Mike Snider USA TODAY Published 8:46 AM EDT Sep 17, 2018 The arrival of the new fall TV season used to be a big thing. However, with more viewers cutting and shaving the pay-TV cord – and some simply bypassing traditional pay TV for broadband-delivered content – the major networks have seen their hold on audiences diminished. These days, new TV shows arrive and returning series hit throughout the year on a growing variety of channels. For instance, Season 2 of Netflix’s “Ozark” landed two weeks ago, the same day Amazon Prime Video launched “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.” And Hulu just fired off its newest series “The First” with Sean Penn. “A lot of the luster of the fall lineup has basically gone,” said Rob Silvershein, a former TV executive with Plano, Texas, research firm The Diffusion Group. As viewers have gone from digital video recorders to streaming video on Netflix and Amazon, “the excitement of the fall season is disappearing,” he said. “It’s really more about the program. It’s not about the networks.” Still, to see the latest episodes of returning fall series – such as “The Big Bang Theory (CBS),” “Empire (Fox),” “This Is Us (NBC)” and “The Good Doctor (ABC)” – you will want… Read full this story
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