Here is a website you can EASILY voice your opinions about Harry's Law. From FaceBook, to Twitter, to writing a letter or an email. I thank the person loads for doing it.
Our romance with Harry's Law was way to short, we aren't ready for it to end. I mean really, it's national TV. But more than that it depicted who we were. It made my heart warm to see the checkered curtains, the warmth of the neon and the Arnold's drink menus on the tables. Something like this never hurts your business either. Just this week we had couples come in from other parts of the country and Canada.
I find it interesting the network was so ready to let such a high rated show go. They said it attracted too many viewers over 50 and the demographics they were looking for was much younger. I found that interesting since I am over 50 and I still spend money. I also own a business that sells to all age groups. Especially the demographics they are going after. I hire over 40 employees who spend money. And I also gave birth to a child so they could have their demographics. So the way I see it, the over 50 crowd is who they should be going for, maybe, just maybe they have it backwards. What if I only wanted 18 year olds or 25 year olds or only artist or only Judges? I don't think I would be in business very long. I also will take someone just buying a soda or someone buying a steak dinner.
I know in a million years "the network" will never read this and will never put the show back on because of my blog. I also know my life will go on, Arnold's life will go on, Katy Bates life will go on, it would have just been nice to last a little longer. This is the "fun" stuff, the "entertainment"
The producer called us on Thursday to let us know when the last show was. How classy is that? We are a spec in his universe but he took the time to do that. We thank him. If I could have an ending to the show it would be of Harry Korn and some hot guy getting ready to hook up at the bar. I as the bar owner come over and tell them to get a room. She looks at me and winks.
Thanks to the many people involved in getting Harry's Law to Cincinnati, OTR and Arnold's. Thanks Mike Listo for putting a little "Hollywood" into our spec of the universe.