This question has come up in the review queue again and I have voted to leave closed.
The "too broad" close reads as such (which was changed fairly recently IIRC).
Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question.
In my opinion this question is "Asking multiple distinct questions at once", five to be exact. None of these are bad questions, and are actually quite interesting as it can give us insight as to how popular a particular series or actor may be.
At one time the OP commented
I'm going to split the question up to satisfy the 'too broad' camp. @MichaelEdenfield: you may want to port your partial answers there. -
I think this would have been a good solution. Currently it seems the answer is only covering 2 or 3 of the questions asked, a good sign that the question is too broad.
To address whether a moderator should have forced the question open, I would say no. I agree with the assessment in this question body that the post had been through the queues three time and failed to be reopened. Even though some of the same users are seen in the queue, that is just how reviews can work sometimes.
I am also a bit confused on what the comment meant by "the answers seem perfectly reasonable". Does this mean the current answer(s) given or potential answers would be reasonable? The current answer seems to be incomplete and not sourced, I don't see it being a reason for answer to cause a reopen (as we sometimes do with questions closed as POB that end up having a canon answer). If it is about potential answer I defer back to the "too broad" close reason, there are five distinct questions to be answered here which would likely lead to more incomplete answers.