This show, let\'s face it, was not deserving of an Emmy in its first episode. It was an interesting innovation of a classic story, and with Jerry Bruckheimer in charge, it would have been a hit. Three episodes, though, is a ridiculously small window of opportunity for viewers to get hooked. Fox is famous for cancelling shows midseason and not giving them a real chance to become popular, but with this Fox showed just how impatient it is. It was great of SoapNet to show the remaining unaired episodeds... but I just found that out today. I had no idea that SoapNet was doing such a thing. I didn\'t really even know I had SoapNet. And now they aren\'t airing them anymore. So, I missed my chance to see the rest of this could-have-been-wonderful show. And so has the rest of the world. If Fox had given the show a better chance, maybe it would have become a hit. You never know.
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