Friday, November 28, 2008

Moonlight tops Comcast's list of Best Canceled Shows


Comcast has posted their 25 picks for "Best Canceled Shows." Can you guess which tv series is number one on that list? That's right..... Moonlight!

A few of the other television programs on Comcast's list include Jason Dohring's old home Veronica Mars, Arrested Development, Jericho, Freaks and Geeks, Gilmore Girls, Deadwood, Journeyman, Eyes, Kolchak : The Night Stalker, and two of my personal faves ~ My So-Called Life & Firefly.


Best Canceled Shows

#1 ~ Moonlight

Hot vampires. What's not to love? Fans sure loved star Alex O'Loughlin but it wasn't enough for CBS to bring "Moonlight" back for a second season. (Photo: CBS)

http://www.comcast.net/slideshow/tv-bestcanceledshows/

4 comments:

MichaelC2B said...

This is great news - Comcast did get it right! Moonlight is the best show that was ever on TV, and the cancellation still just blows my mind. I am still praying for a miracle and I continue to write to anyone and everyone to ask for "more Moonlight, please!" Hey, stranger things have happened, like the cancellation! Thanks for the news, your page is great, as always - and Happy Holidays. Best Wishes,
MichaelC2B

Anonymous said...

We need one page for all fans around the world to sign one petition to bring back MOONLIGHT. There are to lot of petitions in web. The link must distribute in all fanpages and communities around the world.
(Sorry for my bad english, I'm german)

Anonymous said...

Everyone but the losers at the crap broadcasting system knew what a wonderful show they had in Moonlight. Did anyone catch the vampire episode of Southpark? VAMPIRE'S ARE EVERYWHERE! Everywhere BUT the crap broadcasting system that is.........

Chris said...

I just found out that the show is canceled (Europe is always a little behind with American tv shows). I am so saddened. Every time there is a new show that I really love, it gets canceled. Just like last year with journeyman. There is so much crap on tv, that I really don't understand how they choose what show to continue and what to cancel. Sometimes it's like they just throw dices to make the choice for them or something.
Anyway, my country only makes shitty shows, so I guess I am gonna have to weight for the next great show from the US to come this way... and then be sad again as it gets canceled after one season...