Which trend is most to blame for killing science fiction on network TV?
The plague of lukewarm Lost imitators
The army of Brits and Australians doing fake American accents (and mostly forgetting to act).
The writing strike, which forced a lot of shows on hiatus and screwed up production schedules.
The networks' failure to nurture auteurs like Joss Whedon, Ron Moore, Chris Carter or J. Michael Straczynski
The rise of reality TV all but killed scripted television in general, except for medical and cop shows.
They forgot to make it fun! No, seriously. Eureka and the Middleman are way more fun than the networks' offerings put together.
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