I saw a piece on this new show tonight on ET and from what I can see it's going to push what can be shown on broadcast television to a whole new level. I heard that at one point in the show a guy will have his leg cut off and fed to a tiger! So my question is, is this possibly the beginning of the end for the strict guidlines that have been in place for decades for the level of violence network tv shows can and cannot portray? IMO this is not a good move. Now i'm not one of those who whines about excessive violence on tv by any means, however this does sound a bit too intense for network television IMO. The reason they gave during the piece for the shows portrayal of violence is that they felt they needed to push the envelope for network tv even further in order to be "edgy" and attract viewers. I don't agree with that sentiment at all, sometimes less is more, and if the show is great, with great writing, acting, production values and storylines, why the need to be so graphic?