The holidays are behind us. For those who have read my previous blogs, yes, I attended the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, and yes, I cried my customary tears of joy when the Rockettes performed their matchless battements.
The end of the holiday season means that we’re halfway through our sixteenth season, a near-record in a medium where the most popular TV shows of all time – “Mash,” “Seinfeld,” “Friends,” “ER,” etc. – have left the scene after seven or eight seasons.
As we prepare to shoot our Spring episodes, I can take advantage of this brief pause to review your responses to my previous blog, for which, as always, I’m grateful. As I’ve written previously, the greatest pleasure of this blog has been the opportunity to meet living, breathing members of the vast invisible audience in Bravo’s 89,000,000 homes, and the 125 countries into which we’re broadcast. So……
A warm hello from my study on a wintry Sunday night to Ulrika in Sweden on what I suspect is an even colder one.