23 January 2013 1:56 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

TV has never been better. Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead and Homeland are setting increasingly high standards, and while some shows rise to the occasion, other less popular ones are dying a slow death. How many times do we become invested in a series only to hear that it’s been cancelled? Reality TV shows are becoming more and more dominant every year, but what are we, as viewers, doing to stop their popularity? We might indeed be living through the golden age of television, but are we being spoiled? Is too much of a good thing bad? Year after year, excellent shows are being left on the scrapheap, unable to compete with the aforementioned ratings juggernaut Breaking Bad or the hugely popular The Walking Dead. Are studios, in their quest for the next big hit, missing out on some truly original shows?

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- Barry O Halloran

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