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View Poll Results: Do you think television shows are more popular if it's based on another show? (AKA a spin-off)
Yes 3 37.50%
No 5 62.50%
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Please Vote: TV poll - November 26th 2009, 03:52 AM

Hi there.
I'm conducting a survey for school.
The question is:

Do you think TV shows are more popular because they're a version of other shows (ex. American Idol, which is based on Pop Idol)? Yes or No and why?

Thanks for your help!

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Re: Please Vote: TV poll - November 26th 2009, 05:01 AM

Other than the one you mentioned, the only one I can think of right now is Joey, the spin off for Friends. I'm not sure about the viewings it got, but for me, I was really excited for a while, because I wanted Friends to keep going, but it just wasn't the same without the rest of the cast. So I guess I'd say that at first they're more popular, but after a while there's just something lacking.


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Re: Please Vote: TV poll - November 26th 2009, 08:08 AM

i think it depends on the show - but i voted yes. if people already know and like the show it's based on they're more likely to tune in to watch the new show i'm guessing.


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Re: Please Vote: TV poll - November 26th 2009, 03:42 PM

I voted no, just because I think that some shows aren't really spin-offs. I mean, there are only so many topics you can make a show about that people will watch.
   
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