I forgot to mention Misfits of Science, Something is Out There, Downtown, and Covington Cross
- True Blood season 4
The fourth season of contains 12 episodes. The first, titled "She's Not There," aired Sunday, June 26, 2011 in the US on HBO; it ended on Sunday, September 11, 2011. It is loosely based on the fourth novel in The Southern Vampire Mysteries series, Dead to the World.
A coven of witches, led by Marnie, poses a threat to vampires when they discover the witches are working on necromancy. Sookie returns to Bon Temps after a year (even though she was away for only a few minutes in Fairie Land) to find Bill as the new King of Louisiana and that her brother and friends had given up on her. As the series progresses, a powerful necromancer from the 16th century, Antonia, possesses the body of Marnie in order to exact revenge on all vampires. Sookie starts a romance with Eric who has amnesia due to a spell cast by Antonia / Marnie. The witch Antonia eventually realizes the wrongdoing she's caused to innocent people and decides to stop. Yet Marnie, addicted to Antonia's power, binds her against her will to acquire her powers. Subplots include Lafayette's introduction to the world of magic and his abilities as a medium, Sam's family troubles, Alcide and Debbie's troubled relationship, and Jason, Hoyt and Jessica's love triangle. The finale is a series of cliffhangers, including a warning from the ghost of Rene that Terry will cause Arlene trouble, the escape of Russell Edgington, the reappearance of Steve Newlin as a vampire, and the shooting of Tara.
you can get it from: http://www.amazon.com/ $41
- Freaks and Geeks. Was cancelled before the entire first season was aired. It had an all-star cast too! James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, among others. I hate NBC, except on Sunday nights in the fall.
This year has been especially disappointing for me concerning cancellations.
Men of a Certain Age
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- Best show ever to get canceled early:
Dead Like Me
Personal favourite to get canceled: Journeyman
Other shows that should have kept on air:
Greg The Bunny
This list could be almost endless. We need a new spaceship show with a baddass captain dammit!
Okay. So the last post on this thread was 23 August, but I still want to put my two cents in.
Of all the shows I really liked that were cut short; Tru Calling, Kyle XY, New Amsterdam, Birds of Prey. I know these shows have already been mentioned in the past posts, but still they were (IMO) were really good shows that I would want to watch longer.