Remember the good old days before political campaigns, collapsing economies and equal rights movements overtook our brains? I mean, things were shitty then, too, but at least we had the good sense to ignore our problems and leave them to future generations, blissfully unaware that we were that “future generation”.
Well, it’s Friday and we all need a break, so to remind us of live in the good old days, here’s a little blind item fun from sister site Mollygood:
Which TV drama series is going to go off the air without wrapping storyline or telling the viewers? The network is pretending that everything is fine. The stars continue to smile, and the network continues to promote the show. However, the schedule has been shuffled and show’s writers have been told to clear out their offices.
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Lipstick Jungle, My Own Worst Enemy…
Or possibly it could be Pushing Daisies….but thats a Comedy I would think.
Yeah, that’s a comedy + I would jump off of something if they cancelled that show.
Not something high, but still. Just for dramatic effect.
actually I heard recently that they are in the process of cancelling Pushing Daisies as well… which sucks because it’s a fantastic, smart show.
@fredo777: Yup, they are both gone. No surprise here!
i’m so sad about Pushing Daisies. i love that show so much… SO MUCH. why do all the good shows have such a short life when all this “reality” crap is on for years?
Because the reality shows are way cheaper to produce than scripted shows and get a larger audience.
‘easy money’ just got shut down….
Reminds me of Arrested Development’s network demise.
Well, I want to cry. TV Week says Pushing Daisies is already dead – we just don’t know it yet.
there you go being reasonable! 🙁
That’s one of my favorite shows…ever.
So quirky + oddball. Plus, Ned the Piemaker (Lee Pace) is adorable.
This sucks. And not in the good way.
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