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Yet again another program, that I like, deleted without much of a chance given to gain an audience. Big surprise. Why don't we just put on massive amounts of "reality?" and other totally useless garbage shows, instead of nurturing the kind of "acting" series that might make us think once in awhile. Oh, I forgot, that's what they're trying to do now. My mistake. So many decently written and acted series have fallen by the wayside in the past years, to be replaced by these other mindless exploitation shows. It's really a shame. I guess as long as there are people wanting to see these other types, good shows like "the forgotten","Jericho", etc., don't stand a chance. Thank goodness for rentals, I guess.
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