When a show creator thinks about distribution methods “then you’re not doing your job,” the executive producer told Bloomberg Television’s Trish Regan on Street Smart. “At the end of the day you have to be truthful to the characters and the story.” But Steven Levitan recognizes that platforms have different demands. “If we were doing a show about dating, we would want to be on cable… When you are telling stories about a family you can do it in a way that works for a network. We feel like we’re in the right place.”
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