Following up on my newfound job as the only blogger to give a shit about WSW, starting with that season 3 casting call and the announcement that MOJO is going under on December 1st, now comes word that WSW’s badass producers Scott Gill & Sean Skelton are looking for a new network to air season 3.
Their PR person got the NY Times to bite first with this article that says:
“We’ll be done with production in the next four to six weeks,” Mr. Skelton said. “We’ll be done editing the show probably by February or March.”
He said that the team is continuing to document the turmoil on Wall Street, and is committed to finding an outlet to distribute the series.
And with the optimism of stock brokers telling their clients to stay in the market, Mr. Skelton and Mr. Gill say they are confident that they will find a new network. “I think,” Mr. Skelton said, “we’ll be around for a fourth season.”
So, now is your time to be heard, what network should WSW3 be on? Choose carefully, we don’t want another MOJO situation when WSW4 becomes ready in 2010 or 2011!
(I told Dealbreaker my choice would be CNBC although it’s tough for the network to air a reality show considering the Wall Street they portray–one based on Buffett-like analysis, full of PEs and product reception aka the reason so many of their viewers are down 40% on the year, just like old Warren B. The Regulator–is very different)