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Great shows that were canceled way too soon


In no particular order:

Jericho
Moonlight
Terra Nova
The Event
Life
Lipstick Jungle
The Secret Circle
Life Unexpected
Invasion
Night Stalker
October Road
The Class
Lights Out
Surface
Threshold
The Nine
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Jack & Bobby
Kitchen Confidential
Over There
The Killing
Rubicon
Bored to Death
Mercy
Trauma
Caprica
Carnivale
Hung
Detroit 1-8-7
Alcatraz

What do you think?????

Whatever it takes, I know I can make it through.

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If Carnivale is on there I'd add Rome, Deadwood, and Luck. All were renewed, but not enough times and in Lyck's case it didn't stick.

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Also Terriers!

Glad to see someone else liked Lights Out.

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Firefly
Harsh Realm
Odyssesy 5
Jake 2.0

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With the OP on Studio 60. Was shaping up to be a classic, and was better by leaps and bounds than Tina Fey's crappy ripoff of it.

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I'd also have to add Space: Above and Beyond. Probably one of the best space related series that never made it past season 1. Well before it's time. Shame, being that if it was on a network like Syfy, it may have lasted longer.

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German 70's Sitcom "Ein Herz und eine Seele".

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flash forward with joesph fiennes is another 1 canceled way too soon.

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Angel
Moonlight
Ringer
The Finder
Forever Knight
V (1983)

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Here's some shows -I liked that never made it past the first season:
Animal Practice
Do No Harm
Black Box
Constantine
Keen Eddie
The Awful Truth
Grapevine
Cupid
Once and Again
Black Sash
Better Off Ted
House of 'Buggin
Meth and Red

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Jpod

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Here's a couple more:

Vengeance Unlimited
Where I Live
Me and the Boys
Frank's Place---way long overdue for a DVD release

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Shannon's Deal
A Man Called Hawk
Treme

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Aliens In America

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A To Z----nice little goofy and offbeat romance on NBC that got kicked to the curb before its only season was finished. The dude was starred mow stars on the new and funny Superstore sitcom.

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I meant to say that that the cute actor who co-starred in A to Z now stars in the new and funny Superstore sitcom.

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I'd like to add:
The Black Donnellys
Dracula (with Jonathan Rhys Meyers)
Super Fun Night

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