.
Posted 18 May 2010 - 09:04 AM
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Posted 19 May 2010 - 06:54 AM
Personally, I never like it when shows do a "disaster" episode. Too much time is spent on the disaster part and not enough on the characters who are what makes a show interesting to me. And obviously something is wrong with "13" and I thought more time should have been spent on that while not revealing what is wrong so we'd have a little more invested in watching it next fall.
Posted 19 May 2010 - 06:56 PM
I'm sick of Cuddy 'toying with' House. she's firm, sets boundries, he starts making progress and she buckles, which gives him back the power ..... I just don't like it.
Posted 22 September 2010 - 01:51 PM
On a side note i missed last seasons finale so i watched it before i downnloaded this eposide and i thought it was like a touching moment when he talked the girl into cutting her leg off and stuff, telling her about him and how it changed him, i hope cuddy isnt messing with house, but i dont think she is.
Season 6 is going to be good.
On a side note i laughed my rear off at the neurosurgeon all doped up, the dude was like "is he stoned?" lol
Overall 3 1/2 stars out of 5
Posted 03 February 2011 - 12:50 PM
Who can imagine a world without House or a least without a home? So far, the situation is a bit complicated for the outside eye but it’s nothing that has never been seen before in studio business. Basically, NBC produces House and FOX broadcasts House. Their deal will come to expiration when season seven ends and what’s left up in the air is whether they will continue with this agreement or if both parties will want to change the terms. In other words, will NBC agree to keep supporting the production costs and let House air on FOX or will they want more out of the negotiations? The peacock might also want to put House on their schedule considering its recent lack of original programs and ratings struggle. Furthermore, is FOX ready to bring more to the table to keep beloved House and avoid a move or would it decide to make it an in-house show and pick up the production fees?
What’s unfortunate in this situation is that House is not a shiny new show and it’s expensive. It doesn’t pull in the kind of ratings and shares that it used to after being on the air for seven years. Yet, it still does quite well and holds its own each Monday. Currently above the 10 million viewers mark with very decent numbers on the demo coveted by FOX, it provides the network with solid add revenues. Moreover, the buzz around the show is ever so present in the Medias coverage, with the fandom’s dedication and with the recent storyline. House remains the most watched show worldwide far from ready to wish farewell.
Luckily, the good news is leading man and indispensable star of the hit medical drama, Hugh Laurie, is already signed on for an additional season. But the rest of the cast is still awaiting details about their contracts’ fate. I can hardly imagine the show without Laurie’s valuable series regular costars Lisa Edelstein (boss/girlfriend Lisa Cuddy) or Robert Sean Leonard (best friend James Wilson) and no team to bounce of ideas to help him diagnoses his patients. This goes for Omar Epps (Foreman), Jessie Spencer (Chase) and Peter Jacobson (Taub). Olivia Wilde (13) is said to be back next year, and will return before the end of this season around episode 18 “with a very cool storyline” according to creator David Shore who will sadly let go praised newcomer Amber Tamblyn (Masters) respecting her choice.
Finally, what could keep the audience confident about the future is that each major TV players are positive that the show will be back for an eight season giving reassurance for the renewal. Good House call!
Will House find a home on FOX or NBC next season?
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