It would do ViacomCBS a lot of good if they bid on, and won the lions' share of NHL broadcast rights for the next TV contract. Paramount Movie Network would be the primary cable outlet as it is in more homes than CBS Sports Network, and the CW would be used for most over-the-air telecasts, owing to CBS' other sports commitments.
As I approach the first anniversary of losing my father, I consider myself very brave for continuing to watch medical dramas, considering how often over my dad's last few years of life he had to go to the hospital.
Greg Berlanti should also make live-action versions of Scooby-Doo!, and Jonny Quest for the CW and of numerous other H-B action cartoons for HBOmax that would be set in the DC TV multiverse. (continued in first reply)
It's only a matter of time before streaming services commission original TV series produced and released as if they were broadcast network series (22-24 eps a season, released once a week sporadically between late Sept. and May, and 42-44 min. per episode for drama and 20-22 min. per episode for comedy, with spots where ad breaks would go, which would be useful if such a series has enough episodes for syndication).
Earlier this week, I realized there's both Chris Diamantopoulos (one of the modern portrayers of Moe Howard and Mickey Mouse) and Dino Stamatopoulos (writer, producer, actor and creator of shows like Moral Orel). For a while, I've confused them for the same person, likely because of the sort-of similar names.