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Review: New play tweaks TV's addiction to ratings

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NEW YORK (AP) — Does a broadcast network's idea of good reality television necessarily mean the programs are good for the participants? Absolutely not, in the cynical world of longtime actor Rod McLachlan's off-Broadway playwriting debut, the suspenseful drama "Good Television." McLachlan depicts a business where profit-motivated network executives ("the suits") exploit not only addicts going...

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