Ask TKP: Pick one TV series to revive for 1 season

If you could revive one cancelled or finished TV series for one more season, which would it be?

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When this was cancelled, I stopped watching series in their first season because I was so bummed. This show was well written, good acting, interesting, just a great show.

Without a doubt:

I'm just here to sling some legs

Excellent choice. I was disappointed too.
I also was a fan of The Others, which only lasted one season.

The Simpsons

The Simpsons isn't still running?

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The Wire. It's arguably the greatest television series of all time, so of course I'd want more. Would be interesting to see how new technology has changed the game.

Runner up: The Sapranos. Just so we can know for sure what actually happened in the closing scene.

EDIT: How could I forget Chappelle's Show?! The second best sketch comedy show of all time (behind SNL). Would love to see it over the past 15 years.

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Tony died. The director let it slip in a recent interview.

I have tried to watch the wire in present day because I didn't watch it when it was originally on. I can't get into it just because the technology is so dated. It's hard for me.

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I had a friend who refused to watch The Wire because it was filmed in 480, not 1080. The Wire is slow moving at first, but it's worth it.

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It was remastered for 16:9 a few years back.

LOST. I've run out of questions about the series, so if they could start it up I'd be able to ponder wtf is going on again.

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The show that we choose... are we getting that with the best writing it had during its run? Or the shit at the end or when we stopped watching?

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it's an oldie but a goodie, but I would have liked one more season of Hogan's Heroes before Bob Crane got strangled in that hotel by that hooker

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I didn't see this before I also wrote Hogan. "I know nothing!" is my catch-phrase too.

And I learned a lot of German from watching. Educational, and fun!

The Office by far. We just need more. Steve Carrell has gone on record numerous times saying he thinks it wouldn't be as good, and he's concerned that social attitudes have changed since the mid-late 2000s and people may find the humor offensive. But The Office is the top-watched show on Netflix. So much so that NBC is pulling it off of Netflix soon so they can put it on their own streaming subscription. I think one more season where everyone sort of randomly ends up together again would be hilarious.

I also want more Star Trek TNG. Seven seasons was just not enough.

That's really all I watch on tv anymore. I've watched The Office so many times through that I can almost quote some episodes.

This is a good one. I hate comedy like that is consider it offensive. It's comedy, lighten up.

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I fall into this trap in every TV show discussion. I really liked The Office and I would consider rewatching it some day but there are so many quality TV series that aired in the last decade or are still airing that I struggle to understand why people repeatedly rewatch a series. Look through past TV threads for suggestions but some of my recommendations would be The Americans, Broadchurch, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Justified, True Detective, Chernobyl, The Wire, Better Things, Louie, Atlanta, It's Always Sunny, Rick and Morty, Arrested Development, Archer, Silicon Valley, Man Seeking Woman, Parks & Recreation, Bojack Horseman, The League, Fargo, and New Girl.

Anyway I would say there's actually an overabundance of fairly high quality TV and I feel like it's more enjoyable to try different things- but maybe that's just me.

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I watched the office for the first time this year, and I found the humor not so great. Basically the show was all about sexual harassment for the majority of the first couple of seasons, which is fine, but it got boring after a while. Not everything in an office environment is funny because of a sexual harassment.

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The first season and part of the second are kind of slow/awkward, but the show really picks up toward the end of season 2 and in season 3. Michael becomes less of a sleaze and bad boss and more likable, and he and Dwight really develop into some funny characters. Then the whole saga of Jim and Pam's relationship also becomes a focus of the show.

I made it through the entire series and I enjoyed it.

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I watched the office and then parks and rec after within the last two years for the first time. Both great, but I think I actually started to like parks and rec more.

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This was me. I watched Parks first and they just don't harp on sexual harassment jokes the whole time and they have a bunch of fun characters where the office has limited characters.

I liked each show though.

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Damn who down voted my OPINION? I liked the show in the end!

