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    Damn, that's a long time to wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrown View Post
    Damn, that's a long time to wait.
    Could be worse. Try waiting two years for new Sherlock episodes.
    "We still have some guys that haven't scored since Jesus was a baby" - Sutter

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob8880 View Post
    Could be worse. Try waiting two years for new Sherlock episodes.
    Yeah, that's not fun. The way the last Sherlock season ended also makes the wait all the more frustrating.

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    Glen Mazarra's Walking Dead departure might be all about Kirkman | Blastr

    We reported last month that showrunner Glen Mazzara had left under more or less amicable circumstances from AMC's hit The Walking Dead. But could the real reason have everything to do with a certain Mr. Robert Kirkman?

    Producer on Sons of Anarchy Kurt Stutter certainly had some choice words on the subject of Mazarra's departure. To wit, he quite bluntly stated that AMC had sent him "a gift basket filled with ... broken promises and the marinated tongue used to lick Kirkman's ass."

    Well!

    Not terribly difficult to suss out the meaning behind that oh-so-veiled comment, is it? Folks, when you get sacked, it is often best for all parties involved to make it seem, to the public eye, as though the break was a clean one. That, however, does not mean you won't grump to your buddies. We imagine Mazarra did just that with Stutter, who, in turn, felt no obligation to hide his personal sentiment.

    To Kirkman's credit, he took the high road on Twitter, publicly stating that Stutter "is brilliant and Sons is my favorite show on TV. Still, it's upsetting to see him ranting about things he knows nothing about."

    But that doesn't solve the issue of two big-name showrunners being ousted from the Walking Dead bullpen. Is it all about Kirkman? Could be. He does have an enormous amount of creative control. Whether or not his skills as a comic writer extend to the medium of TV, however, remains in debate.

    What's your gut? Is Kirkman behind Mazarra's departure? And who should take over?
    seem to recall some wise soul around here thinking that Kirkman might have had more to do with this than they were saying...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Glen Mazarra's Walking Dead departure might be all about Kirkman | Blastr



    seem to recall some wise soul around here thinking that Kirkman might have had more to do with this than they were saying...
    No frackin' surprise to me here ...

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    and now more...

    Get Blinded by New Walking Dead Poster; More on Glen Mazzara Exit | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    ...more on the whole Glen Mazzara exiting as showrunner situation.

    According to THR it turns out that instead of an agreed upon mutual split Mazzara may have been straight up fired. Says the site: “One source says Mazzara’s shortcomings in running the series during the most recent third season became “abundantly clear … especially for the second half of the season.” This source says production was shut down “several times” because of a "lack of material.”

    Mazzara has yet to comment.

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    The train is starting to come off the tracks ... I hope they can prevent the derailment ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roenick View Post
    The train is starting to come off the tracks ... I hope they can prevent the derailment ...
    That second thing about mismanagement clearly sounds like AMC leaking stuff to muddy the waters.

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