What a crock. Studios always do focus group showings. This is also not a one off movie but a series of episodes and they would be stupid to not listen to all feedback. How they then best determine to use that feedback is up to them which is fine.If you walked into a major movie studio, tv studio, etc. and said "I'd like to critique your product. You should listen to me because I'm your target audience," what do you think their reaction would be?
Feel free to provide whatever feedback you want, but your opinion is worth exactly what they paid to get it.
Thank you Clay and team for your work. You are living my dream, and I would give up a lot to join you or do something similar.
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haha your funny, feed back is exactly why Clay and the team has sponsors in the first place. I deal with this stuff every single day. I was not being negative in my comment at all and there for do not need to be jumped on by people who have zero clue. I have not missed an episode from day one and the team knows this. To say that production crews do not do focus groups is false. Any kind of business that is continually evolving uses those around them to help determine the next step and how their work is being viewed. Be it Clays sponsors or Clay and the team, if they want the series to grow, they will have to find ways to keep the greater audience interested and not just the select few. Don't like what I have to say tough... Block me and move alongGood grief. Absolutely no one is interested in "feedback". Not Clay or his team, his sponsors, and not us. If they wanted a "focus group feedback session" from expert arm-chair media consumers, they'd ask for it. If you like the series hang out in here and chat about it/with Clay. If you don't, feel free to seek life elsewhere.... Its only a click away.