Trump cancels 'Afghan War' series due to poor TV ratings
WHITE HOUSE – After 17 up and down seasons, and some of the most memorable moments in television history, Executive Producer-in-Chief Donald Trump is pulling the plug on the War in Afghanistan series, Duffel Blog has learned.
“I felt it was a lot less compelling after the original cast started leaving,” said one film and television reviewer, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “When Karzai was on, it was high adventure. You never knew if he was going to kick out the Americans or maybe sell heroin to China and get caught red-handed. It made for great TV."
Though its initial episode "Twin Towers" made a splashy debut, the series continued to wax and wane in popularity over the years before its recent steady decline. Ironically the spin-off series from then Producer-in-Chief Bush titled the “War in Iraq” immediately stole viewers from the original show.
"And I didn’t get how they made a big fuss about bringing over that Petraeus guy from Iraq, then moved him back to Washington, had some se…
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