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NBC Picks Up Magnum P.I.


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Frankly, the cancellation on CBS made little sense. I have to wonder whether, given it’s a coproduction between CBS Studios and Universal, that CBS felt like NBC should have to pay to air it for a few seasons to get it to syndication friendly 100 episodes since they’ll ultimately split the revenue long term. 

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