While we're still impatiently awaiting an announcement as to when canceled ABC sophomore shows Pushing Daisies , Eli Stone , and Dirty Sexy Money 's final episodes will be aired/available online for the general public, at least some Daisies fans will be seeing those final episodes in the upcoming Paley Festival in April . So with this upcoming showing of one of these premature endings, how are you hoping to see Daisies, Stone, and DSM wrap up? Are there possible satisfactory endings or are you expecting to be eternally dissatisfied with any or all of these canceled shows? Photo courtesy of media.canada.com
does anybody got a good link in season 2 episode 8 ???? plz upload if do
Is there anywhere I can find epsiode 7?
This week we're featuring a number of shows, mostly those in their first or second season though some further along, that are in danger of cancellation. Of these shows in the Cancellation Danger Zone, which do you think deserve to stick around? Are there still great plot developments left to be played out? Are there secrets yet to be unveiled? Are there characters you'd be heartbroken to be without? I would love to see some like Heroes , Lipstick Jungle , and Dirty Sexy Money play out, but I'd be the most heartbroken over Pushing Daisies and Chuck myself! Pushing Daisies Dirty Sexy Money Lipstick Jungle Crusoe Chuck Worst Week Gary Unmarried Heroes My Own Worst Enemy Privileged Smallville Photo courtesy of chucktv.net
I've seen at least 3 separate sites discussing this blind item , which was originally posted by EW's Michael Ausiello. My interest has officially been piqued. The show is said to be a show in its sophomore season (and a drama) and the clue is as follows: "Each actor is crazier than the next," whispers a staffer employed behind the scenes at the war-torn program. "And they all pretty much hate each other." And they're finding it increasingly difficult to hide their mutual disdain from viewers. Per my snitch, the male lead "cannot stand" his love interest, "and it's obvious by their complete lack of chemistry." The good news is, the nightmare may soon be over for all concerned. Although the show enjoys a rabid cult following and solid critical support, its ratings are such that a third season is looking very unlikely." Sophomore show options: Pushing Daisies Private Practice Dirty Sexy Money Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Chuck Life Lipstick Jungle Eli Stone And...today Ausiello added that it's definitely not Pushing Daisies . So...there's not that many options here. Let's figure it out. My first guess was Dirty Sexy Money , but does that really have a rabid cult following? And it's not Chuck because those kids' chemistry is electric! My money's on Private Practice (Addison and Pete haven't had all that many scenes together this season...). However, I haven't been keeping up with T:TSCC (which of the batch I would honestly say has the most rabid cult following). What's the chemistry like there?
Has S203 been aired in the US yet!? why arn't there any links..
While the Fall TV Death Watch usually focuses around the awful new series...as in the already canceled Do Not Disturb and the soon-to-canceled (we can only hope) Kath and Kim . But...this year you should also start getting concerned for a lot of sophomore shows - ones that premiered last Fall to pretty decent numbers, had abbreviated seasons due to the strike, and have now returned with far less impressive stats. Last night, 5.6 million watched Pushing Daisies , 7.3 million saw Private Practice and 5.9 million watched Dirty Sexy Money . Over on NBC Monday, sophomore dramas Chuck and Life received 5.8 and 5.6 million viewers, respectively (and...not a sophomore show, but Heroes had a series low 8.2 million viewers). On Fox, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles also had numbers only in the 5 million range - 5.7, this week. Rumors of cancellation have already been circulating about this show in particular. For each of these shows, not only are the numbers far lower than what they were receiving last year (Private Practice received 14.4 million viewers for its series premiere...it was an ABC hit), but they are also currently still in decline from week to week. So...while it's a sad question that I pose...which of the above Sophomore shows do you think will next be canceled. Chuck ? Life ? Dirty Sexy Money ? Private Practice ? Pushing Daisies ? Terminator: TSCC? These shows will not all survive to see a third season; that much I am sure of (unless their numbers magically double...a tripling would be ideal). My vote is sadly going to go towards Pushing Daisies as the next victim. This speaks nothing about the show's quality, but I can only imagine that production costs are particularly high for Daisies...and there's no way that it's making any money. Which show do you think will be the next victim? Weigh in below! Sources: Variety and THR
WoW.. that was unexpected... can't wait for next one.. Never thought that Leticia will be arrested..