Also, they were competing with the likes of cable television, not to mention MTV, (which was only expanding a large fanbase among that demographic) which had more freedom to air more risqué content.
I suppose that B&B, being a new serial at the end of the 1980s, might have been seen as an easier vehicle in which to push the boundaries than its predecessors, which were likely already being held to stricter standards.
Yeah, but B&B made it fairly obvious where they believed their bread and butter were. In the first episode, if memory serves me correctly, Ridge may have even stated that sex sells while grousing to Margo his disapproval of his father's conservative design practices.
Episode was fire!!!! It was jam packed with potential storylines. so many ways this show could go. It was a fun watch!!!
I really adored the main cast including Lil’ Muffin. Valeria and Naomi are my favorites, and I’m already obsessed with their Brooke/Erica inspired feud. Really bought relationships and bond between the girls. Great chemistry amongst the group.
the show looks beautiful. The lighting is awesome, nobody looks ashy!
I think it’s a huge problem with the show. The newer professional dancers haven’t been properly introduced. In the past, we had the two episodes a week, which gave them more space to do more professionals-only dance performances, etc. I almost feel like they should cut the cast to 10 or fewer due to the fewer episodes. It would feel less rushed.
Interestingly, DWTS beat The Voice on Monday in the demo and tied with 9-1-1 for tops on the night. The Voice tends to wane after the blind auditions, but still.