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New York Times: John Landgraf’s comments arrived like a thunderbolt. There’s a malaise in TV these days that’s felt among executives, viewers and critics, said the chief executive of FX Networks. And it’s the result of one thing: There is simply too much on television. The glut, he said at a Television Critics Association media event this month, has made it hard to “cut through the clutter and create real buzz” and has presented “a huge challenge in finding compelling original stories and the level of talent needed to sustain those stories.”