Not suprising. Considering the general consensus was that Saffron Burrows character was the least appealing aspect of the show, wasn't she?
Her 'accent' drove me nuts I have to say!
Although I've read comments saying that her accent was actually valid and that they knew people with the accent she was using. Of course, that doesn't mean it's a good accent to use in the show.
I just did not like her character at all! I will still NOT be watching!
I probably will, I liked the other two guys. I noticed that a lot of the new shows in the fall I'll take a look at have a bit of that fantasy/sci-fi feel to it (Once Upon a Time, Terra Nova, Alcatraz, The Secret Circle, Grimm) plustwo procedurals (The Finder and Person of Interest). Though I'll probablypush Grimm and The Secret Circle to online as NBC decided it would be a good idea to stick Grimm in the crowded 9PM Friday slot against Fringe and Supernatural and the CW made the interesting choice to put its new show up against Bones/The Finder and Person of Interest (a new show with much buzz that CBS displaced CSI and put it in its place).
I think out of all of them, the two I'm looking most forward to are Alcatraz and Person of Interest. Alcatraz has an intriguing premise, guards and prisoners that disappeared from Alcatraz over 30 years ago are now appearing in modern day San Francisco never having aged and as the government team formed to stop these criminals investigate further, the secret history of Alcatraz begins to be revealed. Plus it was created by J.J. Abrams. As is Person of Interest which has two good leads and yet another intriguing premise, can a presumed-dead CIA black-ops operative and a software designer with unlimited funds and a pattern recognition program stop crimes before they start.
Okay, that was probably a more information than needed response to your response.
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