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TruTV Cutting In Session To Two Hours A Day

There are 82 comments on the TV Newser story from Feb 15, 2013, titled TruTV Cutting In Session To Two Hours A Day. In it, TV Newser reports that:

Turner Broadcasting's truTV is cutting back on In Session, the channel's daytime court news coverage, according to a spokesperson for the channel.

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Phyllis

Atlanta, GA

#1 Feb 18, 2013
I am very unhappy that In Session is cutting to two hours.... I am sure your ratings are extremely high. Especially with the Jodi Arias Trial.. Could you at least wait until this trial is over and then the adjustment might not be so terrible for all of the
followers of In Session...
Phyllis Kurtzman

Atlanta, GA

#2 Feb 18, 2013
I do not think this is fair to all of your loyal followers..

You can at least wait until the JA Trial is over.

Truly this is unfair.

most unhappy..

I do not want to use my computer to follow these trials.
Diana

Bangor, PA

#3 Feb 19, 2013
What a shame..I only watch In Session on Tru tv..once its off for the day I never watch any of the other crap they show...I guess its just another instance of "too bad" for the loyal followers....wish there was something we could do to change this
David

Cleveland, OH

#4 Feb 20, 2013
In every other way except in authentic court trials, TruTV contributes to the dumbing down of American culture. With this insensitive reduction of coverage, the station loses its purchase on relevance and on "tru(th)". Now you can proudly say you are COMPLETELY irrelevant. Bravo for you.
Laura

New York, NY

#5 Feb 23, 2013
The only thing left of your programming that made your otherwise trashy station watchable for me was In Session. Cutting it to 2 hours is a ridiculous move - and during a cliffhanging extended trial, no less!(Jodi Arias).

How tragic for our culture that we will no longer have a tv station that presents our criminal justice system, our court system, to our people. You already harmed what used to be the far superior presentation by Court TV by cutting the show to just 6 hours from its original 10. Now you are going to 2 hours so you can show more garbage?

What a terrible decision you have made!
Denise

Oregon City, OR

#6 Feb 25, 2013
Laura wrote:
The only thing left of your programming that made your otherwise trashy station watchable for me was In Session. Cutting it to 2 hours is a ridiculous move - and during a cliffhanging extended trial, no less!(Jodi Arias).
How tragic for our culture that we will no longer have a tv station that presents our criminal justice system, our court system, to our people. You already harmed what used to be the far superior presentation by Court TV by cutting the show to just 6 hours from its original 10. Now you are going to 2 hours so you can show more garbage?
What a terrible decision you have made!
I totally agree with this comment. IS is the only program I watch on TruTV, and cutting it down to 2 hours so you can replay your other horrible programming is just absurd. TERRIBLE DECISION!
Madge

Washington, DC

#7 Mar 2, 2013
I cannot express how distressed I am about this. The drama and intrigue of live courtroom drama is unmatched. I have been a loyal viewer of In Session for years and years. Where else can we find this type of programming on television? What can we do to convince someone to bring back full coverage of live trials? I implore the folks at Turner to reconsider. Please.
Maria

Glenside, PA

#8 Mar 3, 2013
BIG MISTAKE.....WHY??????NEVER WATCH TRUE TV IT IS STUPID LOVE IN SESSION AND ALL ANCHORS AND ALL THE PUNDITS!!!!!BIG MISTAKE
sandra

Decatur, IL

#10 Mar 3, 2013
I agree with every one of these comments. I am even going to get rid of my cable because this is the only show worth my time. What is the matter with the decision makers anyway? this decision is disgusting.
sandra

Decatur, IL

#11 Mar 3, 2013
Denise wrote:
<quoted text>
I totally agree with this comment. IS is the only program I watch on TruTV, and cutting it down to 2 hours so you can replay your other horrible programming is just absurd. TERRIBLE DECISION!
I AGREE.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#12 Mar 3, 2013
HLN shows some of the trial...but, they are mostly all opinions and lynchmob mentality.....
Cathi

Mcdonough, GA

#13 Mar 3, 2013
I can not believe you are cutting In Session to two hours a day. You should change your station name because you are no longer proving tru tv programs. All you will be showing is re-run after re-run of crap. And of all times to make this change, you do it in the middle of the Jodi Aris trial, I mean REALLY! I will no longer have TruTV as a station to watch.
Jen

Cleveland, OH

#14 Mar 4, 2013
Absolutely horrible decision on their part
Mamabear327

Pompano Beach, FL

#15 Mar 4, 2013
Phyllis wrote:
I am very unhappy that In Session is cutting to two hours.... I am sure your ratings are extremely high. Especially with the Jodi Arias Trial.. Could you at least wait until this trial is over and then the adjustment might not be so terrible for all of the
followers of In Session...
Trutv sucks not watching trutv for nothing they are idiots! They have tons of people watching arias case and change i the middle this channel will shut down bc all they have are stupid shows and constant reruns

They ate too stupid to be on tv
csmith

Toledo, OH

#16 Mar 4, 2013
Hard to understand their logic...you have a sensational, ratings heavy trial and you cut the coverage right in the middle of it? For reality show programming no one watches? I don't understand, but I am done with In Session/Tru TV for good.
Rick

Oxnard, CA

#17 Mar 4, 2013
This is unbelievable! What is two hours going to do? They might as well have cancelled the entire show which they might ultimately do. What a shame.
pamela

Shirley, AR

#18 Mar 4, 2013
Is there ANYTHING viewers can do to change this? I will completely boycott your channel--you show only TRASH!!!!!!!
Upland ca

Diamond Bar, CA

#19 Mar 4, 2013
Stupid decision!!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#20 Mar 4, 2013
csmith wrote:
Hard to understand their logic...you have a sensational, ratings heavy trial and you cut the coverage right in the middle of it? For reality show programming no one watches? I don't understand, but I am done with In Session/Tru TV for good.
Do you actually know if their ratings are that high?
linda

Gastonia, NC

#21 Mar 4, 2013
big mistake going to 2 hours. i am retired and cant wait to see in session everyday. whose bad idea was this.............

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