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I kind of agree, I made it through most of two episodes before I turned it off. I just didn't think it was funny.

West Wing!

Especially in the politics of this day and age!

Yessss bring it back and let it be CJ or Sam running for President. Gonna need a heavy dose of President Bartlett though.

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Cowboy Bebop

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On one hand, I would love to see another season of CB. But on the other, it ends just so goddamn great that I don't think another season could do it justice.

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I would say The Clone Wars, but Disney is doing us a solid and giving us that anyway, so I'm just gonna leave this here instead:

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Game of Thrones. I already miss it.

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GAME OF THRONES, but before the last season, and with ten episodes.

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Futurama

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Easy one for me!

Cane here to say this. 100% the best workplace show.

DCIMSA is right, the correct answer is Firefly

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Wise Guy but season one, not the season where they replaced Ken Wahl with Manny from Scarface

Venture Brothers (not that it's ended or cancelled, I just want another season in less than 3 years)

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Did they say why the new season is taking so long? Animation, writing, or voice actors doing other projects?
I know that the guy who voices Dean also voices Muma Rider in One Punch Man.

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It's always a mixture of writing (since the show is so self-referential, they have to be sure it all fits), animation time (as I understand it, a lot if the cels are still hand-drawn), and their budget is still rather small.

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Jericho. If I remember right it got cut off before the first season even finished

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They did a full 1st season. Cancelled it. Fan outcry brought it back for like a 8 episode second season and then they cancelled it again. The second season ended with a cliff hanger if I remember correctly. Apparently the producers continued the story in comic book form which I may have to check out.

How did we get this far into the thread without anyone saying Seinfeld?

I need these storylines brought to life: https://twitter.com/seinfeldtoday?lang=en

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Watched 5 minutes of one episode and turned it off. The characters were annoying. Do not understand the hype.

because the show debuted 30 years ago and a lot of the situational hijinks don't necessarily translate to the age of smart phones and uber, etc.

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I remember when it debuted. Still wasn't funny to me then.

do you have friends? so much of seinfeld's "plot" is just about a group of friends. yeah they're weird, what friend group isn't.

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So you don't find The Office or Seinfeld funny? Would be extremely interested in hearing what is funny to you.

My Grandparents didn't find Seinfeld funny and I don't think they would have found the Office funny either.

It's a generational thing. Seinfeld is about 4 people who are constantly dating people, sleeping around, and basically having modern NON Victorian Era norm things. Socially it wasn't made for my grandparents, but for my parents generation it fit perfectly, and I enjoyed it too.

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It's a generational thing. Seinfeld is about 4 people who are constantly dating people, sleeping around, and basically having modern NON Victorian Era norm things. nothing.

ftfy

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HokieAlum6144's profile says they graduated in 1997, so likely not in your grandparents generation.

He could be someone who still hold on to Victorian Era social norms.

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I never really found Seinfeld funny, or the office for that matter. I loved the League which was created by one of the Seinfeld writers. I enjoy Always Sunny which seems to have a large overlap in the viewer venn diagram. Just nothing on seinfeld made sense, not in the absurd way in a stupid meaningless way, the show was about nothing and that's true because the characters were nothing. There was no reason to root for or against any of them. It's just boring.

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I like to think that my life is not that inane. I can't relate to seinfeld with my life. I cant relate my friends to those characters. They are so unreal to me that they are unbelievable.

Always Sunny is Seinfeld, updated.
Cast of varying levels of unlikeable characters: check
Token woman: check
zero story continuity: check
most shows are about them being dicks to people: check

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I know, which is why I feel like I should like it but I just don't. Always sunny has funny antics, Seinfeld doesn't to me.

I just don't like the characters in Seinfeld.

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This. I could probably find some of the show funny if I didn't really dislike most of the main characters.

Newman and Kramer were ok. George, Jerry, and Elaine could all be replaced and I'd be happy.

