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‘Cougar’ Doesn’t Have ‘Griffith’ Appeal

May 11, 2009  •  Post A Comment

“The Cougar,” TVLand’s ballyhooed show in which a 40-year-old woman throws herself at a group of younger men, is drawing lower ratings than the cable channel would have liked, the New York Times reports. The channel’s most popular show remains “The Andy Griffith Show,” the paper says.
—Jon Lafayette

5 Comments

  1. Once again, this proves that reality shows
    don’t fit on “TV Land”, i would suggest that
    if they want to air these kind of programs,
    put these on somewhere else or cancel them,
    which would be fine with me!

  2. Once again, this proves that reality shows
    don’t fit on “TV Land”, i would suggest that
    if they want to air these kind of programs,
    put these on somewhere else or cancel them,
    which would be fine with me!

  3. Once again, this proves that reality shows
    don’t fit on “TV Land”, i would suggest that
    if they want to air these kind of programs,
    put these on somewhere else or cancel them,
    which would be fine with me!

  4. Once again, this proves that reality shows
    don’t fit on “TV Land”, i would suggest that
    if they want to air these kind of programs,
    put these on somewhere else or cancel them,
    which would be fine with me!

  5. The “gray goo” syndrome is spreading, and I’m glad to see viewers avoiding The Cougar on a network that’s supposed to be dedicated to classic television but for some dumb reason wants to be everything for everybody.

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