Thursday, September 16, 2010
As the summer comes to a close and the new fall season approaches, exciting times are ahead. We will soon eagerly welcome back our favorite shows and characters and make room on our TV schedules for new favorites. Like many of you, I am excited to see the return of my faves (most notably Bones, which returns in 1 week), and I'm still deciding which new shows to add to my "Season Pass" list on my DVR. Over the last five years, Pass the Remote has been covering many of those old and new favorites along with some TV news and specials peppered in. It has been such a joy to write my thoughts down about something that I truly love: Television. So, this is a decision I have not made lightly. At the close of the summer season, I will no longer be updating and/or blogging about television here at PTR. Changes in my own life (all good) have caused me to not be able to dedicate the time and resources I would like (and that you have rightfully come to expect) to updating and maintaining this site.
I will still be watching my favorite shows and might even post a special write-up from time to time if a particular episode takes me out of TV blogger retirement, but officially speaking, PTR will go dark at the end of the summer season. For those of you who follow PTR on Twitter, I will continue to post short thoughts and TV news regularly over there. For those who do not follow PTR, but would like to, click the link on the side bar or find me HERE. This site will stay up as an archive, so all of PTR's past writings will be accessible at all times.
Thank you all, dear readers, for allowing me to write about something that I love for the last five years. When I set out to create this blog, I wasn't expecting anything from it, but I have gotten so much from all of you throughout the years. Thank you to all of the networks, PR people, shows, actors, writers, etc. who have helped me along the way. A special HUGE thank you to the wonderful folks at Veronica Mars who allowed me and a small group of regular old bloggers to visit their set and spend the day getting an inside look at one of my favorite shows of all-time. It has been so much fun to do this blog and I will miss it. But, good things are on the horizon and a new TV season is about to begin, and I will be watching this one as a regular TV fan for the first time in years. When the summer season has officially ended, I will post a final goodbye. Until then, we have an all-new episode of Ice Road Truckers to look forward to this Sunday! We'll discuss on Monday.