This week were the television upfronts in New York. That's the annual sales event where the networks roll out their new shows in the hopes of selling about 9 billion dollars worth of commercial time to advertisers. Each network took its turn pitching its schedules, showing clips of new shows and trotting out stars, usually followed by lavish parties. John and Kim talk about what happened and what we'll all be watching come the fall.
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