DUH..Here's The Link For The 2008-2009 Fall TV Preview Discussion That I Posted
August 28, 2008 11:52am CST
Sorry...I forgot to give you the links on this discussion: http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/1674599.aspx I guess I'm having an off day today Anywho, here are the links: http://wwww.tvguide.com/special/fall-preview-2008/fall-schedule.aspx Here's the fall premiere calendar: http://www.tvguide.com/special/fall-preview-2008/calendar.aspx
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29 Aug 08
Thank you so much a nd please think nothing of your "off day"! These days I tend to be more "off" than "on"...lol! I've been wondering when all my favorite shows would be coming back on especially since it seemed like we were really gypped out of a complete season last year due to the strike. I agreed with the writers and I'm very pleased they got most of what they wanted but that doesn't change the fact that we didn't get what we wanted from last season in many of the top series, many of the main story-lines got condensed or rushed through and made little sense. It's really a shame because I was so looking forward to where the Presidential campaign by Robert McAllister was going to go on Brothers & Sisters but due to time constraints they were unable to do anything other than just nip it in the bud and explain he'd lost. That's just one example of many. The one that really tears me up and pi$$es me off is October Road! I know if it hadn't been for the strike it wouldn't have been canceled but as it is they dropped it and left everything up in the air. I keep hoping they change their mind at some point and bring it back in the winter time after most of the new shows have bit the dust. Annie
29 Aug 08
LOL...Thanks for understanding I know, I'm really glad that the writers got what they wanted but I hated that the TV season was shortened because of it. They took Heroes off after only three episodes and that really bites... I know what you mean about October Road. They left us hanging with the ending and I really wanted to see what happened with the characters. The sad thing is that these days they barely let new shows run long enough for people to get into them before they decide to take them off. For instance, I loved the show "Ruaway" with Donnie Whalberg the season before last and they took it off after showing only about 4 or 5 episodes. They didn't even give people a chance to get into the show or even know what it was before they took it off. It's really ridiculous how they run things these days... Thanks so much for your comment and thanks again for understanding about my off day today!!!