Seinfeld could have gone on forever, because it just made fun of modern day life which is always evolving. I wish they could have had a do over of that ending, though the one in curb your enthusiasm was "Pretty Pretty Good".

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Party Down

Does a show that's currently airing count? We're only like 3 episodes in and Swamp Thing already isn't getting renewed. I'm really digging it so far though.

stick it in, stick it in, stick it in!

it's deadwood, without a doubt

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Firefly
Black Sheep Squadron
Any of the Stargate Series. But I'd probably want to pick which lineup from each series.

What's the deal with Firefly? Seems like everyone wants to see that come back.

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They made a movie (Serenity) to kind of conclude the story. I've never seen all of Firefly but thought Serenity was a good movie.

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Serenity was a good movie, but was horrible as far as closure goes. Firefly needed 2 seasons to complete some of the arcs whedon started. Given his track record, it probably would have gotten mundane after that.

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Was a single season. No one watched it while it was running and they cancelled it. Then everyone gets hooked on reruns and pissed that they killed the show.

It wasn't just that. The show was phenomenal, well written characters, nuanced morality, a fun space cowboy vibe.

It was shown on FOX, but was shown at like 9 PM on Friday nights, a time where there aren't a lot of eyeballs on FOX. To aggravate matters, the original airing was not in the correct order (https://firefly.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Firefly_episodes) and the show was promoted as an action comedy instead of a more serious character study with comic relief. There was some seriously heavy stuff planned for later in the series before it was cancelled.

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I'm pretty sure they also moved the time slot around

They did! They also only aired 11 of the 14 episodes. It was a fantastic show that really never got a chance to live.

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Dude! Brisco County and Black Sheep are *GREAT* choices!

I loved Brisco County Jr before I knew who Bruce was.

I enjoyed Hung, Togetherness, and Crashing before they were canceled.

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I started watching Hung on Prime finished the third season and clicked next to continue on only the find out those assholes at HBO cancelled it

While I agree, I kinda like the way they're prolonging the series with the movies. I'm stupidly excited they announced a second one not too long ago.

Not that I expect anyone here to agree with me, but I've always thought that Sense8 on Netflix was amazing and I'm eternally disappointed that they cancelled the series. Damn you Netflix!

Agree!

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Did anyone else watch this show? It would probably be a bit too real these days though...

Forgot about his one. Excellent choice.

How I Met Your Mother
Prisonbreak

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How much more How I Met Your Mother could you want? The storylines had already been stretched to the point that the conclusion was a struggle.

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I mean, I think this kind of depends on your interpretation of the question.
I really liked the show and could always go for more of its humor and characters.
I'm not asking for better/different conclusions, I just want more of it is all.

Kind of sparked a different question in my head, but I think as I'm saying I wanted more I'd actually want more in the middle of the current series, just so it's longer. I don't know if I'd necessarily enjoy more just tacked onto the end like some of the shows on this thread would require due to discontinuation.

Takes the "one more season" from the question slightly out of context, but just a thought.

I guess my perspective is that I finished the series partially because there was a light at the end of the tunnel before it had gotten too stale. If you added another season, would the show just end up with an additional stale season before they got to the conclusion? If so, I might have given up on it like I did with Homeland, Weeds, and House.

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I would hope it would be done with some of the better writing that the show saw.
Agreed that if it was just a season of filler it wouldn't be worth it.

Is anybody on here arguing that an additional season of the shows lesser quality material is what they're looking for?

I suppose it depends on how you want to interpret the purpose of the thread but if it's mostly about adding another season to your favorite show, why not just ask what everybody's favorite show is? Since that discussion has been had a few times before, it seemed like an interesting twist as there are certain shows that would particularly benefit from being revived for 1 season. All I'm saying is I don't personally see how HIMYM could be anywhere on that list.

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1999-2011 VT football.

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The Wonder Years considering the show ended after Kevin's Junior year. We deserved to see them all graduate!

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As sick as this is...my 16 year old self would like to see Beavis and Butt-head in this day and age...

