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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by mwhip, May 9, 2014.
But they renewed "Hannibal" and "About a boy"
I really like Hannibal
I like About a Boy
5 Seasons and no movie
Don't worry guys, 2 Broke Girls is still on.
It probably got 5 seasons when it shouldn't have gotten more than 2 based on the ratings. Sad to see it go. At it's best, it was the sitcom on TV. For me, sadly it was only about half the episodes each season.
Reading this and the ABC thread....looks like I will have some room for some new stuff next season.
I like About a Boy, but it's one of those series that I wouldn't miss if canceled, but will watch when it's on.
They cancelled Revolution and Growing Up Fisher as well.
Proof that we are all living in the darkest timeline.
Too bad. It was an amusing time killer and was just starting to get back on track after sucking pretty bad the last couple of years.
Oh well. It was fund pretty much while it lasted.
I liked Growing up Fisher. Jenna Elfman brought the show into the ditch, though, IMHO. It would have been a really good show without her.
I normally like Jenna Elfman...but not in this show. I can't put my finger on it, her character just seemed off.
Bummer about Community. Although I'm not surprised. As steveknj said, it already lasted longer than it really deserved to based on the ratings. It kept getting renewed because NBC was in such bad shape and it had things that were in worse shape to cancel.
But NBC will finish this season as the #1 network with Adults 18-49, and that's true even if you remove the Olympics from the calculations. So I guess NBC has decided that it's time to start moving forward with new stuff rather than holding on to these symbols of NBC's own #darkesttimeline.
I strongly agree with this! Jenna Elfman's character seemed like just that little extra that ruined (though "ruined" may be a bit strong) it.
I really liked the rest of it a lot.
And Crisis and Believe.
I love Growing up Fisher! It's one of my new favorites! I'm sorry to hear that.
I'm detecting a trend here...
... and I agree.
This should teach college students that they don't need more than five years to graduate.