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  • "Perhaps the viewing tastes have changed, have evolved," said Brad Adgate, a TV analyst for Horizon Media. "There are ebbs and flows as to what is a popular programming genre or not and it seems like music competition shows have run their course. Particularly younger viewers are looking for what's next."

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  • Fortunately, "next-day ratings don't really mean as much as they used to," said Brad Adgate, a television analyst for Horizon Media.

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