wootgf wrote:I voted Arrested Development in the poll. I just wanted to also throw in Dead Like Me and Party Down.
YES! I forgot about Dead Like Me! Loved it!
Pete & Pete
Moonlight... It won the People's Choice Award for best new drama, so of course CBS promptly cancelled it. They killed Guiding Light too, which had been my show for over 20 years...
Stargate Atlantis-Stupid POS Syfy channel
Terra Nova-Great ratings but Super expensive to produce. Netflix considered picking it up but decided not to.
Terminator SCC-At least give us a resolution for the end of the series Geez.
Firefly-Stupid POS Syfy channel
Merlin-BBC series that ended after 5 10-13 episode seasons. Could have gone on.
Alphas-STUPID POS #$&*$#@&*^% SYFY channel. Again no resolution they are just all lying there possibly dead...
Legend of the Seeker-Enjoyed the series more than the books which is rare for me.
This show was so good, and so shortlived.
elicitron wrote:Yes! I was waiting for someone to say this. I wonder if you have to *not* be a Stargate devotee to have really enjoyed SGU.
Also, count me in as someone who wanted to see more Terranova and Dead Like Me. I also want more BSG. And X-Files. And Northern Exposure.
Problem with SGU was they alienated their core audience which had supported them for 15 years by giving us a soap opera POS. By the middle of the second season it was starting to get good because they went back more to the original stargate storystyle and less as the spaceship turns. By that point though they had already decided to give it the axe because ratings had been so crappy even though they were coming back up.
Wayans Brothers. Funniest show on TV
Not a lot of love for Veronica Mars. It wasn't sci-fi, but it was smart and well written. It did struggle like most of the others did after a few seasons though.
Boston Legal was hilarious!
onestinkyfish wrote:The Finder
I agree!! How can let us hang with the ending of the second season then Michael passed away to boot RIP Michael..
LIFE...that was an awesome show!!!
cedaroo wrote:A few that really hurt:
Better Off Ted
Studio 60 OTSS
and some notables already mentioned:
Terriers (very underated!)
Rules of Engagement. That was a very funny show.
Firefly, then Jericho, then Star Trek Enterprise. The others I haven't seen.
Pushing Daisies. It was hilarious, and quick, and the writer's strike killed it before it had a chance.
Arrested Development, and Enterprise are next in line. I also loved "Middleman"
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