I loved American Chopper and The Office, but their time had come. The only other show in the list I've watched was Last Resort, and it never had a chance because the overall story just wasn't something they couldn't drag on for several seasons.
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I was finally getting into Fringe and now they're canceling it. That's just sad. It seems all the good scifi shows are getting the axe way before their time. The last good show was Jericho but now it's gone. Even the SciFi channel is not what it once was. Oh well, guess I'll just have to adapt.
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I was finally getting into Fringe and now they're canceling it.
You're just now getting into it? The show started back in 2008. 5 years is a long time for all but the most uber-popular TV series.
Yeah.. like The Sopranos. Only 6 seasons long and it was one of the "hottest" shows ever.
5 or 6 seasons is quite long these days. Most everything gets axed after 5 minutes.
From Wikipedia: The Sopranos in its time was considered the most financially successful series in the history of cable television, and has been called by some the greatest television series of all time. The series also won a multitude of awards, including 21 Emmys and five Golden Globes.
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