My personal pick is Bloodline on Netflix. They had to wrap up the show in the 3rd season because of some tax laws in Florida, so it was rushed as hell and I am sure it would have been more interesting to go down the rabbit whole they were on.

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That show was so great. I just watched a highlight real on Youtube the other day.

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battle bots is back, so i need mxc back too

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Battle Bots ruled too!

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Indeed

When I saw your comment, I didn't pay attention to which show you were replying to and immediately thought StarGate SG1. I read "Indeed" in Teal'c's voice.

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Justified. Best all time for us here at the fish house.

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Justified is one of the best TV shows I've ever seen, but I think it's that way in part because it ended before it got stale. I wouldn't change a thing about that one. Although I have to admit it would have been entertaining as hell seeing Raylan break bad and team up with Boyd.....

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I will agree that it ended before it got stale, but it just kept getting better every year so I'm still not willing to say it couldn't have stayed good. I will also have to admit that I was so invested in the show that I literally shed a tear at the ending with Boyd and Raylan's conversation and the words "Because we dug coal." Damn, that was good TV.

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Dexter: because I need a better ending than that shit filled diaper they rolled out

GoT: Read above

Sons of Anarchy: and not the awful Mayans remake they tried to pass off

(Side note and I will die on this hill; The Office is not remotely funny and is inferior to Parks and Rec in every way)

I loved Sons of Anarchy. I also liked the first season of Mayans. Looking forward to where they head with it.

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Imagine a season where they focus on an adult Able and his story with SAMCRO. Definitely Agree that Mayans was bad compared to SOA.

I'd like to see a First 9 prequel myself

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I'm not sure how I feel about bringing it back, but there are times that I think it would be pretty cool to watch "House" again. I know that it's the same damn thing over and over again, but some of the character dynamics were really good and he's such a master of sarcasm, smart-assery, and cynicism.

Also, I don't know if anyone remembers "Over There," but I enjoyed that while it lasted.

More Friday Night Lights. They could have done the show in Philly when he moved!

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Great show. I would interested to see what they came up with.

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Stargate: Universe got done dirty and needs to continue, dammit.

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This gets my vote simply for where they left it Who survives the jump? How long does it take?

I would have voted Deadwood if HBO hadnt just releasdd the ten years later movie to close it out.

In no particular order:
- M.A.S.H. Unfortunately, Alan Alda is too old now, but a reboot with Hawkeye running a CSH in one of the modern theaters would be must watch TV.

- In a vacuum, The Cosby Show. Obviously, he's a terrible person, but that was a great show.

- GoT with all of the time, budget, and writing they want/need.

- Quantum Leap. It wasn't always the best, but it was always entertaining and interesting.

- I stopped watching Designated Survivor in season 2 because it became just another political drama. I don't know if things changed, but if that show continued more like the first season, I would be all over it.

- Speaking of political dramas, West Wing. It's been mentioned, but that show was good enough for a second mention.

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- In a vacuum, The Cosby Show. Obviously, he's a terrible person, but that was a great show.

I'm a big Cosby Show fan, but it was getting kinda stale towards the end and Olivia was getting annoying. I really liked when they focused on Pam and her friends..."Where you gonna keep a fleet of trucks in the projects, brotha?" LOL..

Now that you mention it, I had the older seasons in mind. You're right though, it was all down hill after Olivia showed up.

If you play it, they will win.

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Designated Survior became so repetitive. President has a problem, things go down to the wire, mostly success, slight blow back, repeat.

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- GoT with all of the time, budget, and writing they want/need.

The problem is that they had all the time and budget. HBO basically gave them a blank check, the showrunners just said they were done with the show. I can't really blame them because they had to basically come up with the last two books since Martin is too busy being a celebrity. Factor in the flack they received for some of their story ideas I'd probably want out too.

Another season or two wouldn't have really changed anything.

Factor in that they had just signed a fat contract to work on the next star wars trilogy, and that they were tired of shooting in remote places for a decade.

