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BROADCASTERS AREN’T SUCCUMBING TO NETFLIX ERA

If there is a high point to Netflix’s status as the “cool kids” taking over television, it may be remembered as an emotional Chuck Lorre accepting a best comedy Golden Globe last month for “The Kominsky Method,” his show on the streaming service.

Lorre is one of the most successful comedy producers in TV history, with an estimated net worth of more than $600 million after producing shows including “The Big Bang Theory,”“Two and a Half Men” and “Mom” for CBS. Yet he’d never won an Emmy or Golden Globe, and odds are he still wouldn’t if “The Kominsky Method” had been on broadcast TV and with a more mundane actor than Michael

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