Well, this is baffling. Fox is apparently dropping its Monday edition of "On the Lot", condensing the show to just one hour on Tuesdays starting next week. Fox's online schedule now shows the show being on only from 8 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, which will supposedly include both the viewings of the contestants' films and the results.
But ... how? When do we vote? Do we vote at all, or do the judges just kick someone off on their own? Or maybe we watch movies on Tuesday, vote throughout the week, then learn the results the following Tuesday before seeing the new films? I'm so confused.
I bet some other viewers are confused, too, and maybe that has something to do with the show's low ratings. After all, it premiered as a "Project Greenlight"-style behind-the-scenes show, then it morphed into an "American Idol" clone, and now it's shifting into this bizarre format. No wonder nobody's watching — at this point, we have no idea what the show is supposed to be. All that being said, I'm still totally pulling for it to survive.
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