Keeping pace with society’s evolving nonchalance about all things sexual, a TV comedy now narrows the focus.A new ABC half-hour series is set entirely in a fictional Manhattan bar and served with a twist: The entire first season chronicles 10 people in a bar on one night, moment to moment, drink to drink, with 13 episodes charting the course of the hunt. 26, is a comedic concoction intended to serve the dating demo.Would they spend that time going to the theater otherwise?Maybe, maybe not, but before, they didn't even have the choice during the Summer.But, considering more than half the show's fans are not watching it at that time and, instead, streaming it, or watching a recording later, it doesn't really matter when it airs.The bottom line is people will be watching and, more, many fans will be watching two, three times during their weeks.The MPAA reported people in this age group attended an average of 6.5 movies a year in 2016, more than in any other.
The multiple lines of attack, the array of poses and pretenses and outright lies have been previously inspected.
You can also take into account the show grows in viewership every year and more people will be watching in 2017.
is on Sunday nights at PM, not exactly prime theater hours.
TV has been in the trenches of the dating wars for years.
From the once boundary-bursting hookups of “Sex and the City” through the sexual mishaps and pratfalls of “Happy Endings” to the self-analytical and sometimes degrading pairings of “Girls,” the process of meeting and mating is always ripe for tragicomedy.