Which show’s cancellation still haunts your heart?
Earlier this week, news broke that DC was showing Titans and Doom Patrol were at the same time canceled midway through their respective fourth seasons. These two shows were the last rejections from DC Universe App who later jumped over the ship on HBO Max and become 2010 live performance era DC Comics screenings phase out ahead of new DC Films co-head James Gunn presents a new list of shows and films that will be more interconnected.
TV shows get canceled all the time and for a variety of reasons, but it does seem like the numbers have gone up. over the past five to six years. Sometimes the show that seemed how does he have pretty secure network gets up and gets it, other times there’s a show that suddenly loses its momentum before it can get good speed. In any case, it’s not particularly great feeling, especially for shows that don’t really hit their stride until the second season. (Which, frankly, is still quite a few.) And what’s even more frustrating is the recent trend shows receipt canceled after they were previously guaranteed multiple seasons by network or streamer to save money.
The shows may pass, but our bitterness over their unfair endings certainly won’t go away. We all have a show or two that we wish it had been a little longer and didn’t have its own jam. pulled out. There are still people who are bitter about the old series, for example Glowworm or The Sarah Connor Chronicles, or more recent cancellations such as Shine. Let us know in the comments below which TV shows have been canceled (half of them, probably Netflix) which you still hold a grudge.
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