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    Top ten canceled TV shows

    List of top ten canceled TV shows of recent times.

    I liked most of the shows on the list. The Tick, Freaks and Geeks, Undeclared and of course Family Guy. These shows all died but thatbks to DVD they can live on in our libraries.
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    I would've changed a few of those or maybe added a few. My own personal fave being "Ed" on NBC. NBC just didn't treat this show with the dignity it deserved and due to its cancellation, i really have no reason to turn to NBC, ever again. Farewell peacock; may you drown in your plethora of lame reality TV shows.
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    I loved The Tick. Also, Family Guy is a favorite of mine, so I'm glad it's being revived in 2005. Guyute, if you think NBC has a lot of Reality Shows, FOX has a lot of them as well.
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    Twin Peeks was awesome! What ever happened to Fast Lane? That show was HOT!!
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    I never saw The Tick, but I loved Freaks and Geeks...I thought it was marvelous. I am also remembering alot of old shows from the 80's. I don't know if they were good or am I just being nastalgic....but

    Crime Story
    The Enforcers (only thing I remember is it having a Genesis song "Line on You" as the theme)...I believe it was about hitmen.
    Ed......This was dropped by NBC....they kept bouncing it all over the place and I had no idea when it was on and when it wasn't......
    I've heard that Sports Night is excellent...I'll soon see
    Houston....the other Magnum type film from the 80's....always on late Friday night
    Miami Vice....Michael Mann....do I need to say more.....say, how about a remake of Miami Vice on the Silver Screen with George Clooney and Laurence Fisburn as Crocket and Tubs.......

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    Friday the 13th The Series is the greatest cancelled TV show of all time.

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    Farscape and American Gothic. I wish AG was available on DVD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar
    Friday the 13th The Series is the greatest cancelled TV show of all time.
    Caesar, I think I could hug you for mentioning that series. I spent many a Friday nights watching that series as a kid. Cursed items always make a good premise for a show.
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    Did anybody else watch "errie, Indiana" by any chance? I remember that show was pretty fun to watch when i was a youngling.

    Sentinel- i'm glad to see another "Ed" fan on the boards! I'm gonna miss that show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Boba Fettfield
    Caesar, I think I could hug you for mentioning that series. I spent many a Friday nights watching that series as a kid. Cursed items always make a good premise for a show.
    I won't hold my breath but my dream is a DVD boxset of the series.

    COME ON PARAMOUNT ! ! !
    It's only 3 seasons long, about 72 episodes in duration . . . just crank it out already !

    Of course the best episodes overall are from the first 2 seasons before John D. LeMay left the show. However, I do enjoy many of the episodes with Steven Monarque (as Johnny Ventura).

    The show never got a real finale because it was cancelled between seasons - so the show with the Marqui de Sade is the final episode.

    I'm not sure how Sc--Fi is handling the syndication anymore but a few years ago they always ran them in chronological order. I managed to record them all on VHS in that order. But I want them on DVD ! ! !

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