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  • Craig Reade
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    That really can be the only reason.

    I mean, I guess the fact that Netflix greenlights anything with more than 12 viewers might have had something to do with it. Nah - can't be it.

    We need a new poll anyway.

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  • Blake M. Petit
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    It's been a few months, and both Lucifer and Designated Survivor have been saved by Netflix.

    I'm not saying it's BECAUSE of us, but it's clearly because of us.

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  • estee_tabernac
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    Hannibal!

    Best damn show I've seen in a long time.

    I need to see what they do with Clarice Starling.

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  • HarleyQuinn
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    If they're gonna steal Lucifer from me I'd at least love to see him cameo in Legends. Something brings the team to a point where at least there's a scene where he and Constantine acknowledge each other like.... I know who you arrrrrrrrrre

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  • Craig Reade
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    Hell, neither did I. I might read those, actually - new books are always easier to fit in the schedule for me.

    As far as GoT goes - I think people are better off just watching the show. Not only is he probably never going to finish writing the series, if I am honest - they aren't very good anymore. He is in desperate need of a strong editor as an author.

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  • Blake M. Petit
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    I didn't even know the Expanse was based on a book series...

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  • Scotto Williams
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    PS is anybody out there jonesing for another season of The Middle? Wasn't that show on for like 8 years?

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  • Scotto Williams
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    I keep hearing lots of good about the show and books of the Expanse. Like GoT I don't know that I will hav enough time in my life to read the full books, but maybe the show!

    I'd save Last Man on Earth, tentatively... I haven't watched the most recent season and by the end of S3 I seem to recall feeling like they were running out of gas (literally and metaphorically har har) but I'm watching it with my GF now and we could use a little extra!

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  • Craig Reade
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    I think I am in exactly the same boat as you. That was always one I meant to check out, but just never got around to. If it was good enough for Amazon to pick it up, maybe it is worth a shot.

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  • Blake M. Petit
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    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/li...amazon-1113803

    Good news for fans of The Expanse. I don't remember ever even hearing about that show until it was cancelled, then I thought, "sounds interesting, but should I bother watching it since it's apparently been cut short"? Now, maybe I'll give it a chance.

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  • Craig Reade
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    Boo-urns.
    10 characters

  • Walt Kneeland
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    Off the top of my head, I'd bring back the 2003 iteration of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Skip the "Fast Forward" and "Back to the Sewer" stuff, and get back (somehow) to the heart of the earlier seasons.

    Alternatively, take that visual animation style and the voice cast (where applicable) and adapt the IDW continuity as a new show moving forward. I feel like IDW has managed to take so much from all different versions of the TMNT story and develop a workable, singular continuity that incorporates elements from all.

    I'd also love to see new Highlander: The Series stuff, preferably with Adrian Paul/Duncan MacLeod (or if a recast would be involved, I could see Jason Frank of Power Rangers fame being an interesting Duncan recast).

    Another would be Homicide: Life on the Street. We already got to follow Det. Munch for 15 years post-Baltimore Homicide; but something filling in the gap with the other characters, even with the events of the tv movie.

    Firefly would be another for me; whatever real-world impracticalities.

    On Lucifer, I don't remember if I even finished the second season due to a family health crisis last year, and so I never started the third season (though I think I have it all on the DVR). I haven't read the comics, but found the tv show to be quite good/interesting, and am sad to see the show go. Perhaps it'll find new life in another way; at the LEAST I would hope we'd get some Constantine-like cameos and such rather than it simply cease.

    I'm sure I could think of plenty of others, but that's what I've got for now. (also allowing that Craig doesn't kick me out for my crack above...)

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  • Walt Kneeland
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    Originally posted by Craig Reade View Post
    I don't know... maybe uncomfortable with "L" being so close to the top of an alphabetized list?

    Needing sleep makes one weak!
    So does seven days... :-)

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  • WhereIsTony
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    I didn't realize you could pick more than one. I thought Inhumans was fixable, and overly panned, but if I had to pick one show to save it would be "Last Man On Earth"

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  • Craig Reade
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    I don't know... maybe uncomfortable with "L" being so close to the top of an alphabetized list?

    Needing sleep makes one weak!

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