Tell me whether this makes sense or not. You're a producer loaded with lots of money. So, you set aside a cool $50 million to work on a documentary series project. The documentary series is entitled "Why Butterflies Fly Upside Down": It's suppose to be about the Khmer Rouge and how they transitioned from a band of rebels into rulers over a Southeast Asian nation. Anyway, you do the research, make numerous flights between the states and Cambodia to document sections for the film. Then, after that, you edit everything and put it all together into a seamless chronicle lasting three hours in total length. Therefore, you inform a few television stations about your new documentary series, which two of them are willing to give your film a try. Nevertheless, when they air the documentary series on television, it's only shown once and never again! Now, does it make any sense that they've broadcasted your series only once after all that rigorous effort to create it?
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