The head of long-term reality show for Fox Broadcasting network, Mike Darnell, admitted that he took up all night or two last week and his Fox colleagues are concerned about the first two nights of the ratings for the show which is highly expected singing show "The X Factor."
A storm of promotion for some of them which is coordinated by Simon Cowell, the artist has blatant and the stars of "The X Factor" which enlarged the stress on Fox to get through a game changer in the ratings week of release on television.
As it turned out, which provided "The X Factor", a little anxiety, performing below the expectations of most (not Mr. Darnell said) with 12.5 million viewers in its first night, but the restoration of faith while its second episode held up fine, following closely the numbers of the first night.
As dominant as "The X Factor", the story was which provides only one of several plot lines that had animated television executives in the first week of the latest season. The two main themes: the comedy is resurgence, showing the reality, at least the reality shows of competition, may be getting the saturation point.
"It feels impressive which likely to happen in the comedy," said by executive vice president of strategic planning at Fox, Preston Beckman "And we may be seeing a change in realism. People recognize how to watch these shows nowadays." He said a few spectators which may have learned that they can pass over the reality shows and see what they need, "in about three minutes."
Comedy presented a case of renewed popularity with huge audiences for new and returning programs. Nothing was better than the revised edition of "Two and a Half Men" on CBS, which ride a wave of interest (or browse) in the output of Charlie Sheen's ratings typically seen only in the NFL football playoffs - more 28 million viewers.