While TV execs say the shootings in Newtown and Aurora, Colorado rocked them, during a series of meetings with reporters over the last 10 days, none offered concrete examples of how it is changing what they put on the air, or if that is necessary. "I'm not a psychologist, so I'm not sure you can make the leap [that] a show about serial killers has caused the sort of problems with violence in our country," said Robert Greenblatt, who helped put "Dexter" on the air and is now overseeing development of a series about the notorious Hannibal Lecter for NBC. "There are many, many other factors, from mental illness to guns."
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