As I predicted, it is nowhere near over!

Another Michael Jackson Special for Fox
LOS ANGELES – The Michael Jackson television frenzy isn’t over.
Jackson, who delivered millions of viewers to ABC, NBC and Fox during the February ratings sweeps, will be the subject of a two-hour Fox special to kick off the next sweeps period.
The program, with the working title “Michael Jackson’s Private Home Movies,” will offer a peek into the pop star’s private home movie collection, Fox said.
The April 24 show will provide “unprecedented access to thousands of hours of never-before-seen footage revealing his real life, family and friends,” the network said.
A wave of Jackson programming hit the networks for February sweeps, one of several periods of intense ratings measurement used to help set advertising rates.
A “Dateline NBC” special on Jackson’s changing face drew more than 14 million viewers, while an interview with Jackson by British journalist Martin Bashir attracted an audience of 27 million to ABC.
Jackson, displeased with the Bashir program, gave his side of the story on a Fox special that drew 14 million viewers. Brad Lachman, who produced the Fox special, also is producing the home movies show.