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Eerie, Indiana

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Drucifer, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. Oct 1, 2011 #1 of 17
    Drucifer

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    Eerie, Indiana is a show idea someone in the industry should consider to bring back.
     
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    phrelin

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    Think maybe it'd do better than getting only 19 episodes before the ax falls like it did last time?
     
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    Galaxie6411

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    LOVED that show, although I was a kid at the time so I wouldn't be surprised if it didn't hold up if I watched it today.
     
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    Drucifer

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    I figure with Eureka saying bye-bye another town, oriented around being weird, show will be needed.

    Something besides vampires and werewolves gated community.
     
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    Would be interesting, I'd also like them to do something with American Gothic, but not have the network mess it up this time.
     
  6. Oct 2, 2011 #6 of 17
    Galaxie6411

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    Another series I loved and the kid from Gothic (Lucas Black) is getting rather popular as of late, I have seen him in quite a few things. I'll throw Picket Fences in there as well, had a huge boyhood crush on Holly Marie Combs.
     
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    Allow me to point you towards the little seaside town of Haven...

    ;)
     
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    I remember that show. I was a kid so I'd probably have a different view if it was aired today. But then again. Shows WERE better then than now in some ways anyway.
     
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    Supramom2000

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    Love Haven. It has me totally hooked!!
     
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    I saw it as an adult. It might hold up. The gimmick was the bizarre stories against a quaint background, and that device has worked for centuries of story telling, going back to the Canterbury Tales.

    I, too, would love to see it again.
     
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    Anybody remember the shows that first launched on the FOX network (way back in '86) like New Adventures of Beans Baxter, 21 Jump Street, etc?
     
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    Interestingly, 21 Jump Street the Movie comes out next year, with a Depp cameo.
     
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    Sherman...
    Technically, the first show on Fox was Joan Rivers' late-night talk show.

    Looking back at their lineups, I think the first show I started watching regularly on Fox was "It's Garry Shandling's Show" -- although we got Showtime, I'd never watched it on that channel.
     
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    I remember Herman's Head.
     
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    That was one heck of a weird show, especially for the mid-80s.
     
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    It is available via Netflix Streaming.
     
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    Loved that show!
     

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