I would gladly sacrifice another TV show just so we could have Pushing Daisies for longer than the TV-equivalent of 60 seconds.
It seems, for the time being, that Pushing Daisies will not be able to give the series a proper send-off ending most likely mid-storyline with a huge cliffhanger, no doubt (i.e., reportedly). But Daisies fans should not be so quick to say they will never fall in love with a show again for the fear that their beloved show will one day leave them unexpectedly (okay, maybe not unexpectedly, there were rumors) and without reason.
Charlotte Charles came back to life. So in a way, Daisies not providing closure at least leaves it open for a resurrection.
Okay. Maybe not. But at least the show-runners won't have to put together some unintended, convoluted, and unsatisfactory series finale. The show deserves better than that. Even if that "better than that" is an open-ender ender.
At least this way, the show will do its fans what any good story teller should do: keep them wanting more. That's a pretty hard trick to pull off in this age of instant gratification. Nevertheless, this method employed episode after episode is timeless, admirable, and way more sophisticated than some of the crap on T.V. right now (in its 5th season, no less).
So chin up. The show was loved (by few), which is more than most human people can say. Also, more good TV is on the way. In other words, when ABC cLoses One door, it openS anoTher one.
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