While I have been somewhat in a creative rut recently for this particular blog, the recent full episode back orders and cancellations of many network shows this season, has had me thinking of late of a particular question that I would like to post to you all today, and delve into. Instead of me continuing to explain why non-American shows are just as important and enjoyable as American shows (I might shelve that series for a later date, I’m not sure…), I will instead ask you think revealing question? What happens when you favourite show is cancelled or ends?
Finale week just ended this past week, with around 70% or 75% of our beloved and well respected network TV shows broadcasting their finale episodes (either as a season or a series finale). While some endings were neat, tidy and seemingly perfect in case of a cancellation (take About a Boy’s season finale as a prime example), others had cliffhanger ones, in anticipation of a new season (some shows sadly didn’t see it to next season, from shows like The Tomorrow People, Community and Revolution, to Suburgatory, Growing Up Fisher, Trophy Wife and Almost Human).