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18th May '16 11:20:57 AM dsneybuf
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* Live network television musicals entered a dormancy in the middle of TheFifties. Creator/{{NBC}} revived them in 2013, with a ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' telecast starring Music/CarrieUnderwood. While it scored high ratings, it took two more years for the medium to re-enter critical favor, when NBC broadcast ''Theatre/TheWiz'' to great acclaim. A few months later, Creator/{{FOX}} opened the door for other networks to stage their own musicals, by airing a warmly-reviewed''Film/{{Grease}}'' production that scored even higher ratings than ''The Wiz'' did.

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* Live network television musicals entered a dormancy in the middle of TheFifties. Creator/{{NBC}} revived them in 2013, with a ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' telecast starring Music/CarrieUnderwood. While it scored high ratings, it took two more years for the medium to re-enter critical favor, when NBC broadcast ''Theatre/TheWiz'' to great acclaim. A few months later, Creator/{{FOX}} opened the door for other networks to stage their own musicals, by airing a warmly-reviewed''Film/{{Grease}}'' warmly-reviewed ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production that scored even higher ratings than ''The Wiz'' did.
30th Apr '16 11:58:08 PM dsneybuf
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* Live network television musicals entered a dormancy in the middle of TheFifties. Creator/{{NBC}} revived them in 2013, with a ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' telecast starring Music/CarrieUnderwood. While it scored high ratings, it took two more years for the medium to re-enter critical favor, when NBC broadcast ''Theatre/TheWiz'' to great acclaim. A few months later, Creator/{{FOX}} opened the door for other networks to stage their own musicals, by airing a ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production that scored even higher ratings than ''The Wiz'' did.

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* Live network television musicals entered a dormancy in the middle of TheFifties. Creator/{{NBC}} revived them in 2013, with a ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' telecast starring Music/CarrieUnderwood. While it scored high ratings, it took two more years for the medium to re-enter critical favor, when NBC broadcast ''Theatre/TheWiz'' to great acclaim. A few months later, Creator/{{FOX}} opened the door for other networks to stage their own musicals, by airing a ''Film/{{Grease}}'' warmly-reviewed''Film/{{Grease}}'' production that scored even higher ratings than ''The Wiz'' did.
28th Apr '16 1:41:19 AM UltimateLazer
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* NuMetal has seen something of resurgence since around 2012, after dying unceremoniously in 2004. Bands like Music/{{Issues}}, Music/InThisMoment, Music/HollywoodUndead, Of Mice & Men, Music/FromAshesToNew, Emmure, and Saint Asonia prove the genre isn't completely non-viable like it used to be. Throw that in with various deathcore bands like Music/SuicideSilence, Whitechapel, Upon a Burning Body, and Attila taking noticeable influence from the genre. Add that with the fact that bands who previously abandoned the genre returned to their roots, most notably Music/{{Staind}}, Music/{{Slipknot}}, Music/PapaRoach, and Music/LinkinPark. It'll probably never be anywhere near as popular as it once was, but it's something.
28th Mar '16 9:33:50 AM dsneybuf
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* Live network television musicals entered a dormancy in the middle of TheFifties. Creator/{{NBC}} revived them in 2013, with a ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' telecast starring Music/CarrieUnderwood. While it scored high ratings, it took two more years for the medium to re-enter critical favor, when NBC broadcast ''Theatre/TheWiz'' to great acclaim. A few months later, Creator/{{FOX}} opened the door for other networks to stage their own musicals, by airing a ''Film/{{Grease}}'' production that scored even higher ratings than ''The Wiz'' did.
7th Mar '16 9:34:07 PM MyFinalEdits
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** And of course the most recent examples: 2009's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' managed to make the Disney musical popular again with critics, 2010's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' made it popular again with families, and 2013's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' made it popular again with everyone else.

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** And of course the most recent examples: 2009's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' managed to make the Disney musical popular again with critics, 2010's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' made it popular again with families, and 2013's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' made it popular again with everyone else.
7th Mar '16 7:29:20 PM hamza678
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See also PopularityPolynomial. This is a subversion of DeaderThanDisco.
7th Mar '16 7:28:44 PM hamza678
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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', ''Anime/DragonBallKai''[[note]]Actually a high-definition redux of ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', but has been praised for rapidly reducing {{Filler}} and the huge amounts of InactionSequence[[/note]] and ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' similarly, have relaunched interest in Shonen anime and manga in North America, after what could be considered a DorkAge for said demographic.

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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', ''Anime/DragonBallKai''[[note]]Actually a high-definition redux of ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', but has been praised for rapidly reducing {{Filler}} and the huge amounts of InactionSequence[[/note]] and ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' similarly, have relaunched interest in Shonen anime and manga in North America, after what could be considered a DorkAge for said demographic.
24th Feb '16 2:28:22 AM tolchok
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* R-rated comic book/superhero movies had declined after ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' underperformed at the box office, as well as studios believing that the R-rating was box office poison compared to the more economically viable PG-13. This sentiment was not helped by the fact that the few that did come out between 2009 and 2015 weren't big hits. But after a little film called ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' proved a critical and commercial success, there have been announcements from 20th Century Fox that their latest ComicBooks/{{Wolverine}} movie will be R-rated, as well as rumours that ''Film/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice'' will have an R-rated director's cut, suggesting that the R-rated comic book/superhero movie may be experiencing a resurgence.
22nd Feb '16 1:40:16 AM LDragon2
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* The turn based tactical genre seemed to be heading down the drain around the start of UsefulNotes/TheNewTens, until the one-two punch of ''[[XcomEnemyUnknown XCOM: Enemy Unknown]]'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' came out to near unanimous acclaim and commercial success.

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* The turn based tactical genre seemed to be heading down the drain around the start of UsefulNotes/TheNewTens, until the one-two punch of ''[[XcomEnemyUnknown XCOM: Enemy Unknown]]'' ''VideoGame/XCOMEnemyUnknown'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' came out to near unanimous acclaim and commercial success.
22nd Feb '16 1:39:36 AM LDragon2
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* The turn based tactical genre seemed to be heading down the drain around the start of UsefulNotes/TheNewTens, until the one-two punch of ''XcomEnemyUnknown XCOM: Enemy Unknown'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' came out to near unanimous acclaim and commercial success.

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* The turn based tactical genre seemed to be heading down the drain around the start of UsefulNotes/TheNewTens, until the one-two punch of ''XcomEnemyUnknown ''[[XcomEnemyUnknown XCOM: Enemy Unknown'' Unknown]]'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' came out to near unanimous acclaim and commercial success.
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