I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again (because when you blog everyday, some repetition is expected) — we are a big ol’ bunch of judgers.
But we usually don’t admit it.
Snaps to Vulture.com for admitting that they are doing just that — and really fast — about the new 2015-2016 television shows that are debuting during Upfronts Week.
They even called the article “Snap Judgments.”
While I know this honesty is fleeting, there is a little tear in the corner of my eye as I revel in it.
But the sad thing is, their snap decisions about the worthiness of these dramas and comedies will probably mirror that of the audience, and then that of the networks as they quickly jerk the programs off of their schedule when they don’t perform well enough after only one or two weeks.
These days, we judge quickly and fiercely without giving shows a chance to grow on the audience.
Although, without even seeing it, I’m not sure Supergirl ever had a chance.