After the departure of Rube Sofer, a new head reaper named Cameron Kane takes over. He's a slick businessman who couldn't care less about helping the newly dead. Chaos ensues and brings out... See full summary »
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Portia de Rossi,
I am not someone who gets attached to TV shows very often or even watches much TV in general, but this show is so very original, and funny. I have been a fan since it first appeared on Showtime and also watch the DVDs often. It is truly a nice change from all the CSI/ Law and Order/ According to Jim etc... boloney we have been bulldozed by for the last few years. This show proves that there are at least some people out there that wish to watch something that requires more than half a brain cell and a bend towards creativity to appreciate. Unfortunately, the cancellation of "Dead Like Me" shows that those folks are a minority. At least within the group that subscribes to Showtime. I think Ellen Muth is both beautiful and charming. The characters played by Christine Willes, Cynthia Stevenson and Britt McKillip are also wonderfully interesting. Actually, the whole cast is a brilliant grouping. I am glad that HD and SciFi are showing past episodes, giving the opportunity to those outside the Showtime box to see it. I wish someone would bring it back and we would get a season 3.
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