For me it would be Jericho. CBS did let it come back long enough to put a semi-ending on the series. I did appreciate that. However there was a bit of
a dust up saying that the show might get a movie special for a proper ending, or another season if it did well in syndicated reruns. Nothing
I would like to bring Picket Fences and The John Larroquete Show back in syndication. I think they were both just a little too innovative for their
Even though I was just entering the teen years I liked the show Key West that aired in the early 90s. I don't really remember the show too much. I
just remember thinking Jeniffer Tilly was the hottest woman on tv. I would like to see the show again to see if it was any good.
Freaky Links, Fox it was a lot of fun
HOMICIDE: life on the street
The Pretender, NBC
Friday Night Lights, NFL Net, NBC
The Tick, Fox
Dark Angel, Fox
Space above and beyond, Fox
Dead like me, Showtime, Syfy
Tru Calling, Fox
Boston Legal, ABC
Veronica Mars, CW
Dresden Files, Syfy
Las Vegas, NBC
Eli Stone, ABC
The Unit, CBS
Flash Forward, ABC
Better off Ted, ABC
The Forgotten, ABC
The Good Guys, Fox
The Closer, TNT
Defying Gravity, ABC-Smart, well written, good graphics. Shown during summer, never given a chance.
There are others that i miss, but they really ran their course: 24, Heroes, Lost
Firefly, Angel, Dollhouse - yes, I also am a Whedon freak. Buffy, technically, wasn't canceled so hence not on the list.
Caprica - the NBC/SYFY execs who had a hand in this show should all be tarred and feathered at a minimum. So should the asses at Fox who tragically
Crime Story - I grew up in Las Vegas and that show was cool.
Life Is Good - Loved Paul Sorvino in this one
MST3K - There will never be enough episodes of the best puppet show. EVER.
SOAP - I need say no more than watch these clips and tell me the show wasn't hilarious:
A miini-Bob & Chuck marathon.
Five pages and no one mentioned one of my favorites. I recently was able to watch these again on IFC but they weren't all there as some of the music
had to be changed, but they still rocked, literally. Any show that has a character playing drums to Rush and wearing Neal Peart t-shirts is awesome in
my book, so I give you Freaks And Geeks. Another great show frakked up by the suits.I so related to this show as it's set in 1980 and I started high
school in 1982. Totally my generation.
Lastly, one I wonder if anyone remembers, Parker Lewis Can't Lose. Here's the beginning of the pilot episode from 1990. I remember this show quite
fondly, I wonder if it stands the test of time. I'll check these out and get back to ya on that one.
EDIT: Yeah, Parker Lewis Can't Lose holds up. Now I remember where I got the phrase "Not a problem" from. I've been using the phrase for so long I had
forgotten where it came from.
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is there any sites you know of i can download the last train? it really looks awesome!! i got hooked on the survivors series (remake). then i found
out about the original from 1975-77 and my wife and i loved it. we got it from netflix. all 3 seasons.
you guys have done some really awesome post-apocalyse shows. i love them more than good zombies flix..did you catch the walking dead series we did
here, it was really good
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