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May 4, 1991 | STEVEN HERBERT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The producers of a drama series scheduled to debut on NBC next Saturday criticized the network Friday for deciding this week to delete the opening scene in order to respond to what the network described as "certain constituencies . . . that would find elements of the opening dialogue offensive." They said that the scene in the "Sisters" pilot had been in NBC's hands for a year and had been approved for broadcast until objections were voiced by advertisers and affiliates.
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May 4, 1996 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although he's induced plenty among viewers over the years, don't look for tears from executive producer Dan Lipman about "Sisters" closing its six-season run on NBC tonight. He never thought it would last this long and, now that it has, he believes it's time to move on. "I think there is a life span of a show--it builds, it peaks and then it starts to go down," says Lipman, who co-created the show with Ron Cowen.
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May 4, 1996 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although he's induced plenty among viewers over the years, don't look for tears from executive producer Dan Lipman about "Sisters" closing its six-season run on NBC tonight. He never thought it would last this long and, now that it has, he believes it's time to move on. "I think there is a life span of a show--it builds, it peaks and then it starts to go down," says Lipman, who co-created the show with Ron Cowen.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 1991 | STEVEN HERBERT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The producers of a drama series scheduled to debut on NBC next Saturday criticized the network Friday for deciding this week to delete the opening scene in order to respond to what the network described as "certain constituencies . . . that would find elements of the opening dialogue offensive." They said that the scene in the "Sisters" pilot had been in NBC's hands for a year and had been approved for broadcast until objections were voiced by advertisers and affiliates.
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