TV Shakes Up Summer Programming The new summer TV season will include far more debuts and features than in previous years, say industry observers. Summer, long a season of re-runs, is increasingly being viewed as a television season of its own. Fox TV, for one, is offering brand new shows. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Bruce Fretts, a senior correspondent for TV Guide.
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The new summer TV season will include far more debuts and features than in previous years, say industry observers. Summer, long a season of re-runs, is increasingly being viewed as a television season of its own. Fox TV, for one, is offering brand new shows. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Bruce Fretts, a senior correspondent for TV Guide.