As the Threshold team tracks down the source of an infection and another member succumbs to it, the team chaffs under the pressure of their jobs. It becomes clear that Threshold will have to expand ...
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Although only having had a 13 episode order, the producers had begun planning a 14th episode in case CBS decided to pick it up. CBS cancelled the series after 10 episodes and the 14th, called "Head Trip", never made it past paper. See more »
CBS has canceled Threshold, the best new show of the 2005 fall season. Surface, and Invasion totally sucked compared to Threshold, yet Viacom/CBS decided to can it, just like they did with Star Trek: Enterprise, and Joan of Arcadia. So lame. There's a built-in audience with a well-written sci-fi show. There must be something wrong with their rating system. Whoever they rely on to collect data about how many viewers they have must not be sampling from the right demographic. But of course Ghost Whisperer is an awesome show, right? Cause Jennifer Love Hewitt's last show worked so well... remember Matchmaker? No, of course not, who does?
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