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This was still the best thing I've seen on TV in years, and ABC was dumb enough to put it against NBC and CBS' Thursday night powerhouses. I doubt anyone associated with the show reads these, but if they do, I loved Push, Nevada... and I haven't seen anything like it since... The casting was superb, the story was intriguing.
The only huge letdown was the way they had to end it when it was canceled.
I hope someone who had anything to do with this takes some pride in these comments
Mike O Brooomfield, CO
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