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EYES---how bad is it when good shows get canceled?
This show was fun and utilized the great on-screen personality of Tim Daly. It was fun and entertaining with a bit of angst that made you want to tune in the following week--and then it was gone.
Maybe just maybe, networks need to give ensemble pieces that appear to have chemistry but need time to get to the public--the chance to do just that. The cost of the pilot and the first shows should at least make it financially prudent to show all of the shows in the can.
This one is gone-----but maybe next time the same mistake won't be made. And maybe, someone will find a vehicle for the multi-talented Mr. Daly.
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