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__________________ "The guy in the CR-V meanwhile, he'll give you a haughty glare. He's responsibly trying to lessen his impact, but there you go lumbering past him with your loud V8, flouting the new reality. You may as well go do some donuts in a strawberry patch and slalom through a litter of kittens." Dan Frio, Automotive Editor, Edmunds
whats up with all these movie reboots as shows...??
Studios have been looking at more ways to monetize existing properties to add new revenue streams with ever increasing video on demand/streaming services and PVR use decreasing ad spot rates. So for example, WB has the rights to the already existing Lethal Weapon, so by producing a TV series and selling the distribution rights to Fox, its a new revenue stream for an existing property.
About 3-4 years ago, Paramount studios was also looking increase their TV presence but without the cost of starting their own network, so they went through their film properties and started producing and licensing out their film properties such as Minority Report & School of Rock for TV shows.
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