Can you give example(s) of what you mean, especially the "behind the scenes" part?I think the main problem with the show was, it depended on the viewers having a reasonably working knowledge of how baseball worked - not just the game, but behind the scenes as well.
While I have to repeat I liked the conceptually similar "Pure Genius" far better, I was getting into APB. Making History was _dumb_ comedy, but I still laughed at it sometimes. (Plus, I'm a fan of time travel shows usually.) I know I have a bunch of Son of Zorn eps recorded.. it could be funny at times, and I don't _expect_ to delete them unwatched.. but was always a "I'll watch that some other time" show.APB, Son of Zorn, and Making History all cancelled by Fox as well
I move them to the TOP of the OP List, to catch summer burnoffs if not all episodes have aired..I don't think I've ever deleted a SP from a canceled show.
I watched "The Odd Couple", mostly because it was Matthew Perry being Matthew Perry.. i.e. Chandler was also just him apparently being him, or else he can "act" nothing except like Chandler.I had hoped that maybe this one could survive but was pretty sure it was a goner. Too bad. I liked Perry and Lennon together. It was silly, but I think they did pretty well with the characters.
Heh, both of those shows were very good...
Wow, that's actually really a bummer. I've been liking this show more and more. Admittedly, it's not "hilarious", but it truly seemed to me like one of the few shows that is like a modern Norman Lear type show.. one that takes on serious subjects but can be funny too.. Actually, as Blackish was mentioned, Blackish is a much much much lighter version of a similar thing, since they've lately taken on more serious subjects once in a while."Carmichael Show" is cancelled, after Jarrod said he would not be back next year. So Ending/Cancelled take your pick
That's just a remake.If you're looking for Norman Lear-ish, why not watch One Day at a Time on Netflix, which is actually produced by the man himself?
That's pretty cool! Weird, I think I enjoy some of these summer shows lately (not "Zoo" and "Extant".. those are terrible but I keep watching for some reason) about as much as others.. I guess because these many-foreign-productions often duhh, go to exotic locales and such.. and are produced as well as many movies.I guess they paid the Ransom.
CBS "Ransom" was cancelled in May, but is coming back.
Many countries/studios produce it, so CBS figured why not and it will air on Saturday TBD
So you mean they WILL be aired? I've not watched the 2nd ep yet, but I hope they do all air. It's worth watching just for Kyra!ABC will be cancelling Ten Days in The Valley as soon as they air or burn off the remaining 8 episodes. It's ratings are well, well below replacement level. It's by far the lowest rated major broadcast network show of the Fall season.
Darn, because I missed the SECOND to last episode.. I think that was the night that I had a cable outage while I was out, and I managed to somehow zone out and NOT see it on On Demand while it was available.
Gee, I gave up a few seasons ago.. I think I have a batch either downloaded or still on one of my tivos.. I liked it, but it eventually seemed like a chore..
I'm a total non-believer, but thought this was actually a reasonably funny show. Not great, so it's not a big deal that it was cancelled. The lead could basically be a Nathan Fillion clone (I probably said that before).If anyone watched ( I didn't) Living Biblically canceled
Bummer, this is a pretty good show.. and was on Hulu, so I could watch it at the gym.. and strangely, both this and Blindspot had new episodes on Hulu that I didn't see air.. They MAY have been bumped locally for sports, but I had checked at least one of them on epguides and didn't find the 'missing' episode listed there.Also Taken... was ummm taken.