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TV Club: Good intentions leave Designated Survivor in limbo

There’s a triangle used by developers, project managers, artists, and others. Its purpose is to remind a creator (or client) that you can pick two of the following: fast, good, or cheap. Fast and good? It’ll cost money. Fast and cheap? It won’t be good. Good and cheap? You get the idea. Watching “The Confession,” a similar triangle came to mind. A show can thrive as long as it checks two boxes: character, plot, or premise.
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