Mugato: I'm showing my age here but I'm pissed we never found out who won the election on Benson. It was Governor Gatling vs Benson vs some other guy and the episode/series ended with Benson and Gatling holding hands (not in a gay way) about to see the results. And that was it.
Jarhead_h: I didn't start watching Voyager until Seven showed up
kmmontandon: Ishkur: Plan on doing that for Heroes and The Wire next (I'm a little behind).I wouldn't recommend that for Heroes.Seriously, don't bother.
BizarreMan: fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me...you can't get fooled again..
Supes: phlegmmo: ...realty TV era...[www.americanrealtyworld.com image 230x208]Typo aside, the article actually brings up a fair point. I rarely watch premieres anymore, because I don't want to actually LIKE something only to see it gone 5 episodes later. I made the mistake of getting hooked on Awake just this past year by doing just that, even though it was clear by the 3rd episode or so the show wasn't going to make it.It's way easier just to wait a season (or midway through the first season if the show is a runaway success). Then you don't get the unneeded attachment to failures, and in these internet days it's incredibly easy to catch up on any show.
WhippingBoy: You know what's worse than not wrapping up a series before it ends?The final episode of "Lost".
ExperianScaresCthulhu: see also: No Ordinary Family .. which found its audience after the show was cancelled. The curse of netflix and DVDs :( Sometimes you don't find the real gems until it's far, far too late.
vrax: Since it hasn't been mentioned, WTF did SyFy do with Sanctuary?! That show had developed pretty nicely, big stuff going on, and then bzzzt.Also, "The IT Crowd"! OK, sure, not a massive serialized epic, but goddammit!
Summer Glau's Love Slave: /Two seasons of awesome, and then the bad guys reams everyone and exits stage left, smiling.//CAWKSUCKER!!!///And don't even get me started on Firefly.////But, I don't know what to say about that show that hasn't already been said.
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