Disney could use an outlet for prestige TV. Enter FX.


Todd VanDerWerff reflexiona sobre el futuro de FX tras la compra de Disney:

Disney is unusual in that it doesn’t really have an obvious prestige TV player within its massive corporate monolith. Showtime is part of the CBS family. HBO nestles within Time Warner. Netflix makes creating prestige dramas part of its business model.
But Disney, for all its success in certain areas of show business (animated films and big franchise movies; family sitcoms and fast-paced melodramas on TV), lacks an obvious partner to make the sort of big, splashy drama series — think Game of Thrones or Westworld or Stranger Things — that suck up media attention, cultural oxygen, and viewers.

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