Oh, no! Not live-action dramas! Not only that, but they mentioned one REALITY SHOW ("Top Chef for Kids", formerly "Top Chef Junior")! I won't play the Psycho Strings yet, though. OTOH, if they start (seemingly) relying more on those kinds of shows (live-action dramas and reality shows, I mean), then, IMHO, there will be a problem. Really, the last thing this network needs is to become Bravo lite (which is unfortunate, since Bravo used to be "The Film and Arts Network"), or even USA Network lite (which is both unfortunate, and ironic, since USA used to have a block called the "Cartoon Express"). I repeat: I'm willing to give this network the benefit of the doubt. It is my hope that they will have many different kinds of shows, and not ultimately rely on one type of show, or even one specific show. To put it another way, I'm hoping that they will learn from the other (nameless) networks' mistakes.