The poster seems to suggest that unless you conduct audience surveys, market analyses, or have extensive experience as an executive television producer, then you can't make predictions about the future of television shows on internet forums. Presumably, we are supposed to agree that basing your predictions on nothing save your everyday life experience with people and on your own preferences with regard to television shows is wrong. I'm not even going to comment on how reasonable this is, I'll just let the other readers of this thread decide for themselves.
Here the poster is suggesting that my prediction is an expression of a sense of entitlement when it is in fact nothing more than a mere prediction. This is a very uncharitable reading of my post. Just to clarify, I insist that I have no sense of entitlement about this television show or the books it is based on. I simply expect people in general to become less interested if they devote one season each for AFFC and ADWD. I meant nothing more and nothing less. I'm not sure why this warrants such a hostile reaction. If the prediction in question turns out to be wrong, I'll be happy to admit it.
You're welcome and thanks for reading!
Edited by Andrés Garcia, 14 March 2012 - 10:42 AM.