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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by RunnerFL, Sep 29, 2012.
Huge loss ... we really liked this show. :nono2:
Haven't watch Boss yet.
I have on my DVR all episodes thus far broadcast, but I've never taken the time to watch them. I may still do so, despite it being canceled.
I deleted all episodes of 666 and Last Resort. I am also on the side of not wanting to get invested in characters or a show that has no future.
Must be a Florida thing... *shrug*
I have them all as well. I won't delete them just yet but I have lots of other stuff to watch first.
No wager, no loss, but if you watch it, all bets are off.
"Boss" is likely to get a 2 hour movie wrap-up.
I'm still waiting for HBO to wrap up Deadwood. (Instead of a final season of Deadwood we got JFC. Oh brother.)
Talk about a waste of time, JFC was a big one! Yet another reason why I record whole first seasons and wait until they get a 2nd.
Boy am I mad about this!! I guess Americans would rather watch mindless sitcoms....
Some, many, a lot, 38%, whatever. It's cancelled, Jim, cancelled dead.
Every country has mindless drivel, most have good drivel, and some have great TV. I am thankful the USA has plenty of all the above.
JFC and Luck. Frickin Milch. Incomprehensible drivel. That's the danger of a big name producer...they can get dog doo greenlighted. And frequently do.
John From Cincinnati
I think that point has been hammered home repeatedly. Less thinking the better for some folk.
Perhaps the Audience Network will pickup Boss. One can always hope.
Mr. Ed is on HULU.
Some of the best TV I've seen was in individual episodes of cancelled series. Why else would they give awards to an episode instead of the series as a whole? Why would they give awards to anyone or anything in a cancelled series? If a series is cancelled, do they reclaim any such awards because the series didn't have a complete run and proper finish?
With few exceptions, hasn't every series that ever appeared on TV been cancelled, no matter how long it ran?
No, most series just end. LOST, Seinfeld, Friends, House, Weeds, Chuck, Eureka, 30 Rock and tons of others weren't cancelled. In most cases the makers of the show (writers, producers, etc) just decide it's time to end the show.
Fans of a show think their shows should be like the newspaper comics - run for decades.
Me, I kinda favor spin-offs, even tho most of those fail in the first year.
Again, I can name numerous examples of great canceled series. Heck, even a true classic like Star Trek was canceled. Ignoring a series simply because it was canceled has the potential of missing out on a very good series. Of course, if it never interested you in the first place, this point us moot.