The entertainment industry has no shame about scraping the bottom of the barrel for ideas. When it strikes gold, it will suck a concept dry, flooding screens with sequels, merchandise, and— often worst of all—uninspired spinoffs.
In attempts to maintain relevance (and steady cash flow), some producers will go all-in on an idea for no other reason than to capitalize on titles and faces that are as established as they are recognizable. On one hand, it’s difficult to blame them – the film and television is an industry that needs to make bank like any other – but considering how poorly some of these spinoffs end up is a slap in the face to audiences.
On television, this happens all too often. Once ...
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