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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
Gunsmoke. I'm sure they had at least one more season they could have given us.

post #17 of 135
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post
Firefly
Firefly
Firefly
Firefly
Firefly


+1

Every time I see Mal in that Castle show, I on the inside.
post #18 of 135
Firefly
Undeclared
Deadwood
Dead Like Me
Veronica Mars
post #19 of 135
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (hello hottie)
Brimstone
Twin Peaks
Roswell
My So Called Life

Goal here was not to copy anything posted so far.
post #20 of 135
twin peaks deadwood carnivale jericho
post #21 of 135
ESPN's Playmakers.
post #22 of 135
My Wife and Kids. Damon Wayans was hilarious on that show.
post #23 of 135
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Originally Posted by just another fool View Post
arrested development is the main one that comes to mind. Amazing show that got attention way too late.

Americans just don't like to think when they laugh.
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post #25 of 135
I'm probably the only person who thought Grounded For Life was funny.
post #26 of 135
arrested development and boston legal should've had longer runs.
post #27 of 135
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Originally Posted by Gradstudent78 View Post
Top Five
Rubicon
Firefly
Deadwood
Dead Like Me
Brimstone



Honorable mentions - To be fair most of these probably deserved to be canceled (except Jericho), but I would have enjoyed seeing where they went.

Jericho
John Doe
Earth 2
Werewolf
The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Andy Richter Controls the Universe
Journeyman
New Amsterdam
American Gothic
Pirates of Dark Water

I've never seen a single episode from any of these shows.
post #28 of 135
Firefly should've had 6 seasons rather than 2/3 of one. Deadwood ended so abruptly it was just damned unsatisfying, and as HBO shows go ending Rome after 22 episodes was a little quick as well.
post #29 of 135
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Originally Posted by Bradford View Post
Action - Jay Mohr as an arrogant, d-bag film producer

SportsNight - Aaron Sorkin's first show - went 2 1/2 seasons but got jacked around with timeslots and schedule changes.

K-Street - one season on HBO. Confusing but cool.

The Duck Factory - a young Jim Carrey as an animator. Lasted one season on NBC.

And there's one more, but I'm completely blanking on the name.


+1 Such a great show!

I will also throw in for your consideration.... The Critic. That show was so funny!
post #30 of 135
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post
+1 Every time I see Mal in that Castle show, I on the inside.
Castle's alright, but in the same way Bones is alright. They can be fun to watch, but you keep remembering the better shows the lead actors were in. Edit: Yes, I am a Joss Whedon fanboy.
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