I was one of the lucky few to see season 8 of the new ABC comedy series.
I was excited, but the show itself is not what I expected.
It’s not funny.
It isn’t a social commentary.
And it certainly isn’t the type of show I wanted to watch.
I think it’s just a show about a bunch of people with very different views and opinions, and that’s not what it is.
I am not a big political conservative or a fan of Trump, and I think we’re going to have to work on that.
But that’s the point I want to make: I was expecting something different.
And I am disappointed.
But the fact that the show got a full season and is being renewed is good news for ABC, which has a long history of rebooting hit shows, including The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, in the years since its initial run.
It has been a rough few years for the network, and it has been especially hard on The Bachelor, which is the only one that I actually watch regularly, and the only show that has been renewed in the past three seasons.
The ratings are down, the ratings are going down.
The show is very hard to sell to advertisers.
But now, thanks to a series of good news stories and the outpouring of positive reviews, ABC is on the cusp of making the next great series, which will be an amazing time to be a fan.
I will miss the show, but I am happy that I will have the chance to watch it again, and if I can catch the show again, I’m hoping to be able to appreciate it.
So if you like comedy, you’ll enjoy the show.
But if you want something different, and you are looking for a show that is more than just a few people with different opinions and viewpoints, look no further.