quarterlife

  • Quarterlife Might Not Have A Long Life On NBC

    Quarterlife Might Not Have A Long Life On NBC

    Quarterlife, the made for MySpace TV show that became the first internet show picked up by a TV network has bombed. According to Nielsen Ratings for Tuesday night, Quarterlife managed only 3.86 million viewers for its 10pm debut on NBC, compared to the fan resurrected but short second season of Jericho with 6.9 million viewers and Primetime: What Would You Do Now? with 7.6 million viewers. Read More

  • NBC to broadcast Internet-based ‘Quarterlife’ on TV

    NBC to broadcast Internet-based ‘Quarterlife’ on TV

    In the face of the ongoing writers’ strike, NBC has struck a deal with online show Quarterlife and will likely start airing episodes in February. The show’s creator, Marshall Herskovitz, wouldn’t reveal the exact details of the deal except to say that NBC is paying a licensing fee and it’s not nearly as much as what’s normally paid out for regular TV shows. Read More