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Yeah both are shows I watched and I am not happy they cancelled either of them. But I have just come to expect it and this is why I generally don't watch anything until they have a second season. Then I can't be mad...
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I don't think they did the commercials for 666 very well. Before it started, I was getting somewhat intrigued, but the commercials were too vague for me to really get hooked and want to watch. I guess maybe they expect everyone these days to see a vague commercial and then go search online about what the show is really about? But I don't do that. If the commercial hooks me, I'll give it a chance. If not, I'll do something else with my time. I guess that's why I only watch 2 shows. (Modern Family and Once Upon a Time)
(But I am sorry for those who did watch and like it that it is being cancelled. I know how you feel since they axed my beloved Pan Am last season.)
MNSSHP 2015: DH (Bane), Me (Batgirl), Genie, and our friends
It was getting better. I enjoyed it. I'm not shocked, but I am sad. I love Terry O'Quinn and Vanessa Williams.
I always think of Seinfeld. Its ratings were terrible, but NBC rode it out, allowing the show to find its audience. If they had done then what most networks do today, Seinfeld would have had less than a full season before being cancelled. It's so dispiriting.
Again two new shows I'm starting to get into are canceled before I'll ever get to see the answers to hundreds of questions. Sometime I wonder why I even bother watching new shows since so many of them are canceled halfway through the season.