April 28, 2013 by tonyberkman
Nowadays, it’s always worth checking out a new TV series online (especially a US show) before committing yourself to watching something that, only one or two seasons in, could suddenly vanish from your screen, a victim of the studio losing confidence in it, or deciding that the ratings are not impressive enough.
I’ve lost track of the number of interesting, inventive shows that have ceased to exist in this irritating manner over the last few years.
Sometimes it’s simply a case of shows like promising, high-tech conspiracy/Sci-fi thriller Flash Forward, or big budget alien invasion series The Event being canceled hallway through their run.
Or if you’re lucky, producers get advanced warning of the impending demise of a series, and in the case of Joss Whedon‘s intriguing Dollhouse, are able to tie up any loose ends with a couple of hastily written episodes before the corporate axe…
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