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A&E Gives Thumbs Up to One Drama, Thumbs Down to Another

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 8th 2010 11:27AM
A&E logoIt's great to see A&E getting into more scripted shows and not just concentrating on reality shows and documentaries. But they're not just taking everything. This week they're passing on one drama but going ahead with another one.

The drama 'Sugarloaf' has been given the green light. It's about a Chicago cop who gets accused of something he didn't do so he decides to move to a small Florida town and become an officer there.

The drama the network passed on? 'The Quickening.' No, it wasn't another version of 'Highlander,' it was actually about a homicide detective who is bipolar. Sounds a bit like 'Monk' only maybe a little bit more serious? Anyway, we probably won't be seeing that one.

Like a lot of people who live in New England, every single time I hear the name 'Sugarloaf' I'm going to think of a cold ski resort, not a warm small town in Florida.

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Didn't Dick Van Patton reference this in Arrested Development? Sugarloaf...Sugarloaf...

February 08 2010 at 1:29 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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