TV execs might say the reason is that audiences don’t like to see death (which seems a little odd after the successes of Six Feet Under, but … sure, network TV). A closer look reveals the driving force: “The real reason there was so little exploration of death in prime-time programming was that advertisers did not want their products associated with it, a connection that still drives some advertisers to pull their ads from news programs covering disasters and mass fatalities.” – Baltimore Sun

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