FOX (ended 2009)
|I hope that they will have at least 1 more season. Things look pretty good and hope everything will be explained.|
Did I miss something? I read everywhere that the ratings suck and that it will probably not get a 3rd season. I hope they are all wrong, because I LOVE the show.
And yeah, I have to agree that there isn't enough Cameron^^
don't kill me for saying this.. but i partially disagree..
well, I agree... the changing from action to more-character-based was extreme... and in my opinion Desert Cabtos was pretty boring...
but for the other part..i especially liked "the good wound" .. they haven't given enough history to Sarah within the first season and I think it's great they start to get more into what keeps her going and her relation to the Reese-brothers... Derek in particular... Not that I want to see them as a couple or anything like that.. no way!.. but i was wondering.. the first time he shows up she was all about "He is Kyles brother and therefore special" and then the writers just did not give them any storyline at all !!!
On the other hand i hope for more Cameron-action,too... after an episode like "the good wound" there was really need for it... and they blew it with having her doing nothing in Desert Cantos... hopefully the writers manage to include more action while still keeping this new concept... maybe they''ll find a balance.. but the summary for "some must watch, while..." doesn't look promising considering it's about Sarahs nightmares ...again...
I hate to say it, but I think T:SSC is doomed.
Fox + Moved to Friday Nights = Cancellation Territory.
Always happens, if a show gets moved to friday nights on Fox, it signals the end.
I was hooked on this show ever since I saw the Season 1 encore leading up to the Season 2 premier. I love it and hope it gets renewed for a third season; however, it has got a serious problem: IT'S NOT GOING ANYWHERE!!!!
I mean, HELLO? LOL?! We are now more than halfway through the second season and NOTHING IS HAPPENING. Every episode is full of tedious melodrama that never resolves anything--we end up watching the characters do so much while nothing actually happens. It's a hollow, frustrating feeling, especially because we know that there are plot elements just around the corner that are ripe for the picking!
The mythology of the series is unfolding painfully slow. I think in trying to make Season 2 less serialized, the producers ended up giving us episodes that are too tidy and shrinkwrapped to tell us a story of Terminator proportions. After twenty-four episodes, the established core characters still don't know what they are fighting, how to fight it, or even in what form their opposition exists. o_O That's baaaaad.
I really hope they start kicking the story into high-gear, because the show really needs to GET SOMEWHERE, if it has any hopes of retaining an audience.
I agree. The show has gotten so tedious to the point where I find it difficult watching. It is just overcheesin' all focus on SARAH who I find particularly DULL.They need to shift focus onto the more interesting characters. You can all sit there and say it's fine and dandy but ratings don't lie. They even had to throw in a Cameron underwear scene to keep it interesting for a second. This just doesn't feel like Terminator at all.
Very disappointing... good thng Battlestar Galactica is running strong. The drama in Terminator is just, cheesing hard and pointless.
I think that there is just not the budget to do the same type of action scenes that are in the movies. Plus I like there being more dialogue and less action because it gives the writers and actors more opportunities to make the characters have more emotion and personality. Lastly I hope that the new movie with Christian Bale has the same kind of approach and considering that T3 was so terrible having more dialogue and less action might make the franchise popular with more mainstream type fans.