With ABC cancelling Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue recently, we decided to look back on other TV series that were cancelled too soon.
(1 season, 22 episodes, ended in 2012)
Sarah Michelle Geller plays a pair of twin sisters who are complete opposites. There’s Bridget, a recovering drug addict and stripper, and her wealthy sister Siobhan. The pilot shows them getting reacquainted, when Bridget wakes up to find her sister gone, under the impression she committed suicide she decides to become Siobhan. Bridget’s life soon becomes more complicated as she discovers the darker side of Siobhan’s life and that someone is trying to kill her sister.
The drama was filled with action and suspense and driven by sordid plot twists. Despite being nominating for a ton of awards and winning half of them, Ringer was cancelled due to decline in ratings after a three-month hiatus.
9. Twin Peaks
(2 seasons, 30 episodes, »
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