Nope.Is that actually news? I thought that show was finished a long time ago, and that the final season was acknowledged before it even begun.
That's exactly the way I handle it. I.e., the right way.I do it differently. I record shows I think I might like. Then I watch an episode or two close to when they air. If I immediately like, then I continue down that path (I love discussing stuff here, so waiting to binge doesn't work for me, and even though I'm NOT a neilson family, I assume by this time what I watch is tracked on my DVR). If I DON'T like a show after an episode or two, then the SP is gone. Maybe I'll readdress it later if I hear it's gotten better from sources I trust. If a show is iffy but I feel has potential, I'll continue to watch until such time I determine it is worth it to keep watching or not.
Yeah, they wrapped things up pretty neatly.Er, the season (and the series, for that matter) is finished, isn't it? The Kraken that appeared at the end of the last episode was a tease for next season's premiere if it got picked up.
You have a higher threshold for stupid than I do. I bailed after Season 1.I also see that Scorpion is on the bubble. I finally bailed on that show at the end of last season. I haven't watched a single episode this season. Did it get any better? S1 was stupid, but fun. Much of S2 and nearly all of S3 were just stupid.
Traditionally, the show ends with the current season being wrapped up and then in the final moments something big gets introduced to set up the next one.That's a shame. I enjoyed this show just as much as the movies. I hope it doesn't end on a cliffhanger. That would really be a bummer.
I think that might be my fault. Way back when, somebody asked how I'd gotten a show that hadn't aired in the US yet, and I said something like "It just appeared on my computer! It was...magic!" And it seemed to stick.I didn't think anyone here was really confused or fooled by the euphemism. "Magic" is easier to type and more encompassing. Besides using Usenet or bittorrent, there are other ways to watch shows - get a friend or relative in another country to hook up a Sling box for you, use a VPN service so that your computer traffic is routed through another country, etc.