What worked/didn't work on our favorite shows last season

As we head into the thick of fall TV premieres, the Zap2it team reflected on the past year of TV and picked out certain moments where our favorite shows took risks.
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Sometimes those risks worked out, but other times it did not work at all. From "Mad Men's" agency merger, to a "Hart of Dixie" infidelity, to "The Voice" judge switcheroos, to a fatal car crash storyline on "Homeland," to stunt castings on "Smash," these are just a few examples of things that worked and didn't work on our favorite shows last season, and how shows can learn from that for this season.
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<i>-- Zap2it team</i>
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As we head into the thick of fall TV premieres, the Zap2it team reflected on the past year of TV and picked out certain moments where our favorite shows took risks.

Sometimes those risks worked out, but other times it did not work at all. From "Mad Men's" agency merger, to a "Hart of Dixie" infidelity, to "The Voice" judge switcheroos, to a fatal car crash storyline on "Homeland," to stunt castings on "Smash," these are just a few examples of things that worked and didn't work on our favorite shows last season, and how shows can learn from that for this season.

-- Zap2it team

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