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Do you Think Terra Nova will Get a Second Season??

Do you Think Terra Nova will Get a Second Season??

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    ne1scott

    [41]Feb 14, 2012
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    Absolutely. It is completely different from anything else currently on TV and is a no-brainer shoe-in for most people's weekly TV watching schedule. Dinosaurs, jungles, future tech, strange bugs/animals/diseases/food all keep viewers attention.



    The show has ALOT of potential for the future (exploring the mysterious area where the Phoenix group sent Mira's people to scout and find something), now being able to live without any link to the future, domesticating some of the animal species, rebuilding the tech for the bridge from possible notes or calculations or even the drawings left behind by the son).



    If anything, it's always more interesting than bland sitcoms and appeals to the adventurous side of everyone. Maybe more of the colony against the odds than the constant infighting and subterfuge would help solidify people's opinions of the show.

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    DMSRunningBear

    [42]Mar 20, 2012
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    They need to stop playing the stupid shows like Reality Shows, which all the stations have gone overboard. As for Tera Nova is a very good show, may have violence in the show but it shows that if we don't take care of the planet now we may be in the same predicament. Use your heads for once and stop taking off good shows for families can watch and don't put those ridiculous shows like The New Girl, Vampire Diaries, Dancing with the Stars, American Idol, X Factor, Voice, So you think you can Dance and so on. Keep Tera Nova on.
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    GenerationX7

    [43]Apr 19, 2012
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    Currently Fox is still trying to get the show sold to other networks. Maybe they should give it the Sci-Fi Channel... I'm sorry SYFY Channel. It's probably the best place for the show and it could take over for Eureka when that show has finished it's run.

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    lexkatz

    [44]Apr 29, 2012
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    I want to say 'yes' but my faith in Fox's ability to see past reality and 'celebrity' crap means I can only see 'no'. It's a shame it's so expensive, which rules out SYFY and other channels, and online doesn't want it because overseas channels (which were Terra Nova's main viewers) are sketchy about buying off online sources, otherwise it might have done ok. It had a chance to be something but in today's financial climate, and the fact it was on Fox (which isn't content unless the return is over 200%), means I think we can start nailing the coffin of this once beautiful child.

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    AddictedToBones

    [45]Apr 30, 2012
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    Today is Terra Nova Blast Day.


    The fans are taking to twitter and facebook and trying to get the word out there that we want to see more Terra Nova. Blog about Terra Nova. Tweet @FoxBroadcasting and use the #saveterranova or #terranovamovie hash tags. This is the event page http://www.facebook.com/events/217360411699122/ We need to band together and let fox know that more 'reality' programming is not what we need.


    The show leveled out at somewhere around 7 million viewers per episode. Thats not bad for a 13 episode long show. And the show didn't cost them that much more to make than any other short series.


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