Name: Brian Frons, President of ABC Daytime Television
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SERVED: This week marked the end of an era, as it was announced All My Children and One Life to Live would air their final episodes in September and January, after 40+ years on air. We can thank the murder of a genre on the president at the helm, Brian Frons, who has spent years trying to eliminate the soaps. Instead of daytime dramas, we'll be forced to endure two more View clones focusing on food and health/wellness. I'm here to SERVE Brian Frons for ruining a legacy. I'm a business person, so I understand money and profits, but cancelling two soaps in one day (one of which that operates under budget, is cold-blooded). Was there ever even a consideration to do 4 episodes a week to cut costs, or how about 30 minutes instead of an hour? That's right- you didn't want to try. I'd like to know what "younger viewers" are going to tune into talk shows about food or wellness; I'd guess no. Brian Frons, you are the murderer of a legacy passed down over generations and I hope your talk shows fail and you end up unemployed. SERVED.
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