Emmy-winning Cheers writer Ken Levine presents a brutally honest and hilarious satire on the television industry

In order to keep his once-proud TV network afloat, beleaguered president Charles Muncie must keep his number one star happy. By killing his ex-girlfriend.

What’s more important? A human life or the Tuesday night line-up?

Network television gets royally skewered in this fun, surprising, suspenseful romp. And there are no commercials!