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Michael Moore’s career dive continues with the news that his much-ballyhooed return to television is no more. Late last week, TBS announced it would not go forward, as announced in May of 2017, with Michael Moore Live From the Apocalypse.
Although it had a new title, this new show was supposed to be a reboot of Moore’s docu-series TV Nation, which ran for two seasons and a total of 17 episodes back in 1994. In 2000, Moore produced a similar non-fiction show, The Awful Truth, for two seasons on the cable channel Bravo.
Deadline - Show - Moore - Twitter - Terms
According to Deadline, the new show never came off because Moore is just so gosh-darned busy. Besides Twitter, there was The Terms of My Surrender, Moore’s anti-Trump, one-man Broadway show in July of 2017, and in September of 2018, Moore released his anti-Trump documentary Fahrenheit 11/9.
This “too busy” excuse is of course absurd.
One movie in 2018.
One Broadway show in 2017.
Plenty - People - Gum - Time - Plenty
There are plenty of people who can walk and chew gum at the same time, plenty of people who can spin more than one plate, and Moore has access to all kinds help — producers, writers, directors who can pick up most of the load under his executive direction.
Even so, even if Mr. Moore was too busy over the last 18 months, why pull the plug on the TV show now?
Moore - Announcement - TV - Show - Decision
What’s more, why not allow Moore to make the announcement that cancelling the TV show was his decision?
You see, that is usually how these things are done in order to save face.
Example - Movie - Lincoln - Years - Director
A good example is the movie Lincoln. For years, director Steven Spielberg was dedicated to making a film about our 16th president with actor Liam Neeson in the lead role. But once the project was officially greenlit, Spielberg changed his mind and decided to cast Daniel Day-Lewis. Out of...
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