And the Next Cancellation Won't Be Knight Rider


Even though many of us (myself included) predicted that NBC's Knight Rider (2008) would be one of Fall's first casualties, NBC has ordered 4 additional scripts of the series.


Sadly, more people are watching this junk than Pushing Daisies. Yep, it's true.


So...if Knight Rider is sticking around for at least 4 more episodes, what is the next best piece of junk that will be Fall's second cancellation?

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Oct 11, 2008 5:11AM EDT

I read that Pushing Daisies might get cancelled after the 2nd season.

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Oct 12, 2008 2:34PM EDT

No! Not Pushing Daisies. I've just fallen in love with that show.

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Oct 12, 2008 5:56PM EDT

why do people watch crap likes this over something as with as much imagination as Pushing Dasies?! PD is brilliant and visually stunning. I can't believe abc would even think of canceling!

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Oct 12, 2008 6:05PM EDT

i love pushing daisies but im watching bones on that nighti would watch it if it was on a different night though

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Oct 12, 2008 6:19PM EDT

I couldnt care less about Knight Rider.
But Cancelling Pushing Daisies, are they nuts, hope thats just a rumour.
Are HBO and Showtime the only two stations in the US where unusal and progressive shows can survive?
Pushing Daisies is one of the most unique, warm and entertaining show Ive ever seen. Its so beautifull, charming and smart. Whats wrong with that ? Its so surprisingly different from anything else on tv at the moment.
A cancellation would prove that networks as as stupid as their reputation. Maybe they should finally start to count all those streaming numbers into the actual amount of viewers.
Or they should move PD to the internet, like Joss Whedon did with Dr. Horribles Sing-Along-Blog, no talks about cancellation there.
Please, please dont cancel it, I am still recovering from the FIREFLY (on FOX) cancellation, sounds strange I know, but true.

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