I suspect the law of diminishing returns will kick in at some point but not for at least one more series - if only because in the world of telly there really is no such thing as bad publicity.
What does LDR stand for?
LDR stands for Law of Diminishing Returns (economic theory)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Labor-Delivery-Recovery (room)
- Lana Del Rey (musician)
- Land Development Regulation
- Land Development Review (various locations)
- Land Disposal Restrictions
- Lapdance Riders (motorcycle club)
- Large Deployable Reflector
- Large Diameter Roll (paper making)
- Laser Designator Ranger
- Last Ditch Racing (Maine-based rally racing team)
Samples in periodicals archive:
One likely implication is that new credit and debt created by the shadow banking system is an example of the law of diminishing returns, spurring less growth per dollar than previously.
PA4 has been written and directed by four people but the unforgiving law of diminishing returns still applies.
But we're already up to the third yawn-inducing instalment now and the law of diminishing returns is setting in quicker than rigor mortis.
A Cornetto I love a 99 cone as much as the next kid, but once the flake is a distant memory you find yourself reluctantly proving the law of diminishing returns as you slog towards the empty tip of the cone.
If the law of diminishing returns of sequels holds true then Fast & Furious 5 should be running on exhaust fumes and destined to fail a script MoT.
As he must realise himself, there is a law of diminishing returns to political re-launches.