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I don't think my Simpsons joke hit the target as intended, but my real submissions would be Freaks and Geeks and Scorpion.

Freaks and Geeks is fantastic and it's amazing how practically all the actors on the show went on to have great careers.

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For sure. Even the one who didn't turn into A Listers are having really great careers. My favorite, Bill Haverchuck (Martin Starr) has been in everything!

I would have said Twin Peaks, but then they literally did exactly what this thread was about in 2017.

As for my next choice, probably Mad Men just because I enjoyed watching it so much. I think they ended it well, and may be risking passing that "too long" threshold, but I'd love to spend more time with those characters.

Futurama is another choice, deeply underrated show in my opinion.

Actually ignore everything I've said above, the real answer is Red Oaks. I would have LOVED to have another season (or multiple season) of Red Oaks.

I can't pick just one.

Deadwood
The Wire
X-Files (If it was a for real season)
Dexter
East Bound and Down
Punisher/Daredevil/The Defenders

Lovesick, even though it's not been officially cancelled, they've come out and said it's doubtful they'll do another season.

Also, Scrubs. But not when they tried to reboot it with a new class, bring back Carla and Elliot.

Firefly (of course)

Dollhouse

Travelers - this one you could even do with an entirely new cast and not break continuity in any way. Though I feel like the end of season three was a good one.

I would be all about another season of Travelers. I watched the first two seasons right before the third season was released because my wife had said it was really good. Got really into it just in time to learn it was about to be over.

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Does Sherlock count? If so Sherlock is my answer. I know Cumberbatch and Freeman have said they're open to doing more and the producers have said it's not dead they're just focusing more on Dracula 4 years between the seasons has been killing me.

How did I forget Sherlock?

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Just started watching Sherlock earlier this week!

Meet the Riches was also a really interesting show that didn't get a fighting chance. Frank's Place, from the way back days, was also a great show that just didn't find an audience.

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I would also be v interested in more Planet Earth, and also v interested in more Top Gear (the real one)

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Earth 2 remake?

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Don't a couple of religions believe this is Earth: Season 2?

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Along this same vein (and block of programming)

SeaQuest DSV

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Why no love for Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad ended perfectly, there is no reason to bring it back. Plus they have some sort of a movie coming as well.

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Downton Abbey...I can't wait for the movie this fall!

Is it morally wrong to say Chernobyl?

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I would've liked a few more episodes in the series and although I wouldn't expect it to be as compelling without the Soviet cover-up aspect, I'd like to know more about what happened at Fukushima.

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Kind of an old and obscure pull here, but I loved this show and am still pissed that it only lasted one season.

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Game of thrones but after books are released

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M*A*S*H 4077 - the twilight years

At this point it would be M*A*S*H 4077 beyond the twilight years-- Follow Hawkeye, Radar, Hot Lips, B.J. and Klinger as they reminisce the Hell of War (although Hawkeye would argue that "War is War and Hell is Hell and of the 2 he would choose Hell") and those they have lost. The Swamp and OR are replaced by an old folks' home and a hospital--with lots of flashbacks.

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Druckenmiller the shotgun snap, fakes short, fires it deep into the end zone it is....caught! It is caught for a touchdown by Jermaine Holmes with 47 seconds left!

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Have I watched a lot of L&O:SVU?

If you play it, they will win.

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Alex Cabot of those two but both Abbie Carmichael(Angie Harmon) and Connie Rubirosa (Alana de la Garza) beat them both out in my opinion.

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Daredevil

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- Blue Mountain State ( the movie was trash and didn't live up to the show's greatness)
- The Shield - This was by far my favorite cop show on TV when it was on
- The League - Bring back Raffi!

What a savings

Dream On from HBO. Martin Tupper is a personal hero.

Five star get after it 100 percent Juice Key-Playing. MAN

Not sure if this canceled yet, but this needs to come to the states ASAP:

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