Tracks the investigation of a string of mysterious deaths and disappearances surrounding the show-within-a-show.
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Tracks the investigation of a string of mysterious deaths and disappearances surrounding the show-within-a-show.

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12 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Cancelled during the first season after airing a mere 14 episodes. See more »

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Meadow: Well, hey! These things just snap right off!
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This Show SUCKS!
6 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

I always like to give a new show a chance and was really looking forward to the premier. But I couldn't make it past the second episode. This show is so convoluted and hard to follow. The premise sounded good but it was stupid and confusing. I was really disappointed. I love Matthew Davis and hate that he probably left Vampire Diaries to be a part of this show. I also love Robert Knepper and thought he was great in Heroes. He really pulled that role off wonderfully and added a great dimension to the show. But even with two great actors, they couldn't hold this together for me. I think it failed miserably! I really wanted to like the show and hated that I thought it was bad. I will be very surprised if it makes it to a second season.


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